Scott Crittenden passed away in Salt Lake City during the early morning hours of September
20th, 2023. He was the son of Marge and Kay Crittenden and was born in Hoytsville, Utah on
October 22nd, 1956.
Scott grew up in Hoytsville and eventually began working in the road construction industry soon
after highschool. This led to his career with Road and Highway Builders which he held for 30+
During this time he had gotten married to his late wife, Lodell Crittenden, and had two children,
Tarra and Matt Crittenden.
In his years working with Road and Highway Builders he had come to love traveling and in time
found himself moving to Nevada, where he and Lodell had spent a majority of their life. They
bought a house, raised their children, and played a huge part in their grandchildren’s lives.
Scott was an avid Dallas Cowboys and Utah Jazz fan. He loved traveling on the road and
making trips to Evanston where he would buy as many fireworks as he could fit in the bed of his
He was always making people laugh and smile with his sense of humor and wild stories.
Scott was a huge fan of Kid Rock, Tom Petty, and The Charlie Daniels Band.
He loved nothing more than his dogs and his family, although he had his own special way of
Scott is survived by his two children- Tarra Crittenden and Matthew Crittenden. His
grandchildren- Tyler Crittenden, Sarah Crittenden, Miles Haynes, and Sophia Haynes. His great
grandchild- Ryder Crittenden, and his brother- Spencer Crittenden.
He is met at the gates of Heaven by his wife- Lodell Crittenden, his mother and father- Kay and
Marge Crittenden, and his sister- Gail Swenson.
Services will be held on Saturday September 23, 2023 at 2 pm at the Hoytsville Ward Chapel. A viewing will be from 1 - 1:45 p.m. prior to the services. Interment will be at the Hoytsville Cemetery.