Scott William Weber was born June 4, 1954 in Portsmouth, Virginia to Stephen A. and Mary Ann (Hoffman) Weber. He attended various schools and graduated from Elk Point High School in 1972. He then enlisted in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. While in the service he toured many parts of the world. During his tour of duty Scott was called home to donate a kidney to his father. He was honorably discharged in 1975.
Scott worked on large construction projects as a carpenter, millwright and pipe fitter in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota. He was a member of JATC/OJT Carpenter’s Union and currently worked for Todd O. Brueske Construction in Woonsocket. Scott enjoyed all kinds of sports. He coached little league baseball and football including his son, Zachary’s teams. He also liked to fish, read and play with his grandkids. Scott was married in 1993 to Carol Lynn Williams in Oklahoma City, OK.
Those left to cherish his memory are his son, Zachary, Harrah, OK; his special friend, Paula Lynch, Woonsocket; parents, Ray and Mary Ann Schoenfelder, Mitchell; three sisters: Stephanie (Mark) Turner, Elk Point, Mary Fouberg, Woonsocket, Susan (Bryan) Hagen, Worthington, MN; one brother, Bruce Weber, Lawrence, KS; thirteen nieces and nephews and special friends, Amanda (Dan) Neugebauer and family, Sioux Falls, Kimberly (Eric) Lofgren and family, Dimock and Kelsey Schroeder, Sioux Falls. Scott was preceded in death by his father, Stephen A. Weber; a sister, Carol as well as both sets of grandparents.