Scott C. Crandall, “Scottie Dog” chose to end this life’s journey on Sunday, July 25, 2021. He was born February 27, 1955, in Rupert, Idaho, to Page A. Crandall and Lorraine Garner Crandall. He married Carolyn “Crayola” Berger on 05/05/05.\r\n\r\nScott is survived by his wife Crayola Berger and his siblings; Sheryl Cleverly, Bryan (Peggy) Crandall, Kenneth (Wanda) Crandall, and Nancy (Ed) Allen, nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents and in-laws Blaine and Elaine Berger.\r\n\r\nPer Scott’s wishes, there will be no service. \r\n\r\nScott grew up in the Burley area of Idaho until his junior year of high school when his family moved to Provo. He worked as a real estate agent in the Price area, later moving to Yakima, Washington where he worked for a fire extinguisher company. In 1990, he returned to Utah and began working for Salt Lake City Corporation, starting at the Glendale Golf Course. He transferred to the City Recorder’s Office where he spent the rest of his 30+ year career as a Deputy Recorder. His knowledge and attention to detail made him the “go to” for personnel throughout the city. He will be dearly missed by his work friends and especially his closest work family. He retired in January 2021.\r\n\r\nKnown as “Mr. Sunshine” to many, he made us laugh with his jaded views of the world. A quick wit, Scottie comments are legendary, as was his almost constant singing, often of made-up songs with goofy lyrics. \r\n\r\nScott was an avid golfer and spent countless hours on courses throughout Utah, Idaho and Washington with Crayola and his family. He played to enjoy golf rather than beat someone else, which was a lasting lesson for his brothers, nephew Nate, and great nephew Jackson (his young padawan). Even his bad shots usually ended up playable, a phenomenon known fondly as a “Scott bounce”. On the way to the course, he watched for flags to gage how the wind would affect the round, prompting us to “look at that flag”. Future golf outings won’t be the same without him. \r\n\r\nScott and Crayola loved walking on their favorite trails throughout the valley. He enjoyed their back yard, a sanctuary where they fed and watched birds while sitting by their pond. He also loved spending time and playing games with family. Scottie was especially saddened by the recent death of Crayola’s father Blaine, who was his dear friend.\r\n\r\nWe will miss his kindness, caring, silliness, and soggy cereal breakfasts. We will miss him forever.\r\n\r\nSee you on the back nine Scottie dog.