Scott J. Schneidervin

   Scott J. Schneidervin, 61 slipped away Sunday October 24th at home in Laramie ending an epic battle with blood cancer.

   Born in Salt Lake City November 6, 1959 to Roy W. and Margaret A. Schneidervin. The youngest of six children, Joyce Wald (Keith), Susan James (Chuck), Anita Maybe (Willis), Gayle VanWagoner (Mark) and Roger Schneidervin (Ann).

  Scott graduated high school iS.L.C. in 1978 and entered the work force as a laborer then a roofer. He married his high school sweetheart Jenny on June 28th 1980.

 In 1989, he began his 34 year long career with a three year J.A.T.C. apprenticeship, he “turned out” a journeyman, then became a master electrician. Always a proud member of local 354. 

   In 2003 he took a maintenance position with U.W.  he stayed for 18 years. 

   Scott loved his family above all, his daughter Carly was truly his pride and joy. 

   He loved and shared his passion for all things outdoors including hunting, camping, fishing, riding his motorcycle, playing guitar, mountain man rendezvous, traditional hide tanning, his work, fun and whiskey.

   Scott is preceded in death by family, friends, and beloved pets.

   He will be so sorely missed by Jenny, his wife of 41 years, his beloved daughter Carly and her husband Zach, his dear siblings, in-laws, nieces, nephews, friends, and colleagues.

 As per his wishes, a memorial in the Snowy’s will planned at a later date. 

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Condolences (11)

  • James Hristodoulopoulos

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Scott and offer my deepest condolences to his family. Despite everything he would always be in such good spirits and such a joy to be around. “Jimmy”

  • Jean Pace

    My deepest sympathy and love to Jenny and family; Scott will be missed by so many of us but will be remembered as a man of many talents. God's peace to you all; hugs all around.

  • Woodman

    So Sorry to hear of Scott passing. Was always a joy to see Scott and Jenn at Rendezvous. My condolences to Jenn and the family.

  • Hoss & Stephanie Milligan

    It was always a treat to sit and chat with Scott and Jen at Pelton Creek. The laughter and fun and music could always be found around their camp fire. Thank you for those many wonderful memories. We will miss you. Our love and prayers to Jen and Carly.

  • Gerry Perry

    I met Scott some years ago through his brother Roger. I supplied him with a number of Coues deer hides he loved tanning and a bunch of doves he enjoyed for table fare. He was an inspiration through his tanning efforts and I will always treasure the brain tanned hide he gave me! Rest in peace Scott and sincere condolences to wife Jenny and daughter Carly.

  • Anonymous

    Bob Shine My sincere condolences go out to you in your loss.

  • Wess Crozier

    Our heart sent condolenses for Jen and family at this difficult time. Scott was a great man and friend. He will truely be missed. Wess, Paula, and Josh.

  • Nancy and Doug Littlefield

    So sorry to hear Scott lost his epic battle. He was such a good human. I always enjoyed his wit and company when we met at Anne and Rogers. May you find peace, love and light.

  • Ed Kennaday

    Scott was a man among men. We shall keep Jenn in our hearts are prayers.

  • Anonymous

    Scott will be missed in the rendezvous world. Rest in peace.

  • Zac Garver

    What couldn’t be said about Scott. I had only known him for a few short years in the work force, a guy that instantly made you feel welcome and someone you felt like you had worked with and been friends with your whole life! His smile accompanied with his sense of humor would never let you take things so serious that it could ruin your day. I’m truly going to miss him.

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