Scott Scheib Obituary, Daytona Beach FL Resident Scott Scheib Has Passed Away

Scott Scheib Obituary, Death – Scott Scheib was born to Gloria Ann Miller and Clarence Scheib on January 6, 1955. He graduated from Tri-Valley High School in 1972 and went on to study Education at Flagler College in St Augustine, Florida.

In 2010. Scott retired from the Pennsylvania Bureau of Revenue and moved to Daytona Beach, FL, where he spent his time looking for antiques on the East Coast. He had a knack for scanning a room for crucial components of a collection. He spent his retirement years working at Magnolia House Antiques, improving his home, entertaining friends and family, preparing the most wonderful meals, and walking Camille, his French Bulldog.

Scott was a diva and a culinary critic, and he could never sit still. He was the type to fly in and out. As a teenager, that could have been on a horse, most likely an appaloosa, and without a saddle. Food was his love language. If he loved you, you could count on a delicious home-cooked lunch. When asked if his food was prepared with love, he replied, “All the love in the world, baby.”

Scott was preceded in death by his parents, Gloria Ann Starr and Clarence Scheib, as well as stepparents Eugene Artz and Samuel Starr and nephew Kyle McKoy. His sisters Bonnie Stoner (Jeff) of Kingsport, TN, and Terrie Ann McKoy (Brett) of Hagerstown, MD survive him. Candie Gilbert, Dan Stoner, Amy Stoner, Brieann Jones (Alex), Zach McKoy (Alexis), JD McKoy, Jaiquon McKoy, and Nikolas McKoy are his nieces and nephews. Zakarie, Zachary, Zaneatrius, Glorian, Chaiem, Reign Butler, Calien, Carsien, Camrien Jones, and Aryia McKoy are great nieces and nephews. Finally, there was his lifelong companion Patty Ney, his dog Camille, and many more close friends who became family.

No services will be held at his wish. If you’d like to toast his life, please enjoy The Prissy Sissy, a drink he invented last year. Rum Chata (or cream substitute) and rootbeer, with a dash of maraschino cherry juice and a cherry on top. Serve over ice and remember to say “We love you, Scott” while you sip.


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