Scott Lynn Endres EMT#10844

 

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Scott Lynn Endres, age 48 of Stuttgart, gained his angel wings on October 1, 2016. He was born on November 13, 1967 to Roland and Lynette Endres of Stuttgart. He was a loving and caring son, father, medic, friend, teacher and colleague.

Scott was a 1986 graduate of Stuttgart High School. After graduating, he chose a field to help others, which was his passion. He did this in so many ways. He was a member of the Governor’s advisory council EMS training committee, AR Paramedic Society, and International Association of Flight Paramedics.

He was on the Board of Directors of National Association of EMS Educators, coordinator for the South Central AR Infant/Child review, the Chairman for the Arkansas EMS Training Committee’s Best Practice and Critical Care sub-committee. He was the current president of AR EMS instructor society, co-chair for the AR EMS symposium, and currently directing the AR Trauma System Educational Video.  He was an AR licensed Paramedic, and Adjunct Instructor for EMS program at National Park, and Critical Care EMT Paramedic.  He was also an ACLS/PALS/BLS instructor, and a nationally known speaker and educator.

Leaving behind years of med-flight, he began work for Survival Flight 7 in Russellville, AR as a flight medic.

His love of helping others was second, only to the love he had for his family, especially his children, Ashley and Hunter, and his parents and sister. His job might have kept him busy but he was very involved with his children and family. He was proudly anticipating walking his daughter down the aisle in November. He and his son enjoyed camping and looked forward to their next “no electric” camp out. They also shared a loved of movies and sports activities.

Scott was preceded in death by his sister, Sonya Endres; and his grandparents, Fred and Beulah Endres and Ottis and Nell Rogers.

He is survived by his parents, daughter Ashley (Jordan) and son, Hunter, all of Stuttgart, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephew and cousins; and, of course, his extended EMS family.

Visitation will be 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 4, at Turpin Funeral Home in Stuttgart. Funeral services are 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 5, at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, with EMS Honors. Burial will follow at Lone Tree Cemetery.

The family request memorials be made to the Stuttgart Fire Department Uniform Fund (% 1617 Strait Place, Stuttgart AR, 72160 or Farmers Merchants Bank, P.O. Box 1010, Stuttgart AR, 72160), Grand Avenue United Methodist Church or donor’s choice.

 

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7 Comment(s)

  1. On Oct 3, 2016, Twila said:

    I am the mother of a medic, my son worked with Scott in the past and he was a pall bauier vat my daughter in laws funeral. He will be miss. His family, friends and EMS family will be in my prayers.

  2. On Oct 3, 2016, Rita Atkinson said:

    So sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man. May the precious memories that he shared with his family and friends be of comfort.
    I am sure he has touched many lives in his dedicated service. Prayers of comfort and peace for those that loved him.

  3. On Oct 3, 2016, Todd Upton said:

    Scott,
    I’m really proud of you classmate.I always liked and respected you growing up.I never knew you accomplished so much while you were here.Thank you for your service to so many people.I know Sonya is thrilled to see you again and I look forward to seeing you again one day.I love you brother,RIP

  4. On Oct 3, 2016, Marilyn Miller said:

    I will truly miss you Scott. Regardless that we all love ❤️ you God ❤️ you BEST.

  5. On Oct 3, 2016, Heide b said:

    I had the privilege of being in several Scott’s classes both with an EMT basic and a medic. I also had the privilege of working with him side-by-side . I remember him tell me one time when someone told him to make a pallet for some children he thought they might go outside and get some wood LOL I still laugh about that every time I see a wooden pallet Scott was a very great guy with a big heart and I’m sure everybody especially the EMS community will miss him rest in peace Scott fly high friend

  6. On Oct 4, 2016, Dusty Rogers said:

    RIP brother. The true sacrifices you have made for others gained you a special pair of wings. Thank you for your service and may you never be forgotten.

    EMS Angels ?

    Dusty
    Flight Paramedic

  7. On Oct 4, 2016, Wink & Carey said:

    Mr. Roland & Ms. Lynette,
    Please accept our condolences for your loss of Scott. We pray that God will grant you His peace that surpasses all understanding.
    Love,
    Wink & Carey Weaver

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