Scott S. Kidwell

March 12, 1973 ‒ October 10, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

Scott S. Kidwell, 44, went to his eternal home on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 following a massive heart attack.

Scott is survived by his best friend Sherry Meyer; parents, Jim and Ellen Kidwell of Lebanon, TN; two brothers, Todd (Heidi) Kidwell of Lewis Center, OH and Ian Kidwell of Knoxville, TN; one niece, Fallon (Josh) Tait of Heiskell, TN; two nephews, Gavin of Knoxville and Zane of Lewis Center.

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles #376, 127 E William St, Delaware, OH 43015. Greeting will begin at 2:00 pm, followed by a celebration of his life and food afterwards.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Scott’s memory to The Humane Society of Delaware County, 4920 State Route 37 East, Delaware, OH 43015 or the Make-A-Wish Foundation, 2545 Farmers Drive #300, Columbus OH 43235.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center of Delaware is assisting the family.

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  • So sorry for your loss, this world lost a very kind soul. You will be greatly missed….rest in Heaven our friend.

  • “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
    My sincere condolences to the Kidwell family and those who knew and loved Scott on the loss of your dear loved one. May these words of Revelation 21:4 from our Heavenly Father Jehovah (Psalm 83:18) give you a measure of comfort and strength to endure during this time of grief and deep sorrow.
    The Bible promises at Acts 24:15 of a resurrection, and John 5:28,29 gives us a real hope of being reunited with our dead loved ones. If you need answers to life’s big questions such as: Will suffering ever end? And, Can the dead really live again? The answer is yes! Visit
    Wishing you peace and comfort

  • So sorry to hear that Scott has been called home. Jim and Ellen you are in our prayers. May the Holy Spirit provide comfort and reassurance in these times.

  • Words are the garnish of an embrace for those who loved Scott.

    Even Jesus who was and is the resurrection and the life shed tears over the death of his young friend Lazarus knowing full well that resurrection was only moments away. In the blink of and eye we too will be where Scott is and our tears will forever be gone. We can only prayerfully commend Scott into the loving arms of his Creator and our Savior and ask the Spirit’s peace rest on those who mourn.