Scott Lyn Johnson, husband of Robyn Porray Johnson , and father of Taylor, Maleah, and Abigail unexpectedly passed from this earth on Saturday morning, September 26, 2015 at the age of 40. He was born on February 28, 1975 in Provo, UT to his loving parents, Bryan and Jerilynn Johnson of Orem, UT.\n\nFrom the time Scott was a toddler, his parents knew they had a rascal on their hands. From the ripe old age of 4, Scott loved adventure, including the multiple times he rode his tricycle over to Grand Centrala"soloa"and "parked it" in a regular parking spot so he could run in and grab a root beer from the cooler and have a refreshing beverage. Not to fear... the adults were always not too far behind!\n\nIn 3rd grade, he was hit with the "science bug" and his love of science followed him throughout the rest of his life. He loved the outdoors and the state of Utah with all his heart. He would never have thought of moving away from UT.\n\nScott's dad, Bryan, taught him everything he knew about fixing carsa"which was a lot! They built go-carts together. Scott and his parents and sister, Jen, went camping often even after his marriage when they increased the fun with having Robyn and the grandkids there. His Grandma and Grandpa Hoff, ever the loving grandparents, were integral parts of his life from the very beginning. They taught him much and he loved them beyond measure.\n\nIn junior high, Scott became a stellar trumpet player and was the1st chair player in the jazz band. At 14, he received his Eagle Scout Award, even though he had earned it two years before. His love of scouting continued throughout his life.\n\nHe was an avid baseball player and wrestler throughout his younger years and continued his love of sports as an adult by coaching PG Rec softball and baseball at Orem High. Scott graduated from Orem High School in 1993 with consistently high grades.\n\nOn September 27, 1997, Scott married the love of his life, Robyn Porray, in Orem, UT. They were later sealed together with two of their daughters, Taylor and Maleah at the Mt. Timpanogos Temple, August 2, 2003, and later blessed with the birth of their daughter, Abigail. They had so many wonderful adventures together camping, "Jeeping," fiercely supporting their daughters in every way, taking drives together just to talk and mostly, to always keep their "love like they were still teenagers" alive.\n\nIn 2007, he graduated from Utah Valley University with a B. S. in Biology. While there he was awarded the Kimball T. Harper Private Scholarship. Scott had been working toward his Masters Degree in Microbiology at the University of Utah. In his time there, he was the Dr. Harry Hill Academic Achievement Award Recipient.\n\nScott was currently employed at Great Basin Corporation as a Reagent Manufacturing Associate. Prior to that, he spent about 5 years as a Technologist and QC/Instrument Specialist at ARUP in Salt Lake City, UT.\n\nAs a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Scott was a Sunday School teacher and "the best Primary teacher ever!"\n\nScott gave to his community in multiple ways, coaching baseball, soccer (for each of his girls' teams over the years), and assisting the coaching staff at Pleasant Grove High School in numerous ways for three years.\n\nScott was preceded in death by his son, Ethan Scott, his grandparents Lyndall and Jean Hoff, and his grandparents Leon and Barbara Johnson and his brother-in-law, Timothy James Porray. He is survived by his wife, Robyn Johnson, his daughters, Taylor Anne (17), Maleah Ruth (13), and Abigail Jeanne (10). Also surviving are his parents, Bryan and Jerilynn Johnson, his sister Jennifer (Aaron) Clements, and his parents-in-law, Douglas Roswell Porray, and Judy (Lauren) Ball, brothers-in-law: David (Alisha) Porray and Scott (Nicole) Porray. Scott had numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews who will miss him very much.\n\nFuneral services will be held Monday, October 5, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in the Grove Creek Stake Center,1176 North 730 East, Pleasant Grove with a viewing from 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. prior to the services. Family and friends may also attend a viewing Sunday evening from 6 - 8 p.m. at Olpin Family Mortuary, 494 South 300 East, Pleasant Grove. Interment will be in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.olpinmortuary.com.