Clayton ‘Scott’ Ohrwall, 58, San Antonio, Texas, died in his sleep on June 21, 2015. He was born Oct. 29, 1956, in Kenosha, to the late Audrey (Mack) and Clayton Ohrwall. He grew up in the Twin Lakes area, attended Randall Elementary, and was a 1975 graduate of Wilmot Union High School. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin–Stout with a Bachelor’s Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management, he went on to manage various restaurants in Wisconsin and Texas. He was a resident of San Antonio for most of the last 23 years, where he established the non-profit corporation International Angel Ministries, and worked very devotedly as a Reverend, spiritual counselor and spiritual teacher.

Throughout his life, Scott dedicated himself to teaching, mentoring, counseling and guiding many people through their troubled times and/or toward their life mission and path. He was a shining light, a very positive individual, and his love of life was truly amazing and contagious. Scott believed that, “There is no greater gift than to watch a soul develop into its full beauty.” He truly believed in “Where attention goes, energy flows, and that is what grows.” For those in need, Scott provided wise and encouraging words, a healing touch, advice, prayer, smile and/or a hug.

Survivors include his sister, Carol (Robert) Henry, Evergreen, Colo.; brother, Kirby (Ellen) Ohrwall, Palmetto, Fla.; numerous nieces, nephews, and many friends.

He was further preceded in death by his brother, Jeffrey Ohrwall.

Celebration of Scott’s Life was June 27, at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North in San Antonio. Mission Park Funeral Chapels North, San Antonio, served the family. Remembrances may be made at