Scott Jay Fryer, 64, Passed away at home in Cedar City, July 20, 2010. He was born April 30, 1946 to William "Bill" Fryer and Ined Melinda Nordstrom in Preston, ID. Scott was married to Leann Hull and later divorced. Surviving children from this union are William "Bill" Rinderknecht and Laurie Rinderknecht who were later adopted by their step father. While stationed with the Military in Korea, Scott met and married Yon Hee Shin. Later they were stationed in Weisbadden, Germany where their daughter, Angeline, was born. "Angie" is married to Justine Ayriss and survives her father. Scott was later discharged while stationed in El Paso Texas.Scott's earliest years were spent in Preston, ID. He was the youngest sibling of a blended family. Both parents met and married after becoming widowed with children, combined they had eleven offspring, Scott was the youngest. Scott's first job at age twelve was a "printer's helper" and at age fourteen he bought his first car. During his teen year's he took up playing the drums in a band that often entertained in the community and at high school dances. He especially loved Jazz.Scott brought his daughter, Angie, to Hurricane for her high school years. He spent many hours with Angie in the drama department of Hurricane high supporting her in her activities. Angie and drama were his passion. Scott also produced and directed several local community plays along with volunteering his time and technical talents with the St. George Musical Theater. When Angie went off to college, so did Scott to further his skills in the world of theater.While in the service Scott suffered a serious head injury that later would classify him as a disabled vet. More recently he was diagnosed with emphysema, both conditions made employment and other activities more difficult and he recently spent treatment time at the Salt Lake VA Hospital.In the last twenty years time was spent living closer to his niece, Karen Sewell and her husband, Larry, while they lived in Toquerville and Cedar City. Most recently his great nieces, Suzanna Sewell and Kari Ann Young, along with their parents, Karen and Larry Sewell, would spend frequent family dinners together or time at local community events.His death was sudden; but not a surprise given his health conditions. He will be missed.Memorial services will be held, Saturday, September 11, 2010 at 4:00pm in the Toquerville LDS Church located at 79 N. Toquer Blvd. Toquerville, Utah. For further information please call 435-773-5049. Karen Sewell Hm. Ofc 435-773-5049.