Darrell Wade Fowler Scott

Born: Thu., Oct. 31, 1968
Died: Thu., Aug. 13, 2020


Celebration of Life

12:00 PM Sun., Aug. 30, 2020


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Darrell Wade Fowler Scott, born October 31, 1968 in Augusta, Georgia, passed away on Thursday, August 13, 2020. Growing up, Wade lived in both Chattanooga, Tennessee and Lafayette, Louisiana before settling and remaining in Columbia, South Carolina. Wade graduated from Dreher High School and was a very well-respected master electrician for over 35 years. Wade’s personality was larger and louder than life and he was always prepared to share his love for all things Dale Earnhardt and Clemson Tigers! Wade enjoyed karaoke, NASCAR, football and his beloved truck. Wade left no doubt that he loved his family and friends loud and proud. 

Wade is survived by his significant other of 20 years, Cheryl Black and her children Miranda, Preston and Taylor; Miranda’s children, Joel Inbody and Jace Black that affectionately knew Wade as their “Papa;” Sister, Lisa Sarvis; aunt Leasa Dickenson, uncles Steve Fowler and Ben Fowler; cousins, Amy Cooter (Casey), Frankie Dickenson (Joanne), Tiffany Helms (Mike), nieces and nephews Katie Cooter (Lane), Caycegale Cooter, Siraya Windsor, Chloé Colligan (Andrew), Hailey Krabbe, Logan Windsor, Zane Booker, Bella Cooter, Layla Sarvis, Sage Dickenson, Sofia Dickenson Saylor Dickenson; and great nieces and nephews Gatsby Colligan, Nova McGowens, Legend Nadeau and  Sayer Nadeau. 

Wade was preceded in death by his parents, James (Jimmy) and Stephanie Fowler.  

The family will have a celebration of Wade’s life at Il Giorgione’s (2406 Devine Street, Columbia, SC 29205) on Sunday, August 30, at noon. Please dress casually and practice social distancing.

 

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Adria McFarland
   Posted Fri August 21, 2020
Wade was one of a kind! He was hilarious that’s for sure! Personality as big as they come! Cheryl and Miranda I’m so sorry for your Loss!! Cheryl, you took care of his mom during her final time and I know Wade appreciated that more than you could ever know! Now he’s with his mom and I’m sure they are both watching out for you and Miranda and the kids! Love you! Rest In Peace my sweet friend! Til we meet again

Deirdre Young
   Posted Thu August 27, 2020
Wade was as good a neighbor and friend as anyone could hope to have in this lifetime.
He was always available if you had a need and was willing to help out in any way he could. Several years ago my son had a seizure unexpectedly on a Sunday night. The paramedics arrived with lights and siren and I looked up in the midst of all the chaos to see Wade standing in the doorway, wanting to know what he could do to help. He was the first person on the scene, looking out for his neighbors and friends. That was so typical of him.I laugh to myself, remembering several weeks ago when his truck broke down in the middle of Veterans Road and he called us to see if we would help him PUSH it up the street to the house! My vote to call a tow truck was politely shot down. So we pushed and I steered and we made it somehow. I will miss Wade and his sweet personality and his love of all things Clemson. Things don't seem the same without him, but I hope he is with Stephanie now and at peace with the world.See you on the other side, Wade. See you on the other side.
Deirdre

Tina Sigman
   Posted Sun August 30, 2020
Cheryl I love you and my heart goes out to you and your family! Please no that you are in my prayers and may God give you strength and comfort to get through this difficult time!!

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