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Scott David Packard

May 19, 1962 — October 8, 2022

Jefferson City, Missouri

Scott David Packard, 60, of Jefferson City, passed away Saturday, October 8, 2022, at Primrose Assisted Living.

He was born May 19, 1962, in Elgin, Illinois, the son of Robert Bruce and Lucille Violet (Bahr) Packard.

While living in Madison, Wisconsin with his parents, Scott worked in special workshops for the disabled and spent 17 years working for Bed Bath & Beyond.  Scott was a huge MU Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals fan.  He always wanted to wear Tiger or Cardinal apparel.  In his younger years, he participated in the Special Olympics.  He also participated in a bowling league.  After he and his mother moved to Jefferson City to be closer to Steve and his wife Kim, Scott loved to go to Mel’s Cafe for dinner where they always made him feel so special.

Survivors include his mother, Lucille “Lu” Packard, Jefferson City; his brother, Steve (Kim) Packard, Jefferson City; as well as two nieces and two nephews, Rachael (Colton) Rhodes, Hannah Packard (fiancé Andrew Carlson), Andrew Buchheim, and Matthew Buchheim.

He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Packard.

A graveside service will be held at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are suggested to the Special Olympics of Missouri (cards and donations mailed to Trimble Funeral Homes, 3210 North Ten Mile Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109).

Services entrusted to Trimble Funeral Homes – Jefferson City.

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