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Scott Andrew Bobb
March 8, 1986 ~ November 2, 2023 (age 37) 37 Years Old
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Our eldest son, Scott Andrew Bobb, lost his battle with his internal demons on Thursday November 2, 2023 at the age of 37. He is survived by his wife of 16 years April Nichole (Farner), children Ashtyn Marie (18), Syakhiah Ann (14) and Nathan Isaiah (8). His parents, David and Tammy (Malick), siblings Andrew Scott, Derick Wayne, and Rebekah Jane along with her husband Nathanial Milkes. In addition, by father and mother in law, Ronald and Linda Farner, brother in law Ronald and wife Courtney Farner, sister in law Autumn and husband Wesley Emswiler, including the following nieces and nephews, Mason, Lucas and Cael Bobb, Ethan and Renesmae Locke, Easton Milkes, Ian and Isabel Farner, and Natalie Cover, Elijah and Kali-Anne Emswiler. He is also survived by his beloved dogs Ram and Noah, many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Scott was a graduate of Big Spring High School and Cumberland Perry AVTS class of 2005. He was a member of Friendship Hose No.1 Inc. of Newville, Pa. Throughout his life he held numerous jobs. Most recently he did mowing and repo work which he enjoyed very much. Scott had a love for the outdoors. He was equally happy in the woods or by the water, fresh or salt. Scott also had a passion for animals which didn’t always include the typical fur variety. His complete “Finding Nemo aquarium or Savannah and Remi the monitor lizards to name a few. Similarly, Scott found a love for wood working. Most often you could find Scott in his "wood shop” which was nothing more than a shed his parents gave him. His craft included making wooden pipes, cutting boards and repurposing used pallets into furniture. Unfortunately for his loved ones, all of these things were not enough to withstand the demons raging within.
A public viewing will be held Saturday November 11, 2023 from 1-3pm with service to follow at Egger Funeral Home 15 W. Big Spring Ave Newville. A time of fellowship will follow at McClure’s Gap Church of God 130 Church of God Rd Newville.