In Memory of Scott Brock

Visitation

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wednesday April 4, 2018
O'Connell~Benedict Funeral Home of Ellsworth
130 North Grant St.
Ellsworth Wisconsin, 54011

Visitation - Day of Service

2:00 pm
Thursday April 5, 2018
O'Connell~Benedict Funeral Home of Ellsworth
130 North Grant St.
Ellsworth Wisconsin, 54011

Funeral Service

3:00 pm
Thursday April 5, 2018
O'Connell~Benedict Funeral Home of Ellsworth
130 North Grant St.
Ellsworth Wisconsin, 54011

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Scott A. Brock, age 47 of Bay City, WI, passed away unexpectedly March 30, 2018 at his home. Scott was born April 8, 1970 in Edina, MN to John Brock and Elvira (Hardy) Brock Auchampach. He attended Ellsworth High School, with the Class of 1988. Scott was a hard worker and devoted to his job as a heavy equipment operator for Flueger Construction, now Aslakson Construction.

Family was everything to Scott, and he loved his family with all his heart. His life was blessed with five children, Scott, Daniel, Nicole, Christopher and Aneya. He was especially proud of his children and granddaughter, and extremely fond of his nieces and nephews. Scott was an amazing husband, dad, grandpa, brother, and friend. Scott’s smile and personality lit up the room he was in, living life to the fullest, and always being the kind of guy that would do anything for anyone. He was a true outdoorsman, loving his time on the farm, on the motorcycle, fishing, hunting, and camping.

Scott will remain in the hearts of his wife, Elizabeth Brock; children, Scott C. (fiancé, Codi) Brock, Daniel (Natasha) Brock, Nicole (Lucas) Goulette, Christopher Brock, and Aneya Brock; granddaughter, Karcyn Brock, and two expected grandbabies on the way; brother, Kevin (Maria) Brock; sister, Kathy; first wife, Laura Brock; nephews, Johnathon Brock and Kory Danielson; niece, Rhiannon Brock; several other nieces and nephews, other relatives, and countless friends.

Scott was preceded in death by his father, John Brock; mother, Elvira Auchampach; and 2 grandchildren.

A Visitation will take place 4:00 – 7:00 PM Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home, 130 N. Grant St., Ellsworth, WI, and one hour prior to the service Thursday. Funeral Services for Scott will be held 3:00 PM Thursday, April 5, 2018 at O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home, 130 N. Grant St., Ellsworth, WI, with Pastor Amy Kosari officiating. Interment will take place at Bay City Cemetery at a later date. Pallbearers assisting with the services are: Sean DuRen, Brady Coulson, Greg Savino Jr., Robert Jacobson, James Kafka, Robert Parris, Dean Ellis, and John Vieths. A reception will follow the service at Mike’s Bay Town, in Bay City, WI.

Scott's Tribute Wall

Tributes (8):

  • Scott was an amazing man. He always had a smile that lit up the room and made your day a bit brighter. Family and friends were the world to him. He would hope the shirt off his back to anyone. RIPARADISE Scott….you will be greatly missed!

  • My family was fortunate enough to have known Scott for many years. My heart aches for his family. May you Rest In Peace.
    Until we meet again.

  • I didn’t get to know Uncle Scott like everyone else, But I loved him. I hope you finally found peace. RIP Uncle Scott Till we meet again.

  • Scott was a wonderful man! He was always kind and truly a great person. I am so saddened by this loss and for his wonderful family! Rest well Scott you are loved by many!

  • Scott Brock was a one of a kind, I’m so wonderful I got to be apart of his family, he was a amazing individual, who loved everybody, who would do anything in the world for anyone, and I will always be honored having you as a friend, until we meet again fly high my friend!! R.I.P Scott, love you buddy!!!

  • Scott was a devoted family man….everything he did and worked hard for was for his family. His family was his world…every time he talked about them and his granddaughter his face lit up and nothing but smiles from him. He was also a very devoted friend to all his friends and had a heart of gold….whenever you needed something he was there…no questions asked. I’m honored to have called him my friend and have him in our lives. I’m going to miss that laugh and that big smile of yours . You will be missed and you are loved by so many. May you rest in piece my friend.

  • Scott was an amazing individual. He was the best friend anyone could have. Kind, gentle and giving. His family was everything to him. We’ll miss him on our dart and pool teams for sure. It wasn’t the winning, but having fun and spending time with friends. Scott, you’ll always be a part of our family here.

  • Scott was a great guy who always had time to help you out if you needed someone. He was a great teacher and role model to everyone that knew him. Im glad to have known him and his family may you rest easy.