In Memory of Scott Stokke

Memorial Gathering

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Friday October 18, 2019
O'Connell-Benedict Funeral Home of River Falls
225 South 3rd Street
River Falls WI, 54022

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Scott Raymond Stokke, age 58 of River Falls, passed away unexpectedly October 9, 2019. Scott was born September 29, 1961, son of Paul and Marjorie (Strombeck) Stokke. He graduated from River Falls High School, the Class of 1979. Scott’s life was blessed with two children, Meghan and Richard. He worked as facilities manager for Northern Tool and Equipment for many years. Scott was an avid Wisconsin sports enthusiast, who delighted in cheering on the Packers and Badgers. He also enjoyed hockey and following the Minnesota Wild. Scott was an outdoorsman, who enjoyed the peacefulness of being on the water fishing. In his younger years, he enjoyed bowling and being a part of the bowling league.

Scott is survived by his daughter, Meghan Stokke; son, Richard Stokke; sister, Susan Stokke (Jerry Hoch); cousins, Dawn Ullrich, Michael Stokke, and Steven Stokke; and uncle, Charles Stokke. He was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Marjorie Stokke.

A Memorial Gathering will be held 3:00 – 6:00 pm Friday, October 18, 2019 at the O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home, 225 South 3rd St., River Falls.

Funeral services are entrusted to the O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home (715) 425-5644. www.oconnellbenedict.com

Scott's Tribute Wall

Tributes (4):

  • Scotty…I miss you already. We had some pretty good talks. I will miss our plans for slapping $50 on the bar and telling them to call the cops! Love you buddy! I will see you another day pal…RIP…Matty

  • Meghan and Richard,
    I am so sorry to hear about your dad. I started my day walking in with him each morning when he worked here.
    Sympathy to all of you, and may he rest in peace.

  • Meghan and Richard,
    I am sorry for your loss and I have good memories of your father when he worked here. I occasionally got to joke with him when the Vikings would beat the Packers as he was one of the few proud Packers fans here back in the day. May he rest in peace.

  • Meghan and Richard,

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Your father shared wonderful stories about each of you while working together through the years at Northern Tool. Each time I traveled with Scott we shared great stories and good food, he knew where all of the good restaurants were. So many good memories!

    Rest in peace my friend,

    Bob Buss