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March 27, 1964 - June 14, 2019

A service to commemorate Scott’s life will be held on Wednesday, June 19, at 1:00 p.m. at the Joldersma & Klein Funeral Home, 917 S. Burdick Street. Friends may call on the family on Tuesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home, and for an hour prior to the service on Wednesday. Memorials may be made to Rose Arbor Hospice, c/o the funeral home.

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Lynette and family so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Lynn Marceau on June 18, 2019

I am saddened to learn of Scott’s passing. I have only fond memories of Scott and our High School days together in Schoolcraft. He was a true friend and always fun to be around. My thoughts go out to everyone as you celebrate Scott’s life.

Posted by Jim Migliaccio on June 18, 2019

You were my oldest cousin I will miss you dearly. We were not close but we were also 8yrs apart. I remember you loved kiss as a teen and you were the one person who got me hooked on cheeseburger in paradise when I was 10yrs old. I still love that song. You always told me the song short people was my song. My love and prayers to your family in these hard times. Love you and miss you.

Posted by Dawn Huffstutter knobloch on June 17, 2019

Very sorry to hear about my old friend "Huffy". I have worked too many jobs and too many long hours to count with Scott. So many laughs, I could always count on him. He was a great friend and Carpenter buddy. You will be missed old friend.

Posted by James Phillips on June 17, 2019

Lynette and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences are extended from Lori and I. Stay strong.

Posted by Mitchell Repp on June 17, 2019

Scott was a wonderful Schoolcraft High School classmate. He had a great sense of humor and an uncanny ability to make others laugh. He always smiled and encouraged classmates, especially those in Building Trades, where he learned basic carpentry skills. He even saved the lives of classmates by alerting them of overhead support trusses that were about to fall at the worksite. As you celebrate the life of Scott, may you find comfort in knowing that Jesus required Scott’s carpentry skills to help build His eternal mansion in heaven. One day, you will be reunited and see the mastery of Scott's craftsmanship in the presence of God. Therefore, “Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto myself; that where I am , there ye may also be.” John 14:1-3.

Posted by Sharon (Schmidtke) O\'Hara on June 17, 2019

So sorry to hear of the loss of Scott. I have a lot of fond memories from our Schoolcraft days.

Posted by Greg Dean on June 16, 2019

Precious family my heart is with y'all, wishing I could be there as support. I will be with y'all in spirit, holding your hand, hugging you close and loving you with all my might. May God's comfort and hand embrace you. Till I see y'all our love and many prayers, aunt cheryle and uncle jake

Posted by Cheryle Zoutendyk on June 15, 2019