Scott Blevins

Obituary of Scott Blevins

Scott William Blevins was born in Monroe, Michigan on October 9, 1978. He was the only child born from the union of Hank W. Blevins and Candace (Collier) Blevins. He attended Airport Community Schools graduating from their high school in 1997. Following high school, Scott, obtained his Associates Degree in Liberal Arts. Scott was a long-time member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Milan. Church and worship were a big part of his life. Scott served the congregation by preaching and sharing his love for music by playing piano or guitar, and singing. Besides gospel his musical interests were varied enjoying the likes of BB King, Hank Williams, and even Classical genres. Scott more than anything was known for his kindness, his warm, infectious smile, his generous heart, and his easy going spirit. Being a social butterfly he had the innate ability to carry a conversation with anyone and to set them at ease. Scott was blessed with the birth of a beautiful daughter: Taylor Grace Blevins. They adored each other and she was a perfect example of a "Daddy's Girl". For the past ten years, Scott, was employed by Ilich Holdings, Inc. as a Regional Manager for Loss Prevention. Scott William Blevins, age 36 of Monroe, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 in Romulus. Scott passing was preceded by his paternal grandparents: Odie and Agnes Blevins and his maternal grandparents: Walter and Ruth Collier. To cherish his memory, Scott leaves his loving parents: Hank and Candace Blevins of Monroe; his beautiful daughter: Taylor of Monroe; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Friends may gather on Sunday, September 27, 2015 from 2:00pm until 8:00pm at Merkle Funeral Service, 2442 North Monroe Street (734) 384-5185. A Celebration of His Life will be held at 11:00am on Monday, September 28, 2015, also at Merkle's with Reverend Ron Morgan pastor of Union Street Missionary Baptist Church and Reverend John E. Bussell pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Milan co-officiating. Procession will follow to Riverside Cemetery in South Rockwood for burial. Memorials are suggested to the Union Street Missionary Baptist Church. Online guests may leave words of comfort and inspiration by visiting www.merklefs.com and then selecting the Online Tributes page.