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Scott Alan Schroeder
October 17, 1964 ~ May 18, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
Scott Alan Schroeder, the renowned jokester, not so fashionable dresser, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed way peacefully, but unexpectedly, at the age of 58 on Thursday, May 18, 2023 in Inman, South Carolina.
Scott is survived by his loving wife, Joanie Schroeder; children, Brittany Wilkie, Kassandra Schroeder Perkins, Hillary Schroeder, and Darrell Baughman; as well as, his three grandchildren, Malakai McCordic, Heidi Justice, and Sawyer Cromer.
While Scott left us all far too soon, the impact he had on his family, friends, and co-workers will be felt for many years to come.
Scott was an incredibly dedicated employee in the HVAC field for the majority of his adult life. He was truly the backbone of his family. In his spare time, he enjoyed being outdoors, riding four wheelers with his grandchildren, and was an avid deer hunter each season. Scott enjoyed teaching his children and grandchildren to shoot guns over the years. He was a Pittsburgh Steelers fan and enjoyed watching the football games. He loved nothing more than bonding with his family over similar hobbies and interests.
Aside from his hobbies, Scott will be remembered for his vibrant sense of humor and sarcasm along with the ability to make everyone smile no matter the situation that was currently at hand. He was always the first person to call upon when you needed advice or help. Scott was always there to offer his love, support and sarcasm. His family will be keeping his memory alive with continuing sarcastic comments and selective hearing for many years to come.
He was our confidant, biggest supporter, and a true gentleman. He taught us many valuable life lessons that we will carry with us. His spirit will continues to live on within all his family and friends throughout their journeys in life.
At this time there will not be a formal funeral or ceremony as that is not what Scott wanted.