Scott Lovelace

Scott Lovelace also known as “Shorty” or “Cracker” of Dallas NC, 56, was born March 31st 1965 to the late June Ann Read and Roy Lovelace Jr.  He went to his heavenly home January 30th 2022.  He was a former painter, loved dirt tracks and adored his family.  His girls were the apple of his eye.  He loved his country and his heritage.  

In addition to his parents, he was proceeded in death by his sister Tammy Engle, brother Gerald Lovelace, maternal grandparents Frank R and Sara Mae Johnson Read, paternal grandparents Roy Sr and Patsy Lovelace, and an unborn grandchild. 

He is survived by his wife Vicki Lovelace, two daughters Nikki Lovelace, Tiffany (Ian) Gardner, brothers Wayne (Brittany) Lovelace, Randy Lovelace, sisters Karen (David) Connor, Wendy (Kenny) Martin, and Lisa Goins.  He also has numerous nieces and nephews along with great nieces and great nephews and his fur babies, Scrappy, Cocoa, and Wildman Max. 

A celebration of his life will be on Saturday February 5th 2022 at 2pm at Fairview Baptist Church in Newton NC. The family would like to request that you wear something blue in his honor.

In lieu of flowers, the family ask that donations be made to the pastor and church. 


2 Responses to Scott Lovelace

  1. Tiffany Gardner February 7, 2022 at 8:09 pm #

    Give Heaven some Hell. I know it’s a party up there with you! Try to behave and watch over us. Life will never be the same without you dad. Love you always, miss you tons!

    Tiffany & Nikki

  2. Wendy February 8, 2022 at 3:35 pm #

    My dear brother, in a million years I’d never dreamed you would be gone so soon! Life is so short and I wish we had more time. If I could say anything to you it’d be what an awesome person you were and your life was important! You are so missed and things here will never be the same without you.
    I know you are with Jesus and that is comforting. I also know you are with our precious moma.
    Even though your life ended here, eternity never ends and we’ll see you again one day.

    All of the wickedness here on this earth has passed
    for you and there is no more sickness sadness or disappointments, only happiness and peace.

    I’m so thankful for the last several months before you got sick. Those are great memories and I will cherish that time.
    I love you
    Your Sister,

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