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The family of Scott McBane is sad to announce the death of a great man. The lord took him at the age of 49 from a family who loved him. He was a son, grandson, brother, father, husband, uncle and most importantly papa.
Some of the things we remember best about Scott was his passion for horses and trucking. It always seemed to keep him busy when he wasn’t in his big rig traveling throughout the area or across country. If he wasn’t in a truck he wasn’t happy! We’ll miss driving with you. I’m his younger years Scott played the violin, soccer, football and was active in the FFA. He also enjoyed riding motorcycles.
We’ll never forget how you were always up to something. Your ideas were not always successful, but it was always interesting and kept us on our toes. Your smile will be missed, but your laugh was contagious often leading into tears.
Though you may not have realized it in life, you were a teacher. Everything you did always ended up showing someone how it was done. Those hands on lessons will not be forgotten.
We’ll miss seeing you watch your favorite movies over and over, and every time we hear old country well think of you.
Scott McBane born March 6, 1969 to October 28, 2018. Scott is proceeded in death by his father Robert McBane and his uncle Greg Zimmerman. Scott is Survived by his grandmother Dorothy Cox, Mother Terry Zimmerman Rosier and stepdad Billy Rosier, his siblings and nieces and nephews, his wife, Betty McBane, his children, Tiffany, Morgan, Bryanna, Jonny McBane-Davis, and Lacey and their spouses. He is also survived by his 13 grandchildren; Matthew, Jenica, Jaxen, Tristan, Lillith, Matthew, Paislei, Abygail, Ari, Landon, Maxwell, Olivia, and Liam.
Here’s to you Scott, your memory will live on in our hearts forever. Thank you for everything you’ve given us.