Scott William Crimin, 57, of Kansas City, Missouri, died unexpectedly at home on June 14, 2022. He was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon to Gene and Pamela (Bull) Crimin. His father’s military service ultimately brought the family to Kansas City during his childhood. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Kansas City with a B.S. in Criminal Justice. His career in retail loss prevention took him to cities across the U.S. and Mexico until he arrived in Chicago, where spent more than 20 years cheering on his beloved Cubs and Blackhawks, and savoring life on the lakefront.
Scott returned to Kansas City in 2016, where he met Maggie Fitzgerald, a Chicago native living in Kansas City. Scott and Maggie married in Chicago in July 2019. Following their wedding, they returned to Kansas City. Scott worked for Indian Hills Country Club, a job he loved so much he said he’d work everyday if they’d let him.
Scott was preceded in death by his parents, Gene and Pamela Crimin, and his father-in-law, Edward Fitzgerald. He is survived by his wife Margaret (Maggie) Fitzgerald, his sister Beverly (Todd) Norcross, and brothers Asa (Deanna) and Kevin (Erica), and nieces and nephews Nick, Jenny, Asa, Ashley, Ian, and Colin. Uncle Scott’s youthful spirit will be dearly missed by his Fitzgerald family including his mother-in-law Nancy, brothers-in-law Ted (Marie) and John (Mickey), and niece and nephews Sean, Gavin, and Fiona, as well as his furry family members, Murphy And Bailey.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2022, 5-7 p.m., at Patrick’s, 8251 Wornall Road, Kansas City, Missouri. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Great Plains SPCA.
Loving you! 🏼🙏🏻💚
You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless.
Godspeed, Scott. You are loved and missed by so many.
You were a great man, Scott. You will always be in our hearts and minds.
Scott was such a kind and genuine person- he had a way of putting everyone at ease. I am so sorry for your loss, gone too young. Godspeed and peace
Wow. Such a shock.
I was just getting to know Scott at IHCC.
He was great to talk with and the enthusiasm he had for his job was noticeable from the first time I met him.
We had some good laughs in the short amount of time we had together.
He will be missed at IHCC.
Prayers for you Maggie and the family.
Very sad heart. This world lost a generous and smiling soul, that lived and loved life to the fullest, SIL for many years
…tell people you love them while they are still here.
Rest in peace dear friend and childhood neighbor , God called a good man back home too soon.
So very sad to hear of Scott’s passing. He was a great guy!