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Casey Dean Stott

June 27, 1979 — January 14, 2024

In loving memory of Casey Dean Stott 


It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our dear husband, father and brother on January 14th, 2024. The fourth of six children, Casey was born in Bountiful, Utah on June 27, 1979, to Robert and Deanie Stott.


Casey was raised in Farmington, Utah, in a neighborhood he loved and where everyone knew his name. As such, his youth was reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell painting complete with rope swings, tubing down the creek, fort building in the “forest,” clandestine toilet papering, night games under a full moon, and conniving plans to sneak into Lagoon. Casey's most precocious coming of age stories always featured the famous “Nerd Herd,” a tight knit group of neighborhood boys who continue their friendship to this day. 


After graduating from Viewmont High School, Casey served an LDS mission to Rome, Italy.  He loved his time in Italy and the incredible people and mission companions he served with, many of whom he continued to keep in touch with to this day. Casey often told stories about his time in Italy while making his famous pasta. It was always his dream to return with his family and share the beautiful places he had come to love. 


After returning from Italy, Casey attended Utah State University where he met Cali, the yin to his yang.  Cali first spotted Casey at church and was instantly drawn to his handsome Tom Selleck like sideburns.  Her secret crush was soon exposed and their long love story began. His steadfastness, care, loyalty and bringing ice cream to her in the hospital during her long recovery from a serious accident ensured he was the man for her.  They were married on July 19th, 2002 in the Salt Lake City Temple and this past year they celebrated 21 years together. 


Upon graduation from Utah State, Casey pursued a successful career in financial services and consulting. Though he loved movies and dreamed of being in film and production, his bright mind and talents were a natural fit for consulting and non bank services across operations and compliance. In every position Casey held he was loved and admired by all of his coworkers; as stated by one, “Casey was one of the kindest and hardest working people I have ever known. I had the privilege of working alongside him for many years. He never complained, always worked hard and consistently went above and beyond. Outside of work he was a great friend and dedicated family man.” 


Casey had a voracious love of acquiring knowledge, fostering a unique ability to retain random facts and information. He was like a walking Google search engine.  Whether it was which actors won Oscars, the politics of the Middle East, facts about the universe or who the Kardashians were dating, Casey was in the know. His love of trivia made him a Jeopardy enthusiast which he loyally watched for decades. 


Music was a constant in his life and he enjoyed classic groups like the Beatles and Dave Matthews Band, while continually expanding his genres with new and current artists. His love for music passed on to his children and was a constant source of joy in their home having dance parties in the kitchen, on family drives to the next adventure or a verbose sing along. 


Casey was good and loyal to his core with the exception of being the first in his family to embrace the University of Utah’s football team. His Utah roots remained true as he was forever faithful to his Utah Jazz often staying up late to watch their games. 


Casey loved spending time with his siblings, cousins and family, hiking, exploring and camping in Southern Utah. He always greatly anticipated the famous Stott reunions with Uncle Lee’s crazy games or the highly competitive frisbee golf tournaments. 


Casey’s greatest love was for Cali and their three beautiful children, Emma, Hailey, and Cameron. They are his lasting legacy. He beamed at their accomplishments, laughed at their antics, and supported their passions, goals, and pursuits. As a tight knit family, Friday nights were spent playing games while enjoying Casey’s Utah inspired root beer-freeze. He was always up for a family waterfall hike in the beautiful North Carolina mountains or a simple evening stroll on cool summer nights.  While some of their favorite adventures were spent riding bikes at the Carolina beaches, as a family they enjoyed just the simplicity of being together. One of the last conversations he had was with his best friend where he shared how it was his children that brought him the most joy and pride. Just thinking about them brought tears to his eyes.


To know Casey was to love him. Casey you are loved and you will be missed tremendously.  We are grateful for the years we had together, for your kind and loyal heart and your love for family.  May your legacy continue to shine on through the lives of those you loved most and may your spirit feel our love for you.



Casey is preceded in death by his parents, Robert Stott and Deanie Russell Stott.  He is survived by his wife Cali Stott, children Emma, Hailey and Cameron Stott; and his siblings, Jenna Riggs, Lynley Hogan, Jaclyn Black, Carrie Hughes, and Jeff Stott. 




A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 27th at 2pm at the Russon Brothers Mortuary, 1941 North Main Street, Farmington Utah. 


The service will be streamed live on this obituary page below. The livestream will appear 10-15 minutes prior to the service. 


The family appreciates memorial tributes be directed to the funeral and college fund to assist with expenses. The link to donate is here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-support-the-stott-family?utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&utm_medium=sms&utm_source=customer



Should you feel led to send flowers they can be sent to Russon Mortuary in Farmington. Thank you.






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Memorial Service for Casey Stott

Saturday, January 27, 2024

Starts at 2:00 pm (Mountain time)

Russon Mortuary & Crematory - Farmington

1941 N. Main St., Farmington, UT 84025

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