Scott Underwood Death – Oconee County Deputy Sheriff and Lieutenant, Scott Underwood has passed away unexpectedly. Lieutenant Scott Underwood, a longtime resident of Oconee County, Georgia was announced dead late yesterday afternoon, Friday, the 19th of May 2023. He was a dedicated and loving husband, a father that demonstrated that greatness could be achieved through hard work and passion and a man that exemplified that a humble spirit and joyous heart could improve the lives of all around him.
Oconee County Georgia Sheriff’s Office released regarding the passing of Lt. Scott Underwood: “We are deeply saddened to report that Lt. Scott Underwood passed away unexpectedly late yesterday afternoon, May 19.” Please keep his family and his Sheriff’s Office family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time as they grieve their tremendous loss and say goodbye to a dear friend and brother. No arrangements have been made at this time.
What happened to Scott Underwood?
The circumstances surrounding the cause of Scott Underwood’s death have not been made known to the public at the time of this publication. However, his family has confirmed the heartbreaking news. Scott Underwood’s death has left his friends, family and the entire Oconee County community devastated and shocked.
Who was Scott Underwood?
Lt. Underwood was a native of Oconee County and faithfully served this community as a Deputy Sheriff for 21 years. He was a police officer who really loved what he did, and everyone who worked with him loved him. Lt. Underwood was a devoted husband and the father of two teenage kids.
He was the best example of what it means to be a wonderful person. Lt. Underwood had a calming presence and was very kind. He touched the lives of many and was an inspiration to everyone who knew him. He had a funny and unique personality, and he wasn’t afraid to show it. His friends loved that about him. His friends said that Lt. Underwood was always up for a good time.
Scott Underwood obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
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