Biography

D. Scott Huckabay born February 20, 1966, went to be with Jesus on February 14, 2013 at the age of 46 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Scott is survived by mother and dad, Ramona and Ken Napier; father and wife, Jim and Sharon Huckabay; sister Kim Trimble (Jasmine(Liam and Anika), Stephanie (Maddy); sister and husband Jeff and Pam Chennault (Garrett and Jaycee); brother and wife Brett and Amy Napier (Ayla, Avie and Ainsley).  “Love of my life, Sweet Nikki” Scott’s 9 year old Minnie Aussie. Valued Mentors: Sam McNeely, Coach Tom Kimbrough, Freddie Carroll, Bill Mathews, Andy Taylor, Chosen Brothers: Wally McNeely, Monty West, Michael Bowen, Rob Watts, Mike Davis and Jeff Chennault. A 1984 Graduate of Plano Senior High, an outstanding athlete, was a part of a 26-2-1 record in football. A 1989 Graduate of Baylor University and four year football letterman (85-88) amd a member of the SAE Fraternity. Scott was so proud to wear the #40. Some of the accolades he cherished were: 82-83 12-5A All District; Co-Champs; Bi-District Champs; Area Champs; Regional Champs; Quarter Finalist. Senior year 83-84 All-District Running Back; 12-5A Offensive Player of the Year. All-Metro Running Back; 12-5A Champs; Bi-District Champs; Area Champs; Regional Champs; Quarter Final Champs; and Semi-Finalist. He was especially proud of his 1983 All-State Honorable Mention. Scott will also be inducted into the 2013 Plano ISD Athletic Hall of Honor. A plaque will be hung in his honor at Clark Stadium in Plano,Texas. Scott never forgot a name, a face, or a fact………and we will never forget his big heart and his contagious smile!