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1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Scott Clayton Stegall

March 22, 1953 - March 2, 2023


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    Jay Nagle says

    So sorry to hear this news. I have wonderful memories of Scott at the theater and all those wonderful get togethers.My heart goes out to Casey and Lindsey.May you rest in peace.

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Scott Clayton Stegall of Memphis passed away on March 2, 2023 — a few weeks shy of his 70th birthday. He was born in Evansville, Indiana on March 22, 1953 to parents Stanley Stegall and Jean Leigon-Stegall, who both precede him in death. Upon graduation from Harrison High School in 1971, Scott spent several years serving in the U.S. Air Force and lived in various places around the country. He ultimately returned to southern Indiana to raise a family and pursue successful careers in the coal industry, before recently retiring from SABIC.

He was loud, boisterous and always enjoyed a good laugh. His larger than life personality is what many found so endearing. A talented handyman and “jack of all trades,” Scott enjoyed almost anything outdoors like boating, fishing and camping. He also loved being a grandparent and playing with his grandkids.

Scott was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Janice and great-nephew Izak. He most recently suffered the loss of his wife, Vicky Stegall, in 2020 to a long illness. Scott and Vicky were members of Lexington Presbyterian Church in Lexington, IN.

Scott is survived by his son, Casey Stegall, of Texas and daughter, Lindsey Bean, of Evansville, her husband Justin and their two children, Kaplan and Margaret. He’s also survived by his brothers, Mike Stegall and his wife Linda, as well as Russ Stegall and his wife Denise.

A memorial service to honor Scott Stegall’s life will be held at 1pm on Saturday March 18, 2023 at Garr Funeral Home in Sellersburg, IN. Visitation will begin at 11am. In lieu of flowers, the family asks people to kindly consider making a donation to the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Program (