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Scott Clifford Angen

September 16, 1957 ~ March 6, 2018 (age 60)

     Scott Clifford Angen was born in Owatonna, MN on September 16, 1957. When Scott's mother was no longer able to take care of him at nine months old, his loving parents Harland and Violet and sister Susan brought him home.

     Scott enjoyed a wonderful childhood living at "Carlos International Airport".  As a young child Scott was in the Cub Scouts. As Scott got older he had a love of cars, owning old cars and even a Corvette.  Scott had a business in his father and grandfather's car dealership.  He detailed cars, turning the old into new again. Scott loved anything with a motor, be it snowmobiling on grass, motorcycling, fast boats or fast cars. He loved them all. Scott raised and raced sled dogs for a while. In 1980 Scott and his beloved blue-eyed white husky, Frosty won a 1st place trophy in the Tuffys weight pull championship.  Scott pursued aircraft training for a while with his father who was an avid pilot. Scott always helped out at the Alexandria Air Show and was a regular at the Osh Kosh Show in Wisconsin.

    Scott enjoyed spending time with friends at their annual summer get together camp out, Woodsman Annual. Scott enjoyed all things outdoor; camping, fishing, snowmobiling and boating. He enjoyed camping in Nimrod, MN with his children many summers. Scott worked for the Data Trails and Andes Tower Hills for many years.  He also worked as a custodian for Douglas County Hospital for many years.  When the hospital built their helicopter pad, that was Scott's baby.  He made sure the pad was always clear of snow and ice, even though it was not his responsibility. 

   Scott will be best remembered for his volunteering. Always helping at the air show and Masonic Lodge.  Scott always made sure to bag up snacks and make coffee for the AAHRMS group at the Marion Building.  After Scott was diagnosed with dementia he still wanted to make a difference. He was very proud to be part of the annual Bootstrap Walk as well as the Mental Health Walk.  He enjoyed playing cards and cribbage with his parents a couple times a week. 

   Scott had a love of life and special bond with his first grandchild Matthew. Scott would make weekly candy deliveries to Matthew, to the chagrin of his daughter. 

   Scott lost his battle with dementia on March 6th at the Douglas County Hospital at the age of 60 years old.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Harland and Violet Angen and his nephew Jacob Hanson.

   Scott is survived by his sister Sue (Jon) Hanson and family,  his brother Carl (Betty) Nyberg and family, his son Adam, his daughter Miranda (Jeff Laurent) his daughter Ariel and his grandchildren,  Matthew, Tristan, Lexie, Vayda, Trapper, Josephine, Khloe and Oliver, children's mother Jenna Bous.

A Visitation will be held on Monday, March 12, 2018 from 4-7 PM with a 6 PM Prayer Service at the Anderson Funeral Home.

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