Davidson, Scott S.

May 29, 1961 - February 11, 2014

Scott Stephens Davidson passed away on Monday February 10th after a long term illness. He was at his home in Dallas TX surrounded by family and loved ones.

Scott was born in Dallas on May 29th 1961 the youngest son of Dorthy and Harry Davidson.  He was a dedicated family man to his fiancée, Debbie Causey  and her children Heather and Hannah.  Scott loved spending time with his girls.  He would love watching movies and eating a nice big pizza. Another love of his was snowcones, which he shared with his surrogate son Thumper, his pet dog.  One of his favorite sayings was “Hate the sin, love the sinner” which he passed on to his girls.  He was regarded as a very generous, loving, caring and humorous man.  His sense of humor will be missed.

Scott began his career as a licensed public insurance adjuster in his home state of Texas. Throughout his career, Scott worked tirelessly to prepare and settle complex property damage claim matters.  He later grew his career with moves to St. Louis, Missouri and Denver, Colorado and he became a partner to Pat Bickford of Adjusters International Colorado, Inc. and served as the managing partner for their Texas operation until his death for over 20 years.   Scott was  a champion for the rights of the insured, Scott believed in providing outstanding service to his clients and helping those in need of his expertise and he was a proud member of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters and the Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. He had a reputation of  being a man of integrity.

Scott’s colleagues will miss his kindness and his warmth. Undoubtedly, all who knew him will cherish the memories of his quick wit and sense of humor. The practical jokes and antics put forth by “Mr. Wonderful” and  “Mr. Handsome” will surely be missed by all.

Scott is survived by his fiancée Debbie Causey, Debbie’s daughters Heather and Hannah, his four brothers, Jimmy, Hil, Billy, Jeffrey, and his dog Thumper; nieces and nephews: Alison Davidson Slaton, Bridgham & Ben Davidson.

A memorial service for Scott will be held on Tuesday, February 18th at 12:30PM at the following location:

Prestonwood Baptist Church Plano Campus
6801 W. Park Blvd
Plano, TX 75093
It is at the corner of Midway and Park

There will be a reception immediately following the service at the same location.

Scott was very generous and had many favorite charities; therefore, in lieu of flowers, a donation to  a charity of your choice in his name would be very much appreciated.  Please ask for acknowledgements to be sent to:

Adjusters International
17130 Dallas Parkway, Suite #210
Dallas, TX 75248

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252



27 replies on “Davidson, Scott S.”

Sam boleman says:

Scott was a member of my class Lord Change my attitude last fall. I spoke to him last fall after he had missed a class. He was a great person and I really enjoyed knowing him. He is now at peace with the Lord. We will miss him, but blessed to have known him.

Charles Dale says:

Rest in Peace Scotty. You were a formidable competitor and made a lasting impact on the Public Adjusting industry. My prayers are extended to your loved ones at this time of loss.

Sheri Stinson Beach says:

You will forever be in the hearts of those in the RHS Class of ’79! The 5 mins we spent talking at our 30th reunion, means even more now. You’re such a gentleman and loved by many. May you rest in peace. Thanks for the memories!

Ann Fuller says:

I am so very sorry to hear of Scotty’s departure from this earth. I have such fond memories of him growing up across the street from us. Sending prayers for the entire Davidson family.

Maura Young says:

So sorry to hear the sad news. I first met Scotty in 1980 when he was an incredible dancer for Papagayo in Northpark. He was always so nice and full of energy. Most recently, at Lake Lewisville, enjoying his boat and socializing with friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family and loved ones~

Jim Melby says:

Scott and I were neighbors and good friends when we lived next door to one another (1968-1974) on Meadowcreek Drive in Dallas. His energy was boundless and he was a good friend. I have thought of him frequently over the years and we exchanged notes a few times. I deeply regret that we will not be able to reminisce about the mischief we got into as young boys. On behalf of my family, our condolences to all his family and friends.

jo pressly says:

Scottie was a great guy, my second son I called him as he resembles my own son, Bill I found him a great home through a builder friend of mine. Was shocked and saddened by his current loss as we had talked late January.

Rodney Brown says:

Scotty my good and lifelong friend, you left us way too early! You will be greatly missed by me and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing you. Rest in peace my friend and I look forward to seeing you again when we are walking the streets of gold in heaven with our savior!

Tim Lyons says:

I met Scott many years ago on flight from Puerto Rico to DFW. We were sitting next to one other and struck up a relaxed conversation that lasted the entire flight. He was a very nice and warm person. We discovered that his niece is, Alison Davidson, a great friend of our daughter Kate and our family. We both felt as if we had entered the twilight zone and laughed hysterically. He was a wonderful man and will be missed by all.

Richard & Carol Brandle says:

Scott, we’ll miss seeing you, your smiles, and sweet spirit on your walks with Thumper. Thanks for being such a super neighbor! I’m sure we’ll be neighbors in heaven too!

Beth and Johnson Ellis says:

What an incredible man who loved Debbie and the girls so like Christ! Grateful for his legacy. Thinking and praying for you, Debbie, Hannah and Heather! Love you all!

