May 25, 1961 ~ October 24, 2022

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Scott David Barnett, 61 or as he would say, “too damn old.”  He passed away unexpectedly on October 24th, 2022.  Scott was born on May 25th, 1961, in Indianapolis, Indiana to the late Lingle and Lela Barnett.  He was in customer service at UPS for many years.  Scott was a very kind and generous man.  He was a great man, brother, son, and uncle.

In these moments of heartbreaking grief, I remember the only reason we have an empty space. It’s because we are blessed with someone who loved us so beautifully, it occupied a part of our soul. Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Lingle and Lela Barnett.

Scott is survived by his sister, Cynthia Barnett; niece, Jennifer Brewer; great nieces, Brooklynn Brewer and Karma Brewer- Marsh; cousins, Fawn and Maria.

There will be a celebration of life to be announced at a later date.  Scott’s final resting place will be at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Fishers, Indiana.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to his sister, Cynthia Barnett or his niece, Jennifer Brewer, to assist with final expenses.

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. Scott, you were taken way too soon. You were the kindest and funniest guy, always a smile on your face and a twinkle in your eye. You made working fun. We spent so many years working together, but didn’t get a chance to enjoy some retirement time. We all loved you so much, you will be sorely missed. Rest easy my Scotty Boo Boo♥️

  3. From the fun times in CSTC to the Counter shenanigans, you kept a smile on our faces no matter what was going on. Fly high Scotty!! Spread you contagious humor and energy with all you meet! Memories of you will stay in my heart forever.

  4. Scott,

    Thank you for always having a smile on your face when I came to drop off packages. Thank you for being a father figure and keeping my spirits high when life was kicking me down. I’m sorry I couldn’t say goodbye. I hope I can still make you proud. – Geri

  5. Scott and I usually tried to have lunch together when we worked as Customer Service Reps in the “Call Center” at 6199 W 80th St in Park 100!
    I have so many many fond memories of Scott and all the time we spent together, if one of us had car trouble we would pick each other up, we laughed, cried and we even prayed together! May he rest in peace and may all that knew and loved him be comforted as only God can do! Peace be with us all! Humbly submitted and Reaoectfully yours,
    Barbara Bebley

  6. You’re going to be greatly missed Scott!!! I only got to know you for a few months, but you helped me tremendously when I started my clerk position, only a few months ago. We connected and BS’d like we were friends for a long time. Rest easy now good brother!!!

  7. I will miss you Scott, you were so pleasant and always willing to help. It was a pleasure knowing you. May you rest now! Praying for your family.

  8. You will be greatly miss Scott, you were very nice and kind. Thanks for sharing with me your good and bad moments, thanks for your encourage words when I felt down, thanks for helping me putting the packages in my car every time I came to ups.
    Rest In Peace and pray for all of us here on earth.

  9. Scotty the Mentor! You were so much fun to work with the past 25 years. I always assumed we would see one another again, you are gone too soon.
    I will have tears, smiles and laughs when I remember you.
    Love you

  10. Scott was a light that shined bright anytime we walked up to the UPS counter and he helped us. We our so sorry for the loss to his family as well as to our community. May God bless and comfort you.

  11. Scott
    You were one of the kindest guys I met while working in the CSTC. Lots of laughs and a few tears here and there. Even after all your health concerns you would always have kind words to say and always had that big smile on that handsome face of yours. May you now Rest In Peace dear friend.❤️

  12. Scott you are gone too soon & left behind so so many great memories over the years with all of us at UPS. You had an unforgettable laugh & smile that lit up the room when you entered. You’ll be missed! You were so loved by many! AND until we meet again 🙏

  13. Scott
    This saddens me so much. Finding the right words have been so hard. When I think of the 16th street counter I think of you. I see your face, Always with a sparkle in your eyes, and laugh on your lips. You brought levity to most situations. When I worked with you I was sure to be laughing at some point that day. You were amazing with the customers and your fellow co-workers. The patience you had with our customers especially with some of the more difficult ones was inspiring. You taught me a lot when I worked there. It was also comforting to know if I was working another counter you were a phone call away and could help me if needed. You truly had such a big heart. I will cherish all of our talks we had when I worked with you. You will be greatly missed by your UPS family.

  14. Scotty,
    You were a big part of my real life “the Office” experience at UPS CSTC. I will never forget the cigarettes and sarcasm we shared on so many stress latent days of the mindless bog the phone center bestowed upon us. I could always count on you for humor thur it all whether it was a subtle eye roll, smirk, or laughter. Thank you for your kindness, support and friendship. RIP you were loved by us all.

  15. Very deep sorry your loved loss brother …send our 🙏 to you and family and thinking ….. Glen Prows and Janice Koniar

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