Connor Scott King

Connor Scott King, 19, passed away August 1, 2019 in Beaumont, Texas.

Service Information: Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, August 10, at Lake Shore Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Kimball Cemetery in Kopperl, Texas.

Connor graduated high school from Mascoutah High School in Mascoutah, IL.

He was preceded in death by his Nana, Shelia J.L. King; and PaPa, Marvin D. King.

Survivors include his father, Christopher King and wife, Cassie; brother, Caleb and sister, Clara of the U.S. Navy; mother, Deana Martin King of Orange, Texas; grandmothers, Renee of Kirbyville and Laura of Sandwich, IL; great-grandmother, Darlene of Orange, Texas; uncle, Travis of Silsbee, TX; aunts, Shelley and Debbie of Southeast, TX; along with many more cousins and extended family.

Connor was an organ donor through the Southwest Transplant Alliance where his legacy lives on in the many lives saved by his gift.

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  1. I am sad to here about his passing. He was friend from the cornerstone life group we were. I will always remember as a happy Kid

  2. Tina & Scotty Erwin

    May our Lord Bless and Comfort You and Your Family during this time of Grief. Please accept our sincere Condolences

  3. Praying for all of his family. We loved Connor when he was part of our group back in IL and he became family. So sad to hear of his passing. Going to remember the funny and joyful memories.


    Sending prayers your way as you mend during this difficult time. I pray that your hearts will heal as you remember all the happy times and joy he has brought to you as well as our family. I always got such a kick out of him telling stories and remember every little detail so vividly. Our family will love him always, Aunt Kathy, Uncle Bert, Brandy and “Super-Star” Shaun. XOXOXO

  5. Wow. Hearing about Connor’s passing was shocking. The suddenness of his death should remind us that each day presents to us an opportunity to love someone the way that Jesus would have. I am so sorry that he died and am hopeful that the Lord extended him grace as He has extended it to me. My condolences to him and his family

  6. Mike and Jessica Rowe

    Heartbreaking to learn of this. Connor was close with our family while he was in Illinois. A young man who is gone too soon. Many prayers for your family during this time.

  7. Jim & Stephanie Sleeper

    Chris & Cassie,

    We are so very sorry for your monumental loss. Please accept our deepest sympathy and blessings during this intensely difficult time. We wish you love, peace and hope for brighter days ahead. We remain close by to support you in any way possible.

    Jim, Stephanie & Carl Sleeper

  8. We were so fortunate to meet Connor when we came over to the States to meet the whole Family. He smiled the whole time we were in his company and was such a young Gentleman.
    We send our deepest love to the whole Family.
    Katy, Russell, Elliot and Molly

  9. I’m so Sorry for loss! God has a very Special Angel. You are all in my thoughts and Prayers. its so hard to believe life is very fragile and short! Wish I lived closer so I could be there for you! Hold each other very tight Conner would want you to be strong!

  10. Meg, Po, and Brian Snipes

    Our deepest and most sincerest condolences. We miss you all, and wish the best in these trying times. He leaves behind great memories for all those that had the honor of knowing him. Know that we stand by you, think of you, and will always be available should you ever need. We wish we were there to be by your side. Hope you have the fairest of winds and following seas. Love ya’ll.

    Meg, Po, and Brian

  11. Karla Marie Mercer

    So very sorry to hear this… prayers for Chris and Cassie!!! Sweetest little man I’ve ever met!

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