Scott Mynatt, 62, of Franktown, Colorado, passed away on September 10, 2021. He was born in Denver, CO on April 18, 1959 to Delmer and Joan Mynatt.
Scott was always there for his mother, stepfather, three brothers and their families, leading a life of love, fun, and support. Family was first for Scott and he loved time together. Scott was a gifted storyteller; every story told about or by Scotty was one filled with laughter creating many lifelong memories of joy and fun. Scott led a very interesting life and brightened everyone’s day with a warm welcome, ready story, or great conversation.
Scott attended Smoky Hill High School and went on to receive a degree in Mass Communications; Theater, Speech and Medieval History from Colorado State University-Pueblo. We are proud early on in his life Scott also served his country in the Navy stationed in San Diego, CA. His primary career was in the Hospital and Health Care industry, spending a majority of his time at the Greeley Center for Independence in Denver. There he directed and operated the traumatic brain injury clinic and with a small staff cared for many patients. His patients and staff adored him; he was always fun and full spirited.
Scott spent a great deal of time traveling with his family and friends visiting many places around the world including Brazil, Peru, Greece, Mexico, and many countries in Europe. Scott loved art and always had a creative mind. Later in his life, after suffering a stroke and influenced by his travels, he started his company Scottysdesign, becoming a talented and accomplished lapidary artisan combining polished precious stones from around the world with wire wrapped designs for high end jewelry selling globally.
He is survived by and will be dearly missed by his family:
Survivors include mother Joan Phillips of Franktown, CO; brother Blake Mynatt (Jennifer) of Broomfield, CO, nephew Garrett (Mackenzie) of Aurora, CO, and niece Paige of Broomfield, CO; brother Mark Mynatt (Erin) of Lone Tree, CO, nephew Nolan (Rachael), grandniece Kinley, and grandnephew Leighton, of Colorado Springs, CO, niece Ryleigh, and nephew McGuire of Lone Tree, CO; brother Jason Phillips (Nomi), niece Luciana, and nephew Luke, of Carbondale, CO.
Scott was predeceased by his father Delmer R. Mynatt and his stepfather William F. Phillips.
The family has designated Wounded Warrior; https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org
and Saint Judes; https://www.stjude.org/give.html for memorial contributions.
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Wounded Warrior Project Donor Care Center
PO Box 758541, Topeka KS 66675-8541
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
501 St. Jude Place, Memphis TN 38105