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Richard “Scott” Tullos
Richard “Scott” Tullos was born on August 17, 1976 in Houston, TX. He passed away on November 1, 2022 in Richardson, Texas. Scott proudly served 4 years in the United States Army as a SPC 4 Combat Engineer where he received several Ribbons and Commendations. He also served in the Army Reserve and he was a member of the American Legion #321 in Plano, TX where he held the office of Adjutant. In recent years, Scott chose to pursue a college degree and became an accountant which he was extremely good at. He loved his family and was most proud of his fiancé, Jenn. They were engaged and were planning to be married in March, 2023. Scott was an avid reader, and enjoyed hunting, fishing and cheering on his favorite college football team, The University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide.  He was a great cook, whether in the kitchen or in front of a grill he loved cooking.  He loved to experiment with recipes and discovered that Jenn does too so together they enjoyed cooking and developing recipes which led to starting their catering company “The Weekly Special”. He was a friend to many people, the kind of friend that anyone would love to have. He had an infectious smile, a great sense of humor and loved to sing karaoke at his mother’s Funtime Karaoke shows along with his friends. Early on in life Scott became a Christian and it brings us great comfort knowing that he is with our Heavenly Father, celebrating with all those he loved who entered Heaven before him, and knowing we will one day reunite with him in our Eternal home. Scott was preceded in death by his father, Larry Tullos. He is survived by his Mother Susie Harroff, his Fiancé; Jenn Sapp, Sisters; Shelly Pfuhl, her husband Ryan, Lori McCaghren, her husband Jody, Nieces Lauren and Natalie McCaghren, Nephews; Alex Wakefield, his wife Erin and Daughter Reilly, Corbin Pfuhl and numerous family and friends in Mississippi and Texas along with his two beloved cats and two dogs. A private Military service will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022. A Memorial / Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2022 from 3pm – 7pm at the American Legion #321, in Plano. All who knew and loved Scott are Welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers the Family requests donations be made to: *Patriot Paws: providing service dogs to Veterans suffering with PTSD *When We Love: providing assistance to youth, single parent families and Veterans struggling with poverty and homelessness. Cremation arrangements by Lone Star Cremation.
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  1. I am very sorry to know about Scott’s passing. Scott and I were old friends and spent time together from 2003-2007. Scott was a great man and I was happy to know that he had finally found true love. My sincere condolences to his mom Susie, whom I have met many times as many of us met up for her karaoke shows. Scott lived with me for a brief period in 2006 when we dated. Even though he and I lost touch, I thought of Scott from time to time and never stopped caring for him. I know that Scott would want everyone who knew him to cherish each of our memories. Love for Scott will live on in each of our hearts.

  2. I just heard that Scott passed. I served with him in the Engineers in FT Lewis. Spent many a rainy and cold day and night with him in Yakama and Lewis. I’m so sorry to hear he’s gone. He was a friend even after the military. I will miss him greatly.
    SFC Zach Driscoll

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