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Scott F. Shepherd
September 2, 1949 ~ August 11, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Scott F. Shepherd, 73, of Augusta, Georgia, entered into rest on Friday August 11, 2023.
Scott was born on September 2, 1949, to Carolyne "Honey" Morgan Shepherd. After graduation from Butler High School in 1967, Scott began a career in business, owning a successful residential and commercial plumbing company. Scott worked with his sons for many years to build a flourishing company which would become part of his legacy.
Although plumbing was Scott’s business, antiques were his passion, and he owned and operated a thriving antique store in the Augusta area. Scott had a keen eye for spotting antiques while visiting yard sales and auctions and was an avid collector of Fenton glass, coins, and Masters memorabilia, among other collectibles. He enjoyed running the store with his "antique wives" and sharing his knowledge with his family, often gifting his grandchildren antique toys.
Scott was a lifelong fan of the Atlanta Braves and enjoyed watching baseball with his family. He also enjoyed golfing in his younger years and spent many days on local golf courses.
Scott was preceded in death by his mother, Carolyne Shepherd. Scott is survived by his sons, Brian (Katie) Shepherd, Trey (Tiffany) Shepherd, and Tony (Heidi) Shepherd; five grandchildren, Morgan, Griffin, Alex, Ella, and Bennett; his brother, Kirk (Pam) Shepherd; and nephews, Jason, Kris, and Lee.
The family would like to express their sincere thanks to Enhabit Hospice Care and Visiting Angels Home Health Care, especially Tammy and Dallas, for their kindness, compassion, and assistance over the last several months.
Scott will be deeply missed by his family and friends who find comfort in knowing that he is resting in the arms of Jesus.