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Scott Dwayne Womack was born the son of Clyde and Sherry Womack on October 27, 1971 in Duncan, OK. He died on August 27, 2019 in Chickasha.
Scott graduated from Empire High School before attending Rose State College, Cameron University and OCCC. He received his certification as a surgical technician before receiving his RN and finally earning his Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. He worked as a surgical technician in Ardmore before moving to Chickasha in 1995 where he worked at Grady Memorial Hospital as a surgical technician. He and Chelley were married on February 13, 1998 in Memphis, TN. In 1998, while working at Grady Memorial Hospital, he obtained his RN degree while working full time and helping Chelley raise two kids. He continued to work for Grady Memorial Hospital until May of 2019 when he went to work for Community Hospital South Campus in Oklahoma City. He returned to Grady Memorial Hospital on August 19th as the OR Director. Scott was active with his kids' little league sports teams as their coach. He loved spending time with his family at the lake. He loved traveling and live music. Scott loved watching his son play sports and his daughter showing animals and rodeoing. He also had a special place in his heart for his granddaughter Adi, who lovingly called him Bop.
Scott was preceded in death by his father Clyde D. Womack and cousin Kaycee Anderson.
Scott is survived by his wife Chelley Womack; daughter and son-in-law Brittni and James Boyer; son Jake Womack; granddaughter Adilyn; mother Sherry Womack; sister and brother-in-law Dusty Womack and Jeremy Elkins; brother Luke Womack; father and mother-in-law Donnie and Shirley Covington; brother and sister-in-law Mike and Shawna Covington; niece Meela; nephew Rhette; niece Kalyn; Aunt Donna Anderson.
Services are under the direction of McRay Funeral Home.
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