Scott Allen Caster was born on April 1st, 1966 in Davenport, Iowa to Linda Harper and Lynn Caster and passed away on April 20th, 2023 in Dallas, Texas at the age of 57.
Scott was born and raised until a teen in Davenport, IA when he moved to his beloved Texas where he would spend the rest of his life. He attended Plano East Senior High School, class of 1985, where he was very active in their Army Junior ROTC Color Guard and Drill Team. Scott grew up with his brothers, Todd and Chad in Texas, coming to know his biological father, Steve Johnson and his half sibling, Nicholas from Illinois in his younger years.
Scotts interests and hobbies were numerous but topping the list was his love of muscles cars, especially his 1966 and 1967 fastback mustangs, respectively. He enjoyed car shows and placed with trophies in many that he entered. He also collected model cars, many belonging to the American Griffiti genre as this was one of his favorite movies and he LOVED his Hot-Rods!
He had a real passion for hockey and was an avid Dallas Stars fan, attending several games a year while playing in pick-up leagues in town. Scott also had a beloved collection of hockey jerseys he framed for himself including ones signed by Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr, Brett Hull, Eddie "The Eagle" Belfour, Mario Lemieux and Mike Modano! Not to be left out was his cherished Twilight Zone pinball machine that gave him many years of enjoyment! And lastly, but not least, was his possibly favorite nightly pastime of playing Second Life and online computer games with his son Tim and brothers this helped him stay close to family across the miles where they would often speak to one another in irreverent movie quotes from thee 80's and 90's!
Scott was a Loving father, loyal friend, a gruff guy with a big heart!
Proceeded in death by his mother, Linda Mae Harper Caster and biological father, Steve Johnson.
Survived by his only son, Timothy Scott Caster, father Lynn Caster, brothers Todd William Caster and Chad Elliott Caster, several nieces and nephews, life-long friends, co-workers and long-time roomie, Caroline O'Driscoll.
In lieu of flowers please get your cancer screenings done and make a donation to The American Cancer Society in Scott's name.
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