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Scott Paul Corr

August 14, 1959 — August 8, 2023

Scott Paul Corr, 63, of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, passed away Tuesday, August 8, 2023, at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, August 14, 2023, 11:00 a.m., at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Scottsbluff with Fr. Rayappa Konka & Fr. Vince Parsons co-officiating. Cremation will follow the services with a family inurnment at a later date. Visitation will be held Sunday, August 13, 2023, from 5-7 p.m. at Reverence Funeral Parlor. The casket will be closed at the Mass. Memorials may be made in Scott’s name and will be designated at a later date. The service will be livestreamed and recorded to Scott’s obituary page viewable at www.reverencefuneralparlor.com.

Scott was born on August 14, 1959, in Scottsbluff, to Jack Jorn and Dorothy Joann (Cochran) Corr. The family moved to Simi Valley, California when he was 5 and returned to Melbeta, Nebraska at the age of 15. Scott graduated from Melbeta High School in 1977. Following school, Scott worked at Kelly Bean for a short time before moving to Alliance to begin his career with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad on April 29, 1979. Scott worked as a Conductor for 42 years until his cancer diagnosis in December of 2021. Scott’s official retirement from BSNF was November of 2022. Towards the end of Scott’s career his years of faithful service earned him one of the top seniority spots within the Powder River Division. Outside of his career, Scott served two terms as Mayor for the City of Minatare, was a volunteer fireman, EMT, as well as a certified diver for search and rescue. Scott resided in Minatare from 1984-1999.

Scott was united in marriage to Shelley Guzman on July 10, 1999, in Scottsbluff. They made their home in Scottsbluff.

Scott abided by three religions; church, golf, and football. Scott was a faithful member of St. Agnes Catholic Church and served as Sacristan and Eucharistic Minister. Scott was an excellent golfer, and his golfing buddies were a second family to him. Scott and Shelley’s favorite season was Husker Football Season. They attended all the home football games and loudly cheered rain or shine, win or loss. He was an avid LA Dodgers fan and enjoyed riding his Harley. Scott’s biggest passion was family, and he coached his children and their friends in all sports, but his favorite was coaching baseball in the summers.

Scott is survived by his wife, Shelley; children, Christopher (Christina) Corr of Waverly, NE, Joshua (Shelby) Corr of Windsor, CO, Paige Corr of Omaha, NE, Ty Daniel Corr of Scottsbluff, NE; grandchildren, Brynnlee, Harper, Oliver Scott, Sawyer, and Piper Corr; mother, Joann Corr of Scottsbluff, NE; sisters, Sandi (Ernie) Bybee of Lodgepole, NE, Lori (Steve) Geist of Douglas, WY; sister-in-law, Roxi Corr of Tumwater, WA; parents-in-law, Daniel and Norma Guzman of Scottsbluff, NE; sister-in-law, Danielle (Matt) Swanson of Alliance, NE; nieces and nephews, Karly, Reese, and Ryan Swanson, Cori Koehler, Beau Bybee, DeAnn Barry, Tyler Barry, David Corr, and Amber Corr; along with his faithful four-legged companions Jax and Jhett.

He was preceded in death by his father, Jack Corr; brother, Steve Corr; nephew, Danny Barry; and numerous uncles, aunts and cousins.

The family would like to thank Dr. Jean Grem, Dr. Zafar Sayed, and their staff at UNMC Cancer Center in Omaha. Dr. Serozan “Sero” Amrollwalla and his nurse Traci at RWPC, for the care and compassion they gave Scott. The family also thanks Denise Corr, PA and Christina Corr, APRN for their guidance and care.

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