Candy Branson says:

I have known Sott Davidson since I was 14 years old. My sister Debbie and Scott met at Richardson High School. He has been a part of our family for so long. Personally he was a big brother to me with a big beautiful heart and a larger than life personality. He loved my sister and her daughters so incredibly much! He has shown so much love to our whole since day one! I will miss him more than I can say and will love him always!!!!!!

Cheryl Johnson says:

Scott saved Dallas taxpayers $6M by simply knocking on my door one day and offering to help. I learned that you don’t have to be a good salesperson by being aggressive. Through the next 16 years I counted on him for advice many times. Scotty and his knowledge, kindness and humor will be greatly missed.

Bob Brooks says:

I was blessed to be Scott’s neighbor. My favorite memory of Scott was at Christmas. Besides always bringing my dog rocky (who he loved as his own) a big bone, he would bring us over some reindeer food for the boys. We would put it out. Then Scott would come over in the middle of the night and make it look like the reindeer had been there. Scott will be deeply missed.

Anisha & Konark Singh says:

Scott you will be definitely missed by us. When we moved in to our new place Scott was the first person to come and greet us and welcome us to the neighborhood . He was so full of life and energy and always ready to help people. Scott also taught my dog Daphne to sit and lie down which i will never forget.We were very lucky to have known him even though for a short period of time. God bless his soul!

Kermith Sonnier says:

Sorry for you’re loss. My prays are with all of Scott family

John Clark says:

Scott was one of my first clients ages ago when I started running my IT company full time. His trust in me help me be successful. “Thank you”, Scott. I wish I would have told you that.

Dawn Cable says:

Scott Davidson was the best boss and I pray what he taught me and all of us prevails: People before profit, the best person to be is yourself, & “free, good advice” is not a bad phrase but a golden rule … Scott, I thank you for all the lessons, smiles, and challenges we shared. I will miss you beyond words. Rest in Peace, you deserve it.

Henry Rodriguez says:

Scott, It was an honor and privilege to have had you grace and enhance my life as I am sure you did all those whose life you touched.
“If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever.” Until we meet again my friend, God Speed…

Barry Flax says:

I have worked at Adjusters International for close to 20 years (on the East Coast). In my early work years I would see Scotty 2 or 3 times a year at various conferences. He was always the life of the party, he was always pleasant, he was always fun, he was always nice to people. What a good man he was. I really liked him! Way way way too young to have left us. My sincere condolences to all of his family, friends and colleagues. He will certainly be missed.

Heather says:

Scotty Boo, you will always be my one and only Dad. Words cannot describe how distraught your 3 girls have been, we miss you so much! You took us in under your wing 14 years ago and raised us. Thank you for loving my mother more than anybody ever could, and thank you for always believing in me no matter the circumstances- you were my biggest fan. Thumper misses you so much, he looks for his daddy every day. I don’t understand why God took you from us because I wasn’t ready to let you go but I know you are no longer in pain. Your life was lived to the fullest, and even though it was way too short, you touched and inspired more people than you will ever know. I love you so much!!!! I am so proud to call you my Dad!

Alisha Smith says:

What can I say, he loved my sister unconditionally. I knew it from the start. It made me so happy when they reconnected. I loved Scott, he’s always been a part of our family. I asm so grateful he came into your lives and became your Dad. He loved all 3 of you so much, remember everything he taught you. His love is the light that shines in your eyes, all of you.

Jeff Davidson says:

Scott my Brother & my Best Friend:

Your life upon this Earth was brief, but you packed 90 years worth of life into only 52. You showed us by example that with Integrity, Humor, Compassion, Grace and Love for All that you will now Live Forever in the Hearts and Minds of those that you Touched.

I Cherish the Day that we will be Together Again for Life Everlasting.

Love, Jeff

Claire McCraw says:

Rest in Peace Scott. I’m so glad you are no longer in pain and suffering, but my heart breaks for Heather, Debbie and Hannah. You always made me feel so welcome and always made me laugh. I’m so thankful I knew someone like you! My prayers go out to your family during this hard time.

Pramala Spencer says:

Dear Scott, I will miss your jokes and our debates/discussions, you always made us laugh. I admired your honesty and integrity as well as your ability to connect with people at all levels in life and work. I am so glad we reconnected and it has been a privilege to work for you and to spend time with you these past few months. May you rest in Peace.

Hannah Causey says:

There is so much to say, but all I want to say is that you were truly my dad and I love you so much. You were my best friend and you still are, you were such a blessing and inspiration to so many, but I know your up there with the big guy. I love you dad and I miss you like no other.

John Dee says:

When I called Scott’s cell phone today (7/25/14) & heard someone else’s pre-recorded message my heart sank. Doing an Internet search confirmed what I feared. I met Scott in 2008 after Hurricane Ike. He helped our company with the insurance damage claim, a significant amount for our company. Scott was very, very good at interpreting the insurance policy, presenting material for the claim, & representing us. Most of all, he was a GREAT Christian person. I will truly, truly miss him. Condolences to all of the loved ones he has left on Earth. With our faith, we will see Scott again. God bless all of you.

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