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Scott Allan Matthys
July 17, 1981 - May 17, 2017

Place of Birth: Williston, North Dakota
Residence: Williston, North Dakota
Age: 35

Scott Allan Matthys, 35, of Williston, was called home to his heavenly Father on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. At the family’s request cremation. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home of Williston has been entrusted with arrangements.

Scott Allan was born in Williston, ND to James and Julie (Leinen) Matthys on July 17, 1981. He was raised in Williston where he graduated high school in 2000. He lived in Williston for a short time after graduation before moving to Fargo, ND. He worked various jobs from making pizzas to roofing houses and working at the Sugar Beet Plant in Moorhead, MN.

He enjoyed fishing with friends and especially with his brother, Ryan. He was a Nascar fan, with Dale Earnhardt, JR, #88 as his favorite. He was also a Minnesota Vikings and Twins fan. His favorite times of the year were always the first ice on the big lake with his friends and family and fall fishing the river. He also had great respect for his support group while fighting his addictions.

Scott is survived by his parents, Jim and Julie; brother, Ryan of Williston, ND; Grandparents, Richard and Henrietta Matthys of Wahpeton, ND; and grandmother Janice Leinen of Hankinson , ND; along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather Dennis Leinen and Uncle Ron Matthys.


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Kayla Park
May 17, 2017
My heart goes out to you all in your time of loss! I have many fond memories of growing up with Scott. My prayers are with you.
Lance Landers & family
May 18, 2017
Our most sincere condolences to the Matthys family. Remember all the good times and keep your memories close.
Sheila
May 18, 2017
So sorry for your loss. Remember that God never intended for us to die. But he has made loving arrangements to reunite us with our loved ones. John 5:28-29 says: Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. For more scriptural comfort, visit JW.org. This page would be a good place to start: https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/why-do-people-die/
Greg and Jill lunde
May 18, 2017
Words seem in adequate to express the loss of Scott you must be feeling, our hearts are with you. May loving memories bring you some comfort, peace and strength.
Lindsey Johnson (Williston)
May 19, 2017
RIP Scott. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends.
Brian Anderson (Williston , Nd)
May 20, 2017
I know words do no justice. Scott was one of my close friends. I have a lot of great memories with him. I worked with Scott at Pizza Hut and at PTI. He found it rather funny that he trained me at Pizza Hut and I was his trainer for PTI. I only recently met his mom and I know Scott talked about me a lot. I know I'm not family but Scott made me feel as if I was. I say this all with a very heavy heart and mind, I know the loss of a child and I can't put enough emotion into words for how he will be missed. Scott and I had plans too go fishing in a few weeks. I will keep those plans and throw one in just for him light up a smoke as I know he did and sit back for a minute. As our favorite joke at work" beam me up Scotty!"
Marcus Lynch
May 21, 2017
Back in the good old days on the Muddy!
Scott was an incredible person and even better friend. We did so many cool things together and logged probably well over a thousand hours fishing side by side! Many of my best life experiences were spent with this amazing person and I'll never forget and I know many others wont either!
Tim & Sherry Lynch (williston, nd)
May 22, 2017
Our sincere sympathies to the family. Scott was at our house & my ice house many times. He was a really good fisherman & an even better guy..
Peace Scott.
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