Scott Rye Obituary, Death – On August 18, 1974, Scott Rye was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, to his parents, Henry (Rusty) and Kathy Rye. He received his diploma from Hirschi High School in the year 1992. While he was a student at Midwestern State University, he became engaged to his future wife, Brandi. Scott earned his degree in Sociology in 2008 and graduated. Because assisting problematic families was one of Scott’s greatest interests, he found work in the Department of Child Protective Services.
However, he discovered his calling working for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at James V. Allred, where he finally rose through the ranks to become the head of supply for the unit. In Allred, he was able to find a true work family and make friends for the rest of his life.
Young fatherhood came early for Scott in the form of his son Dylan. He invariably stated that they had done so together. Up until the day he wed Brandi on June 4, 2004, he was a proud single parent who had raised Dylan all by himself. They had finally become a family of three. For a number of years, Scott and Brandi struggled with infertility.
However, in 2015, they made the decision to become foster parents. They did foster care for four lovely children, all of whom they will always love. After that, in the year 2016, they prayed to be able to have more children and give Dylan a sibling, and Emma was the answer to their desire. Through the adoption of Vincent and Thomas, their family was able to continue expanding. The one thing that Scott is most proud of is being a loving and devoted husband, father, and PopPop.
This was his single greatest accomplishment. His wife and children were the center of his entire world. Scott was an art lover. He had a lot of imagination and was passionate about drawing and painting. He was a huge fan of superheroes, comic novels, and video games. He acknowledged his status as a nerd. He read a lot and he and his wife enjoyed having conversations about books and authors.
He cherished his ties to his large family. The Rye Clan is a loving and supportive familial unit that is closely tied together. In addition to this, he had a very strong relationship with his spouse’s parents. He doted on each and every one of his nieces and nephews.
Scott is survived by his wife, Brandi; his son Dylan and wife Kaylan Rye; his sons Vincent and Thomas Rye; his daughter Emma Rye; his three grandchildren Jase, Micah, and Lily Rye; his parents Rusty and Kathy Rye; his parents-in-law Douglas and Tobie Beavers; his brother Eric and wife Gayla Rye; his sister Jackie Rye; his brother-in-law Tom and wife Melissa Beavers; and a large number of nieces.