April 12, 1948 ~ February 8, 2010
Funeral mass for Scoggie Uvalde James Stoermer, 61, of Lone Star will be celebrated at 1 P.M., Friday, February 12 at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Daingerfield by Father Juan Sardinas, Monsignor Jerry Priest, and Reverend Ambrose Chinnappa. Burial will follow in Our Lady of the Pines Cemetery, in Daingerfield. Mr. Stoermer died Feb. 8, 2010 in a Plano, Texas hospital. He was born April 12, 1948 in Monroe, Louisiana. He was treasurer for Our Lady of Fatima Church, and a member of both English and Spanish choirs. He was secretary of the Knights of Columbus; Lone Star, Texas Fire Chief, an EMT, and an electrician for A&E Machine Shop. Mr. Stoermer was preceded in death by his mother, Helen Devereux Stoermer. Survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law Chris and Racheal Stoermer of Krum, Greg And Jana Stoermer of Tyler and Tim Stoermer of Denton; one daughter and son-in-law Misty and Aaron Johnston of Denton; his father Uvalde Rocky Stoermer of Lone Star; seven grandchildren McKenze, Jane, Levi, Ethan, Trevor, Kaleigh and Claire Stoermer; two brothers Karl Stoermer and Jerry Stoermer; six sisters Kathleen Trimmell, Janine Burrows, Mary Davis, Yvette Jirka, Helen Jirka and Josie Kachnik. In lieu of flowers, Scoggies family would like friends to make donations to one of the following charities: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International 120 Wall Street 19th Floor New York,NY10005 Phone: (800) 533-2873 Lone Star Volunteer Fire Department 201 W. Industrial St Lone Star, TX 75668 Viewing will be on Thursday, February 11th and the family will receive friends from 5-7 PM with Rosary will be recited at 7 PM at the funeral home in Hughes Springs.
My sympathy to Scoggie's family. I enjoyed working with him over the last few years in Homeland Security matters.
So very sorry to hear of Scoggie's passing. My sympathy to the entire Stoermer family. I have Scoggie and all of you in my prayers.
I knew Scoggie as part of the ACTS community of St. Matthew's in Longview. He was a wonderful person and loved by many. May God Bless his family.
I have fond memories of Scoggie during the times we spent at Daingerfield High. I wish I had spent more time with him over the years.
On behalf of the nurses at UNT we want to offer our deepest sympathy and prayers. may God keep you all trough it all.
I am so sorry to hear about Scoggie. My prayers are with your family.
we want to say our pray are with the family and we are sorry for your lost. God bless you
To his family:May you remember the happy days and memories of such a special man.Sincerely,Patti Felker ThompsonClassmate Daingerfield '66
My prayers are with the family. When we lose a classmate it's like losing part of our family.
Scoggie was always the first to volunteer & always the last to leave. My fondest memories are the ones when we chaperoned the youth to their various activities. We had a blast when we went to 6 Flags & bless his heart for braving those yearly trips to Chuck E Cheese with me! With always a kind word & truly the most positive outlook possible, he will genuinely be missed.
Scogie and I spent time together during ACTS retreats and I got to him really well, he was a true servant. Scogie ministered to my step son Phillip at the ACTS retreat and even sent him follow up emails after the retreat was over. We will miss him dearly.
When I think of Scoggie , I remember years ago when he was taking drivers training along with myself and another girl. It was obvious that he already knew how to drive & I am sure Coach Woods was very glad. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.LDA
Greg,I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I lost my dad over a year ago and I know exactly how you are feeling. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
With deepest sympathy for the family.
I am so sorry to hear about Scoggie. He and his family were neighbors of mine in Lone Star,TX. Praying for his family.
Remembering Scoggie, Karl and all the family – so many happy memories growing up at DHS together. You are all in our hearts and prayers. God bless you.
Our love and prayers go out to all of you on the loss of Scoggie. Although many years have gone by since we all grew up together, the memories live as if it were yesterday.
St. Augustine (year 354 to 430) is reported to have prayed "Lord, shine your glorious light into the darkness of my heart." I believe one of our Lord's many divine responses to such prayers was to loan to our troubled world Scoggie Stoermer, a regular day to day kind of guy who years ago shined his light into my young heart and has since brightened the hearts of many others. His high character, his smile, his laugh and his sense of humor will now shine on forever in my heart. What a pleasure to have known and been so very close to such a great kid. I am his first cousin and his old friend from the 1950s.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and community at this time of great loss.
Greg, we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and the kids.
Scoggie…I will truly Miss you!!! and will always carry the memories of the calls you helped us out with. You Loved life and Loved your job and and had God # 1 in your Life and it showed in Everything you did. We are the lucky ones to have had the privilege to have had you as a Friend and Father and Son and and Uncle and Grampie. God has an amazing Man in his corner. You will be truly missed my Friend!!!
My prayers are with you all.Sherry Satterfield Ray
To Uncle Rocky and the entire Stoermer family: Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Scoggie was a remarkable person. What a wonderful role model he was for everyone. He will always have a special place in my heart. We had lots of good times growing up and I will cherish every memory I have of Scoggie. I feel like we were all blessed to have such a loving family and I will dearly miss Scoggie. I love you guys.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Sincerely,Joey and Senta MacaraegDenton, TX
My heart goes out to the family at this time of grief but he is truly in a wonderful place now.
To The Stoermer Family:Two weeks have passed since Scoggie's death and I think of you often hoping everyone is doing okay at this time of loss. Early on, Scoggie was one of us blessed kids who enjoyed the abundant love and respect we all received from our grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles. In building on his happy youth, Scoggie went forward with his productive life to become a father, a contributor to his family, church, and community, and in many ways an inspiring role model for us all. Max and I send our prayers and condolences while we share in your loss of this delightful man. May God continue to bless you all.
Scoggie, sorry it took me so many years to check on your status. I just assumed you would outlive all of us. I remember you as a kind, loving and family oriented man. The world is at a loss, my prayers are with you and your family.