A good ol’ cowboy, put on his boots, lit his last cigarette, got on his Harley, and rode ahead into the sunset. Leaving behind his wife Melia Sharp Atkin; five children Tawsha (Justin) Guthrie, Brianne (Nathan) Singh, Kiesha (Cade) Harper, Shayan Atkin, Shayden (William Criddle) Atkin and twelve grandkids; His parents George Cross and Elma Wheeler Akin and his four brothers Cleve, Dee, Blake and Elden Atkin.Scott was Born November 14, 1951 in Logan, UT and passed away peacefully March 17, 2017 in Tremonton UT.Scott had a God given talent for detailed works of leather, painting, and vinyl, many of which can still be seen around town today.Scott was not a traditional man, and in his spirit we will have a FUN-eral. Please come share your memories, any Scott-isms, and a laugh or two. “It’s been one hell of a ride”.A Gathering will be held Thursday, March 23, 2017 from 6:00-8:00p.m. at the Tremonton Senior Center 510 West 1000 North, Tremonton, UT.