Scott Apgar

04/10/1963 — 04/09/2019

From West Richland, WA | Born in Pasco, WA

Scott Apgar

Scott Kenneth Apgar, 55, passed away April 9th, 2019 in his home located in West Richland, WA surrounded by his loving wife and family. He was born April 10th, 1963 in Pasco, WA. As a young child, his father moved his family to Skagway, Alaska where Scott graduated high school in 1981. Afterward, he served in the Marine Corp for four years as a Corporal E-4, Infantry Rifleman, Marine Recon, as well as an Embassy Guard Detail. Following his discharge in 1988, he settled in West Richland, WA. He briefly worked for Franklin County Sheriff’s Department before beginning his career as a Hanford Patrol Officer. During his time with Hanford, Scott was a member of the Special Response Team and also held the title of Weapons High Master. In 2012, Scott married the love of his life Kristi and created a big, blended family. This resulted in countless family gatherings, including the famous Taco Tuesday. Becoming a grandfather (Papa) gave him great joy. He loved spending time with his grandkids; making a point to attend their sporting events and school functions. There was never a dull moment around him; he always kept life interesting with his daily shenanigans. He was fearless and had a zest for life that inspired us all. Scott was a strong, dependable man. Family and friends could always count on him, day or night. He also loved the Lord and was firmly footed in his faith. He enjoyed a lifetime of hunting, fishing, boating, and camping trips. Turkey hunting was his favorite. He had a passion for motorcycles and enjoyed many adventurous rides with his wife. He was a member of the Blue Knights motorcycle club. Scott was also an avid hiker, tackling the Chilkoot Trail at the young age of 14. He had a passion for children and proudly served as a camp counselor at Royal Family Kids Camp for foster children.


He is survived by his parents Stephen and Ruth Apgar; his wife Kristi Apgar; his children Scottie G Apgar, Ashley (Enrique) Medina, Chase and Cole Apgar, and Sophia (Jeff) Stachofsky; his step children Kirsten, Katrina, Kimber, and Julianna Jordan; his siblings Stephanie (Ken) Kelso and Steve Apgar; five grandchildren, and numerous relatives. A memorial service for Scott will be held at Events at Sunset on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 at 2 pm, 915 ByPass Hwy in Richland, WA.

 In honor of his passion for kids, we ask that in lieu of flowers you consider donating to their organization:

Online at: https://rfk.org/tribute/. (Be sure to enter Scott Apgar and a message for Kristi)

Or

Mail check to:

Royal Family Kids

3000 W MacArthur Blvd Ste. 412

Santa Ana , CA 92704

Be sure to include “Scott Apgar” in the memo field

All donations will go to Royal Family Kids headquarters.

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  • Sad to hear this, rest in peace Scott,God bless the family

    Barry Dunn
    April 26, 2019
    Outlook washington
  • Kristi and family. I was one of Scott’s trainers and managers at the PTA and as a family member of HP, I was very sorry to hear the recent news. I am retired now and will be away this weekend but wanted to send you a brief note and express my deepest sympathies and condolences over his passing. Scott was a great friend to all of us and and real comrade in arms and true professional. He was a special person on and off the job. And he was one of my favorite students. Smile. His loyalty and dedication was remarkable . My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I wish I could have been there in person. If you ever need anything, please let us know. Like Scott, we will always be on your side and be with you. Please take care.

    With love,

    Bruce and Marsha Cameron

    Bruce Cameron
    April 27, 2019
    Kennewick
  • Sad to hear this, rest in peace Scott,God bless the family

    Barry Dunn
    April 26, 2019
    Outlook washington
  • Kristi and family. I was one of Scott’s trainers and managers at the PTA and as a family member of HP, I was very sorry to hear the recent news. I am retired now and will be away this weekend but wanted to send you a brief note and express my deepest sympathies and condolences over his passing. Scott was a great friend to all of us and and real comrade in arms and true professional. He was a special person on and off the job. And he was one of my favorite students. Smile. His loyalty and dedication was remarkable . My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I wish I could have been there in person. If you ever need anything, please let us know. Like Scott, we will always be on your side and be with you. Please take care.

    With love,

    Bruce and Marsha Cameron

    Bruce Cameron
    April 27, 2019
    Kennewick
  • It was great to know you and work Patrol with you. God’s speed my friend. OORAH

    Darryl Sybouts
    April 27, 2019
    Moxee, Wa
  • Scott is a dear friend and will sure be missed. Every time I hook up that boat I’ll be thinking of him. Semper Fi Marine. Knute

    Ken Knutson
    April 26, 2019
    Kennewick
  • I enjoyed working with Scott on Patrol. It was never a dull moment. May God bless you and your family. Semper Fi Marine.

    Robert Himrod
    April 20, 2019
    Yakima Washington
  • We know Gods love will fill you with comfort during this time and that He has carried Scott right into his arms. We are sending prayers and love to you now and always. God Bless

    Steve and Wanda Lindley
    April 21, 2019
    Randle Wa
  • Scott, Semper Fi! I had the privilege of knowing Scott and the times I had with him as a friend and colleague on Hanford Patrol. You will be missed but never forgotten!

    John J. Haeg
    April 20, 2019
    Kennewick
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