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Scott Gordon Hawkins

March 26, 1990 — April 5, 2024


MISSOULA ~ Scott Gordon Hawkins, 34, of Missoula Montana passed away on Friday April 5, 2024 at St. Patrick’s Hospital, of a work-related injury. 

He was born March 26th 1990 in Missoula Montana, to Edward S. Hawkins and Rayna E. Hawkins/Stanley. He was the first born out of three siblings. As a kid he loved sports, hunting, fishing, hiking, and all outdoor adventures. He was raised in Frenchtown, and attended Frenchtown School. He participated in Football, Basketball, Wrestling, and Rugby.  After Highschool he joined the Army. He graduated out of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, he was in the 14th Military Police brigade, 787th battalion Delta “dawgs looking for a bone”.  He was stationed in Fort Drum, New York.  He served overseas in Afghanistan for 13 months. After 5 years of service, he returned home. He followed in the family trade of working with metal, where he joined the local 14 family of Iron Workers. He was very passionate and loved his job working with his hands. He exceled quickly and became a Journeyman; he became a Foreman on several jobs. He also made sure to always stay in shape so he could wrestle with his nieces and nephews and out hike everyone on his hunts so nobody could find his honey holes. He was passionate about many things in life including his skills at making log furniture, working out, riding 4 wheelers, camping, hunting, shed hunting, bowling, softball, and spending time with his family around a fire. 

He was married and divorced, later finding his soulmate Racquel Harrell. He met her through his mother. After several years together he proposed to her January 1st, 2023. They were to be wed on June 15th, 2024. They found so much love in each other. They shared many passions, including the outdoors. 

As a loving son, brother, and uncle, he always made time to spend with everyone doing anything and everything. 

He was preceded in death by Papa Edward C. Hawkins, Papa Jerry G. Bland, Grandma Sue L. Ballas, along with many others. 

Survivors include his: Grandparents: Grandma Shelia and Papa Larry, and Papa Jack.  Parents: Edward and Linda Hawkins, and Rayna and Frank Stanley.  Siblings: Jon and Amber Hawkins, LaCee and Blayne Amoth, Justin and Ceara Zuraff, Jordan Zuraff (Holly Martell), Nicole Zuraff (Brock Stewart), Jennifer Stanley, and Jason Stanely.  Nieces and Nephews: Addyson and Noah Hawkins, Korey and Klyde Amoth, Lylah Zuraff, Trumaine Wilson, Samantha Jeide and Gwendolyn and Brady Wilson (Great Niece Echo Wilson).  Numerous Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.  Fiancé: Racquel Harrell.  His fur babies: Trigger and Harvey.

His service is on Friday, April 12, 2024 at 11 am. It will be held at Sunset Memorial Funeral Home in Missoula. Burial with military honors provided by the United States Army, Missoula VFW Post 209 and the Missoula American Legion.  There will be a reception immediately following at the funeral home. 

Pallbearers: Edward Hawkins, Jon Hawkins, Justin Zuraff, Jordan Zuraff, Blayne Amoth, Ryan Weyer, James Hintz, and Matt Wagner

Honorary Pallbearers: Taylor Hawkins, Eddie Hawkins, and Frank Stanely

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Friday, April 12, 2024

11:00am - 12:00 pm (Mountain time)

Sunset Cemetery Funeral Home and Crematory

7405 Mullan Road, Missoula, MT 59808

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Friday, April 12, 2024

12:00 - 12:30 pm (Mountain time)

Sunset Memorial Gardens

7405 Mullan Rd, Missoula, MT 59808

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