Kevin C Scully

Kevin C. Scully passed away on Saturday, June 29th, 2024, in League City, Texas, at the age of 61. Kevin was born on June 8th, 1963, in Port Arthur, Texas, to George Jr & Mary Scully.

Kevin graduated from Bishop Byrne Catholic High School in 1981 and excelled with their football team, “The Shamrocks.” Kevin was known as “The Golden Toe” for consistently scoring the winning field goals barefooted in the freezing cold, even contributing to the team winning one of the State Championships. It foreshadowed his toughness and strength when the team needed him the most. He also enjoyed some side fun for the local radio station, B95, as the fun “Super Bee” in Port Arthur, TX, and a skilled painter and body technician at a local auto repair shop. Kevin then prepared for his next level of service.

Following in the footsteps of his Pawpaw, Sergeant Samuel Joseph Glorioso, and his uncle, Sergeant Charles John Glorioso, Kevin graduated from the US Marine Corps boot camp in San Diego, CA, at Camp Pendelton. Kevin was stationed in Camp Lejeune, NC, and served overseas in Italy. As a corporal, Kevin obtained his high rankings in marksmanship, along with several other accommodations. Kevin spoke of his proudest moment when he shook Pope John Paul II’s hand while on one of his tour deployments. While on duty, Kevin sustained some injuries, and he was honorably discharged. It was a sad day for him as he loved the Marine Corps.

Upon returning to Texas, Kevin joined his brother’s company in 1994. Kevin touched and contributed to every department in the company and was always considered the go-to person for anything needed. He helped with the towing, with the Call Center, and managed a large facility in Houston, TX. Kevin elevated his calling when he obtained his auctioneer license in multiple states and was the leading auctioneer for the company. Kevin’s high energy and drive have undoubtedly impacted everyone around him throughout his 31+ years with Apple Towing Co., and Apple Auctioneering Co. Kevin has contributed so many ways to their success. His dedication was evident in everything that he did. He was more than a colleague; he was a friend to many and a source of inspiration for all of us.

Kevin also served his community by donating his services to local charity auctions, such as the Houston Police Officers Union (H.P.O.U), for over ten years, bringing ‘top dollar’ for all the items being donated for auction. Rumor has it that auctioneer Kevin Scully was a celebrity on stage, and he was going to get you to spend that money for a good cause. Kevin may have started that rumor as well. Laughing…. that was Kevin!

Kevin and his wife, Sofia Scully, loved any fast car racing and attended numerous NASCAR races, sporting events (Go Cowboys!!!), and the loud noises & buffets of a casino. His favorite side companion was their little dog Brady, who was also known to be sitting on Kevin’s lap in front of the “Top Dollar” slot machine. Kevin said it was his guard dog. If you ever overheard, “Top Dollar, Makes Ya Hollar,” that was Kevin.

Kevin had a sense of humor and always had a story to share. You could not leave without him walking you to the car and telling more stories. You would always leave him laughing and smiling, and that’s what he liked! Throughout his life, Kevin was characterized by his selfless nature and unwavering willingness to assist others. His memory will be cherished by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Kevin was preceded in death by his father, George L. Scully Jr., and his grandparents, Sam and Evelyn Glorioso, George L. Scully Sr., and Mary Hebert Scully.

He is survived by his loving wife, Sofia Scully of League City; Mother Mary Scully of League City, daughter Mary Barney and husband, Brett of West Virginia; Granddaughter, Shelby Rae Scully, son Matthew Scully, son David Jay, brother Lee Scully and wife Blanca of McAllen, brother Steve Scully and wife Shelia of Beaumont, brother Michael Scully and wife Cinnamon of League City, and brother Darren Scully and wife Lana of Waco. He will be dearly missed by a multitude of nieces, great-nieces, nephews, great-nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family members, and friends whose lives he touched in profound ways.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, July 13, 2024, at Crowder Funeral Home, 111 E. Medical Center Blvd, Webster, TX 77598, at 10:00 am. Following the service, family and friends are welcome to celebrate Kevin’s life at Mike & Cinnamon’s home in League City, TX.

In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Tunnel for Towers Foundation at Kevin always loved supporting the nation’s first responders and service members!

Cremation services are under the direction of Crowder Funeral Home – Webster, TX.


  1. On Behalf of DR.Dianne Wollaston and staff we would like to give our condolences.To His beautiful wife Sofia and his family.We are very saddened to hear about the passing of MR Kevin Scully .He was loved by everyone at the office and we are going to miss him dearly.May Almighty God comfort and strengthen his family in this time of mourning .May he continue to rest in peace.Gone to soon Angel.

    Yolande Dolabaille
  2. My condolences to Sofia,and Kevin’s entire family,Kevin was a great friend, l will miss him but will always remember having fun and laughing with Kevin.

    Jack McMichael
  3. Thank you for the memories

    Bryan Gaspard
  4. I am so deeply sorry to hear of such a tremendous loss for the Scully family! You’ll all be in my thoughts & prayers! 🙏🙏🙏

    Bob Cherry
  5. Sonny and Sheila Jones from Waco sends our heart felt condolences and love to all of Kevin’s family and friends. We feel like we know Kevin by reading his obituary.

    Sonny Jones
  6. On behalf of TTSA, please accept our deepest sympathies. We are wishing you and your family courage and peace during this time of mourning.

    Dana Gardiner
  7. My deepest condolences to the Sofia and Scully family. Wishing you comfort and peace during this difficult time of mourning.🙏🙏🙏

    Aurora & Rudy Pena
  8. Prayers for peace and comfort

    Jackie Brightwell
  9. Sending our deepest condolences to my sister Sofia Scully and the Scully family over the loss of my brother-in-law Kevin Scully. Kevin was such a caring, loving, gracious person, and his wonderful memories will forever live in our hearts. May the Lord embrace and guide Sofia and his family through this difficult time.

    Frances and Gus Diaz
    • This is going to be a hard day for Sofia and all of our family. Kevin was very special to all of us. He was more than a nephew to me. He was like my little brother. I’m going to miss you Kevin. My heart is breaking and will have a missing part always with you gone.

      Carmen and Luis Perello
  10. My deepest condolences to Kevin’s family.
    I had the privilege of knowing Kevin my
    prayers are with his family. Kevin was a wonderful person.
    Rest in peace now you are with our lord!!

  11. Our deepest condolences to the Scully and extended family. Kevin was a good friend and I know his presence will be sorely missed. May God bless and keep you all during this time of loss.

    Ricky Rodriguez
  12. Kevin was one of a kind. He always had a smile on his face and a welcoming spirt. My heart is broken. My thoughts and prayers are with Sofia, Mary and the Scully family. May the Lord give you all the peace that only comes from him. Kevin is free of pain and has a new body, He is rejoicing with his family in Heaven. Until we meet again Brother in Law. 🙏🏻✝️❤️😇

    Sharene Bailey

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