Scott Thomas Mueller, age 20, suddenly left this world on January 21, 2020.
Scott was born on October 4, 1999 in Evanston, WY to Scott and Cami Mueller.
As a boy Scott enjoyed playing Army men, digging in the dirt, playing with trucks, and doing anything construction. As he grew up he loved playing video games, driving & building RC Jeeps, doing things outdoors, riding 4-wheelers, hunting, fishing, hiking and going on adventures with his family. He loved watching the Military Channel and wanted to go into the Army. He spent many hours in the garage teaching himself how to weld, and fell in love with welding. He sold his RC Jeep he had built & re-built to pay for a little welder. He had found his calling. He went on to graduate from the BOOST Program where he received his GED.
Scott spent one summer doing landscaping for T-S Construction, but where he really wanted to work was for Union Tank Car here in Evanston. His persistence paid off! He was hired by Union Tank in August of 2018 where he was employed up until his death. He was finally getting to do what he loved; he came home from work every day smiling and dirty.
Scott was a devoted son, brother and uncle to his niece and nephew who lovingly called him “Moon Bear.” Scott was also a devoted friend, helping anyone in any way he could.
Scott is survived by his mom, Cami Mueller of Evanston; Dad, Scott Mueller of Battle Mountain, NV; Sister, Jordan (James) Largent of Evanston; Brother, Randy Mueller of Evanston; Niece Adelyn Rohde of Evanston; Nephew, Rylan Largent of Evanston; Grandparents, John & Dorothy Stanley of Rigby, ID and Bob & Carolyn Mueller of Yuma, AZ; As well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Scott is, and will be, deeply missed by his family and friends. He was an amazing, talented young man.
Scott’s family would like to express sincere, heartfelt gratitude for the many messages, prayers and thoughts given to them, as well as the meals provided.
If anyone feels alone, or is struggling with darkness & depression, please know that you are not alone. You are loved. You are important, and you matter. Please reach out for help. Your loved ones want you around.
Funeral Service will be held 7:00 PM Monday, January 27, 2020 with visitation from 5:00 PM till service time at Crandall Funeral Home, 800 Uinta Street, Evanston, Wyoming.