Donate and Give Gifts\nTO WATCH THE WEBCAST OF THE FUNERAL SERVICES, PLEASE CLICK ON THE PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TAB FOR THE LINK. IF YOU ARE ON A CELL PHONE, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN.\n\nScott Lindsay Rowan (65) of South Pasadena, Florida, passed away August 16, 2021, surrounded by family. Scott was born on July 25, 1956 in Idaho Falls, Idaho to Marlon and Emma Rowan. He joined four older siblings: Linda, David, Victor, and Marsha. Scott’s mother died unexpectedly when Scott was just 5 months old. Soon after, Marlon met and married Sharon Johnson. Marlon and Sharon raised Scott along with two younger sisters, Kris and Shelly, in Ririe, Idaho. \n\nScott graduated from Ririe High School in 1974, attended one year at Rick’s College, then served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Pennsylvania Harrisburg mission. After his mission, Scott returned to Rick’s College where he graduated with an associate’s degree in business in 1978. He then transferred to Idaho State University to complete a bachelor’s degree in business in 1980. Scott returned to school at City University in Kirkland, WA, to become a Certified Public Accountant in 1992. \n\nAfter completing a degree at Idaho State University, Scott moved with his family to Edina, Minnesota, where he owned and operated his own business, a franchise of Tom’s Foods. In 1987 the family moved to Mount Vernon, WA. Scott spent the rest of his professional career as a corporate consultant and accountant residing in Clinton, UT; Boise, ID; Midway, UT; Orem, UT; Payson, UT; and St. Petersburg, FL. \n\nIn 1978 Scott married Jerri Schofield in the Idaho Falls temple. They had four children: Julie, April, Timothy, and Ryan. Following Scott and Jerri’s divorce, Scott married Joleen Meibos in 2000, expanding his family to include Joleen’s two daughters, Adryana and Heather. Scott and Joleen lived in Payson, UT, for many years. They spent the last five years soaking up the sun in the St. Petersburg, FL area. \n\nScott was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in many callings including in several bishoprics, as a high councilor, and as a ward pianist/organist. Scott was an accomplished pianist and filled his home with music. He enjoyed watching sports, especially football and baseball, and was an avid BYU sports fan. He traveled extensively throughout his career and loved to reminisce about his experiences traveling, especially the food. His greatest joy was his family. He continually provided them with unconditional love and support. He was a gentle, good-natured, and steady fixture in our lives, and he will be greatly missed.\n\nScott is preceded in death by his parents, Marlon and Emma, along with his brothers, Victor and David. He is survived by his wife Joleen Meibos Rowan of St. Peterspurg, FL/Payson, UT, Also his mother Sharon, sisters Linda (Gordon) Wesemann of Midvale, UT; Marsha Rowan of Salmon, ID; Kris (Bill) Rowe of Provo, UT; and Shelly (Tom) Williams of Mount Vernon, WA; and his 4 children, Julie (Rance) Patterson of Arlington, VA; April (Brandon) Wright of DeSoto, TX; Timothy (Amanda) Rowan of Dallas, TX; and Ryan (Joyce) Rowan of San Diego, CA; as well as his two step-children Adryana (Caleb) Slagle of Pulaski, TN; and Heather (Thad) Nielson of Payson, UT. He has 13 grandchildren.\n\nFuneral services will be held at the Nelson Family Mortuary in Provo, Utah on Saturday, August 28, 2021, at 11:00 am with a brief viewing one hour prior to the service. A graveside dedication will follow at the American Fork Cemetery located in American Fork, UT.