Patrick Scott Hanson

Patrick Scott Hanson

In loving memory of Patrick Scott Hanson aka “Bull” born August 31, 1974 in Madera, Ca.  Patrick Scott went home to be with his Savior on Sunday, September 13, 2020.

Patrick Scott loved all sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys,but one who should have been a pro baseball player.He enjoyed anything outdoors and was a man of many trades. He loved his family and loved family gatherings.

Patrick Scott is survived by his mother, Twila Joyce Hanson of Jacksonville, Fl, his sister, Azilee Joyce Miller of Jacksonville, Fl, two Step-Daughters Rashel Combs and Brianna Woodard of Milton, Fl, two Grandchildren, Elainna and Adam Combs of Milton, Fl, three Nephews, Trevor Schrier of Milton, Fl, Torrey Lawson of San Diego, Ca, Trenton Ward of Jacksonville, Fl, a Niece, Janae Hanson of Jacksonville, Fl, a Great Nephew, Logan Schrier and a Great Niece, Layla Schrier both of Milton, Fl, his Uncle Gene and Aunt Naomi Bragg of Jacksonville, Fl, his Uncle Roy Albritton and cousin Camille Albritton of Port Huenema, Ca, his Uncle Tommy and Aunt Mary Hanson of Pensacola, Fl and cousin Jennifer Engler of Portland, Or, and his cousin Twila Jeanette Camp of Norfolk, Va along with several other family members and friends as well.

Patrick Scott was loved more than he knew and will be greatly missed.  We all pray he is at peace in Heaven.

7 Comments

  • Roy M Albritton Posted September 21, 2020 1:09 pm

    Sure going to miss him! Being here in Cali wasn’t able to see him much after he and his family left but was in contact and loved him dearly! Expressed to me many times how prayer helped him at times of trouble and distress. Wished I could have helped more in some way! I believe he had a relationship with our Lord and Savior and we will see him again! Blessings to the family left and to let you know I love you all and miss you more than words can express!❤️??

  • Roy M Albritton Posted September 21, 2020 1:34 pm

    Second try to make comment! I will truly miss Scott. Being in Cali wasn’t able to see him as much but didn’t love him any less. We had conversations about prayer and I believe he was saved and knew the Lord Jesus Christ as his Savior ! We will see him again! I would like to say to the family left I love you immensely and miss you! ❤️???

  • shad Posted September 22, 2020 12:25 pm

    Scott and I go way back we both moved to Va the same year… Was like a brother to me from shooting pool playing ball or talking trash we alway had a good time. Scott always had a way to look for the positve in and about life. He Loved his Mom even more when she was giving him a hard time… in his words I know she love me… We had plans to go out hiking on Cumberland island and just hang out as soon as this covid was over… I will miss you brother… until next time

  • Rob Wainwright Posted September 22, 2020 7:25 pm

    Scott.. aka Country aka Dunn. I remember when you moved to Va like it was yesterday. You instantly fit in with us. Drew Smitty me and Skuzz. The apartment at J4. Hide wood. So many memories. I always looked out for you. Like a brother. Twila. I’m sorry for your loss. I pray for you nightly and will continue to do so. Scott is in his forever home now. “I wish we’d all been ready” RIP BIG COUNTRY

  • Lisa Posted September 22, 2020 8:16 pm

    Scott your death was too soon. I pray for you and your. Love ya bro!!

  • Scott Moyer Posted September 23, 2020 10:16 am

    This is such a huge loss. Scott and I were good buddback in high school. We came together over our love of our Dallas Cowboys.. We had so many laughs and so many good times. To quote the movie Stand By Me. I have not spoken to him in years but I will miss him forever. Until we meet again my friend.

  • Catherine Murphy Posted September 23, 2020 4:46 pm

    A life gone way too soon! Prayers and condolences for your family. I hope you find comfort knowing Scott was loved by so many!

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