Scott H. Greer


Scott H. Greer, 69, passed away on August 30, 2023. He was born October 14, 1953, in Oklahoma City, OK to Sam H. Greer and Ann Patterson Greer. Scott was raised in Edmond, OK and took pride in being an original Edmondite. Scott attended Clegern Elementary School, graduating from Edmond High School in 1972. After high school, he attended Central State University, to study for a fine arts degree. He was a member of the Kappa Pi Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.  While at Central State University, Scott met his wife, Marsha Horinek, and they were married in Newkirk, OK on December 27, 1975.

After the death of his father, Scott left Central State to run the family business as a representative for Scott-Greer Sales Inc. supplying chemical pumps to the oil and gas industry. The family business has been operating for over 70 years.

Scott and Marsha were blessed with four children, and he was very involved in his children’s activities. Scott was the pack and troop leader for both Shan and Seth’s Boy Scout troops where he received many special titles and awards, including the Wood Badge award. Both Shan and Seth achieved their Eagle Scout awards. Scott also enjoyed cheering his children on in their high school rodeo events and American Quarter horse shows.

Scott is survived by his loving and caring wife, Marsha, his daughter, Kelly Beagles and husband Cory, son Seth Greer, daughter-in-law, Mary Beth Greer Beck.  Scott dearly loved his seven grandchildren: Rachael Greer, Rebecca Greer, Audrey Beagles, Lily Beagles, Sadie Beagles, Olivia Broomfield, and Emmett Broomfield. He is also survived by his sister, Kathy Beasley, and niece, Misty Greer-Little.

Scott was preceded in death by his son, Shan and daughter Jenny, his parents Sam and Ann Greer, and his parents-in-law, Bernard, and Margaret Horinek.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Samaritan House 42 E 9th Street, Edmond, OK 73044.

10 thoughts on “Scott H. Greer”

  1. Mary Huckeby

    Scott and I were friends from the 4th grade! He was always kind and always ready for a visit and reminiscing all through the years. He was such a caring husband and Dad to Marsha and his kids and grandkids. There was always such pride in how he spoke of them. I know his family will miss him and so will his friends, including me. We haven’t touched base in a while, but I know he’d be just the same Scott as he’s always beeN. My prayers and hugs are for his family!! Mary Bieker Huckeby

  2. My son was in Scott’s Webelo Scouts. I helped him out from time to time. He was so dedicated to those boys. He made sure each one of them earned all 20 (?) achievement pins. He took them all to Slippery Falls Scout Ranch in the heat of the summer and I was privileged to go along. He loved his boys and they loved him back. We will miss you Scott.

  3. Diane Murray

    May he rest in peace with no pain and be reunited with Shan and Jenny in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father. Prayers for strength and peace for family!

  4. Scott will be missed by many. He was a great father, husband, grandfather, and friend. I remember Scott and Marsha offering their beautiful Lakehouse for our honeymoon. Greer’s good people! RIP. ARKDB Brother.

  5. Janice Morgan

    Marsha, I’m so sorry to hear about Scott’s passing. Prayers that you and your family will get through yet another sad loss. May you feel comfort in God’s presence. Love you.

  6. Wendy Stover

    I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Scott. Hugs and prayers to your family. He was a wonderful man and father!

  7. Karen Landrum Young

    I am so very sorry to hear of Scott passing. Prayers to you, Marsha and your families. We know he will be missed by many and loved by all.

  8. I came to Oklahoma back in 1976 and worked out of the same warehouse and office facility as Scott. We became very good friends at a time when I was away from my old friends and family in Louisiana. Scott and Marsha were so supportive and helpful during these days. I hate we lost Scott here but am thankful he is no longer suffering and has rejoined his other family members in glory. He was a very special guy!

  9. Marsha, We wee very sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. Our prayers are with you and your family. We thought the world of Scott and very much appreciated all his support with scout troop 78 and with leadership training for both scouts and scouters. You and your family are in our thoughts during this difficult time. God bless, Mark and Shirley

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