Scott Edwin McCann\n\nScott Edwin McCann passed away suddenly at his Roy home on Saturday,\nDecember 23, 2023 at age 56. He is survived by his parents, John and Bonnie\nMcCann, his beloved children, Joshua (Meranda) McCann, Kiley McCann, Daxton\nMcCann, his siblings, Shelley Stratton, Trisha (Troy) Larsen, Tiffany (Chad) Nicholls,\nhis beautiful granddaughters, Emberlee McCann and Kiana Law, and his girlfriend,\nDenice Gordon. Although Scott didn’t have any biological brothers, he adopted\nseveral close friends as his own.\nScott was born on December 29, 1966 in Garland, Utah. His family moved from\nGarland to Sunset in 1968, then in 1979 they moved to their current home in\nNorth Ogden.\nScott spent his childhood summers at the family ranch in Dairy Creek, Idaho\nwhere he learned to love the outdoors as well as camping, hunting and fishing. He\nenjoyed being in the Boy Scouts and loved his friends he grew up with in Sunset\nand North Ogden, Utah.\nHe attended Sunset Elementary and Junior High, then to North Ogden Junior High\nand Weber High School where he received his diploma. He enjoyed wrestling,\nbaseball and track at Weber High School. He loved all kinds of sports and\nactivities like waterskiing, snow skiing and golf besides his great love of all kinds of\nhunting and fishing.\nScott married Barbara Jimerson on January 1, 1986. Together they had his oldest\nson Joshua Matthew McCann. They were divorced in 1987.\nScott later married Heidi Checketts on November 30, 1991. Together they have\ntwo children; Kiley Sue McCann and Daxton Scott McCann. Scott and Heidi had a\nhome in Harrisville and later on built their home in North Ogden. Scott and Heidi\nwere later divorced in 2006.\nScott was known for his hard work, deep love of sports and the outdoors. He and\nhis dad plus lots of other family and friends built his former home near Ben\nLomond Peak. He was willing to share his knowledge and lend a helping hand to\nanyone who needed it. He was never afraid of hard work, a man of his word and\nalways did his best to improve his life and those around him.\n\nAfter he graduated from high school, he worked at Big O Tires where he became a\nstore manager before he began his long-term career with Kimberly-Clark where\nhe worked hard all the way up to a management position. He then began his\ncareer with Northrop Grumman where he loved learning new skills and being\nchallenged. Most recently he was also doing contractual work and project\nmanagement work again for Kimberly-Clark which afforded him the opportunity\nto spend time with his oldest son Josh and his family in Texas.\nScott’s love for the outdoors was evident in everything he did. He loved spending\nholidays with his family and friends. He enjoyed camping, hunting, fishing, ATV\nriding and water sports. Scott was truly a master fisherman and enjoyed his many\ntrips to Alaska fishing for salmon and halibut. He was always an all-around\nsportsman and hunter, and would hunt with archery, rifle or muzzleloader as\noften as he could.\nHe took great pride in his hunting and stalking skills such as his ability to call in an\nelk from thousands of yards away with just his voice. Most of the time he was\nable to hit his target which was an accomplishment acquired from his many hours\nhunting ground squirrels on the ranch. His love of the outdoors has been passed\non to his children. We will always think of Scott when we are in the mountains,\naround a campfire, riding ATVs, fishing, hunting or anywhere you can just enjoy\nthe outdoors.\nHis greatest joy came from being with family and close friends with all his outdoor\nactivities. He loved all the time spent at St. John, Dairy Creek or\nSourdough around the campfire watching sunrises and sunsets plus enjoying any\nactivities his family and friends were involved in.\nWe miss him so much already and can’t imagine how we are going to live life\nwithout him but we know he is in a better place and hope he can watch over us\nfrom above. We cherish the time we were privileged to spend with Scott and will\nnever forget his great influence on our lives. Love and miss you forever Scott!\nScott expressed his wishes to his family to be cremated. In honor of Scott’s wishes\nhis ashes will be buried at the family plot in Malad, Idaho plus some ashes will be\nspread at the family ranch on Old Smokey at a later time.\n\nHis funeral services will be held on January 5, 2024 at the North Ogden 12th Ward,\n1791 N 600 E, North Ogden. Visitation will be held from 10-10:45am with the\nfuneral commencing at 11:00am. Friends and family can attend the funeral in\nperson or watch virtually through the Provident Funeral Home website.