Scott Kneedler
ARLINGTON -- Scott D. Kneedler, 41, passed away Monday, April 24, 2012, after a courageous battle with PPND. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday in Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, with Dr. Ed Laymance officiating. Interment: Emerald Hills Memorial Park, Kennedale. Visitation: The family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Wade Family Funeral Home. Scott was born Aug. 31, 1970, in Findlay, Ohio, to Douglas George Kneedler and Dorthy Shanklin Kneedler. He graduated from James Martin High School in Arlington in 1989 and later from Spartan School of Aeronautics. He worked as an mechanic for American Airlines at Tulsa and Alliance bases. He was diagnosed with PPND at Mayo clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. He loved car's from an early age. He raced his 1967 Mustang at Kennedale's one-eighth mile track. Most of all he loved his family, with a special love for his daughter, Abby. Scott was preceded in death by his father. Survivors: Daughter, Abigail Kneedler; parents, Dorthy and Bob Reynolds; sister, Sherri Butler; and niece, Ashley Crockett. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233

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  1. I was really sorry to hear Scott lost to battle with PPND. I know he will be missed by many , because he touched so many hearts in just being Scott . I worked on a MD80 light C check line in Tulsa with Scott, my prayers go out to his family . May God Bless !!

  2. I was really sorry to hear Scott lost to battle with PPND. I know he will be missed by many , because he touched so many hearts in just being Scott . I worked on a MD80 light C check line in Tulsa with Scott, my prayers go out to his family . May God Bless !!

  3. Great memories of Scott growing up in the neighborhood with our boys. The many cookouts and sleepovers, wow what fun we did have. We know this loss is huge for your family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. With love, Greg and Darlene

  4. Remembering Kneedler from the days on Ridgeline Dr.. Summer days trying to add something different to tuna fish to make it taste different than the day before. This was our daily ritual. Seeing how high we could stack bricks under our bicycle ramp and actually clear it without wiping out. Bribing the mail lady for rubber bands so we could make rubber band guns to shoot cats. Hiding our snuff from our parents and climbing mulberry trees and eating so many that it made you sick as a dog. These are just a few of things that I will always remember about our child hood with kneedler. I am very sorry to here of your loss as I know he will be missed greatly. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Chad & Amy Woodard

  5. Scott was a wonderful young man and will be missed by many friends and family. May you experience the comfort and peace of God in the many days ahead. I love you all and will continue to lift you up in prayer.

  6. we have precious memories of Scott. Our hearts & prayers go out to you. May God bring you peace & comfort.

  7. i miss you daddy so much i hope you’re better up there i hope you aren’t hurting anymore.

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