Scott B. Emmerson, 60, of Fremont, OH passed away at his home with his wife by his side on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. He was born on October 26, 1956 in Toronto, Canada, the son of Charles and Marion (Matheson) Emmerson.
Scott married Barbara Bodemann on May 24, 1986 in Phoenix, AZ and she survives in Fremont. He was an Auto Mechanic for many years and enjoyed horseback riding and westerns. Scott truly loved to be a Cowboy.
Scott is survived by his wife of thirty-one years, Barbara Emmerson, Fremont; children, Brandi (Scott) Skipper, AZ and Joseph (Katie) Sebetto, Fremont, OH; grandchildren, Brooke and Tyler Skipper, Hannah, Hailey, Cullen and Lola Sebetto; mother, Marion Emmerson; brother, Paul (Cheryl) Emmerson, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; nephew Taylor Emmerson and niece, Blair Emmerson.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Emmerson.
Visitation: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Brock & Visser Funeral Home, 845 Devonshire Ave. Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, N4S 8Z4.
Service: Wednesday, October 25, 2017; 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with an hour of visitation prior to the service.
Burial: North Embro Cemetery
Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society
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I am so sorry for your loss
I so admire the fight this man gave for so long and his silent courage to see his grandchildren grow. He will be missed.Sorry for your loss to the family.
keep the special memories that you have close to your hearts forever.
Rochelle (Duncan) Schroeder
Barb & family, I am so sorry for your loss of Scott. My thoughts, love and sympathy are with you during this sad time. Scott fought a good fight and now he will rest in peace in our heavenly home, where some day we all shall be together again. May your love and memories give you comfort, and God’s love and all the prayers that are with you give you strength in the days ahead. Love you, Rochelle
Scott was my grandpa I’m only saying this because I want every one to know I’m Hailey sebetto and it’s OK to cry about deaths even though it’s not fair which it isn’t just know that they don’t feel pain they don’t have to take any more pills to live they are safe in heaven and they don’t need anything to keep them alive.when I think of my grandpa I start to cry I can’t keep my emotions in even though I try to I wish
i could just tell him how much I miss him but at least he watches over me and is in peace.