of Russellville, AR
February 16, 1964 - June 30, 2022
Scott Allen Roush, 58, of Russellville, Arkansas passed away on Thursday, June 30, 2022 in Russellville. He was born on February 16, 1964 in Council Bluffs, Iowa to his parents, George Roush and Alice Nahas. He is survived by his wife, Christina Roulston of Russellville; one daughter, Autumn Neighbors of Glenwood; four sons, Bryan Williams of Louisiana, James Roush of Hot Springs, Michael Roush of Hot Springs and Nathan Roush of Missouri; his mother, Alice Nahas of Bonnerdale; his father, George Roush of Council Bluffs, Iowa; one sister, Mindy Weatherford of Bonnerdale; one niece, Jessica Weatherford of Mt. Ida and six grandchildren. A memorial mass will be held at 10:00 a.m., on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Paris officiated by Fr. Reginald Udouj, O.S.B.. Burial of cremated remains will be held at a later date in Oakwood Cemetery in Paris under the direction of Roller Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to a local animal shelter of your choice.
Alice,Mindy so sorry about Scott.prayers too your family's
Scott you will be greatly missed.your legacy will go on as an animal lover as long as Tina can do It.you were deeply loved and will be missed by many
Alice and family,I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that sweet, joyful memories of Scott will hold and vomfort you in this difficult time. Be assured of my prayers.Your friend, Pat
Gone But Never Forgotten!!!! Prayers and positive love to All
Christina, Scott was a valued friend, I will miss him. He was also a valued member of our Auxiliary. He will be greatly missed .
R.I.P brother always be faithful.
RIP Scott you will be missed by many thank you for all you done for my Coco like I told you you will always hold a place in my heart there will never be another one like you
Scott we rode, talked, an were great freinds for many years. You will be missed, keep the wind in your face the sun on your back, a full tank an love those fur babies you love so much. See you sum day when I meet you again in Heavin.
Last communication we had online you said you didn't know me but I know due to the hurts in your life you used denial to protect your heart. I still considered you as a friend but was willing to accept your veil of protection if that's what you needed. You definitely lived your life your way.Still have a rescue dog that you saved. In many ways your heart loved dogs more than people. I'm sure they saw into your heart and loved you without your baggage from the past that is harder for people to forgive.
Christina, so very sorry to hear about Scott. We are praying for you and both families. May God give you Comfort and Peace during this time. May Scott RIP. We love you ❤️.
My God hold you tight in his arms. May you be surrounded by fur babies! I am proud we spent time together and we’re friends. Till we meet again.
We were very heartbroken to hear that Scott passed away. He was one of our favorite customers and he is going to be greatly missed. Not only for his friendly banter, but for his compassion towards all. Scott and Christina were more than just customers, They had become friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family and group of friends (human and fur) who will be missing a great man.See you at the Gate Scott. Till we meet again…
Scott is a good friend, loved him! He loved his family and friends and all fur babies! He made a difference in placing animals in homes all over the USA ! Scott we will see you in heaven buddy you will be missed!!!!!!
Our deepest condolences on the loss of Scott. He will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.A contribution has been made to the Charleston Dog Shelter (a no kill shelter) in his memory.
You will be greeted by all your fur babies when you pass thru the gates of heaven. Proud to have met you and call you my friend. Rest easy Billy Goat!
May he Rest In Peace! May God bless your family during this time of grief. All of you are in my prayers!