Malcolm Edward Scott

Malcolm Edward Scott, 27, of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away July 22, 2023 at home. Malcolm was born June 28, 1996 in Overland Park, Kansas.

From a very early age, Malcolm demonstrated a dry sense of humor, a thirst for knowledge and an aptitude for mechanical engineering and problem solving. Special areas of interest included the origins of life on our planet, archeology, and development of humans from early hominids to the present day. Military history was also a part of that fascination.  His study of genealogy enhanced his interest in Celtic history and traditions because of his own familial roots. He loved art in many forms, especially the paintings of Frederic Edwin Church and the films of Stanley Kubrick and Ridley Scott, among others. Malcolm enjoyed exploring and imagining advances in virtual reality and graphical rendering of objects and spaces. He enjoyed growing foods from seed to table. Malcolm was well-read and enjoyed conversing with a variety of people on all manner of topics.

Malcolm is survived by his mother and stepfather Mary and Joel Mack; father and stepmother Mark and Louann Scott; sisters Harriet Scott and Rachel Naseem; grandfather Rev. Harry Firth, and beloved cat Freyja.

A date has not yet been established, but placement of Malcolm’s ashes will be in the columbarium at St. Peter and All Saints Episcopal Church, 100 E. Red Bridge Rd, Kansas City, Missouri.


  1. Pat Ward on July 29, 2023 at 6:41 pm

    My heart goes out to all the family, it’s got to be so hard to lose someone so young, and with so much life to live ahead of him. I pray he is at peace now. I will be praying for the family, and my condolencesgo out to all the family.

  2. Marie Gail Stratford on August 3, 2023 at 6:07 pm

    Peace be with you at this time of loss.
    Marie Gail Stratford

  3. Jodi Lowry on August 4, 2023 at 4:25 pm

    My most sincere condolences for your loss, I will be praying for your family in this difficult time.

  4. Justin C Hardwick on October 17, 2023 at 3:28 pm

    I am so sorry, I should have been there for him.

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