Condolences for Timothy “Scott” Wicke

Warren Pena posted on 11/22/20

Never had a chance to meet you, but I can tell everyone loved you. Rest in peace ❣️


Warren Pena posted on 11/22/20



Kari & Ty Zinkiewich posted on 11/20/20

I have Met Scott a few times on my Trips to VB To visit my sister and brother n law Kevin and Jodi Shea. WOW what an incredible man, and to Mel, Family and friends I am so deeply sorry for your tremendous loss. May you find strength, love and much peace surrounding yourself with family and friends not only today but forever.


Evelyn Bruno posted on 11/20/20

What a joy to have met such a lighthearted enchanting soul. I remember your bright smile & easy friendly nature. You will be missed.


PHYLLIS HAAS posted on 11/20/20

He was the greatest boss at Lewis Bear Company and GSC. He will be miss and he always had a smile and best friend anyone could ask for !!!


Angie Liddell posted on 11/20/20

Fly high Scott! I will always remember that smile and how kind you always were. Such a big heart ❤! You will be missed but forever remembered! RIP



Amanda Penn posted on 11/19/20

May your soul take flight and your light never be forgotten by those you shared it with!


Diane Keup posted on 11/19/20

Scott was a wonderful person and beautiful soul. I extend my very deepest condolences to his dear Mel and all of his family.


Muhammad Kashif Bukhari posted on 11/19/20

What an amazing guy Scott was. I came to know him through SpartanNash when I joined last year. Scott worked in my team, his big heart, dedication, ethics southern charm, smiles and laughter, his compassion for others everything stood out. Scott you will always have a special place in my heart and will be remembered my friend. I feel like I have known you for years. Rest in peace my Friend



Debbie Probst and Family posted on 11/19/20

Scott taught me how to swim the butterfly and breast stroke when we were kids and a part of the community swim team. He was a patient teacher and did a great job with the secrets of how to go fassst. I was winning races against swimmers with a lot more experience in no time. Fast forward a few years when Scott and I 'raced' at a hotel pool at Carrie's 40th in Vegas, can't recall who won but it sure was fun! :)


Debbie Probst and Family posted on 11/19/20

It is with the deepest condolences, I send this message to Mr. Paul and Ms. Linda, Carrie, his incredible wife Mel and endless friends!!! Scott - You will be forever cherished! You have taught so many the gift of kindness and love, and made this world a better place. The memories you have created with so many will live on forever. You taught me a lot as we were growing up, acting as a ‘big brother’ to me, to of course go along with Bobby and Kenny. You are the best swim teacher and each time I swim my laps moving forward, my mind will be reminiscing about our childhood days. Sending Lots of Love and Hugs to all who are blessed to have known Scott through the years. Keep your head up, he would want us to celebrate his life and carry his loving, accepting, kind ways forward as a gift back to him. XOXO, The Probst Family


Pat Spencer posted on 11/19/20

Scott was an awesome person! He will be missed.


Michael & Sheila Easter posted on 11/19/20

My husband and I had the privilege of having Scott in our home on many occasions. He was a true friend and co-worker of my husband’s and was such a kind and sensitive person. Scott was always checking on my husband through his surgeries and hospital stays in the past few years. The world has truly lost a dear soul. Our prayers for strength and comfort extend to all of Scott’s family and loved ones during this most sad time of mourning. Michael & Sheila Easter


Jason and Lorraine Turner posted on 11/19/20

Like so many whom he touched, the story of our lives changed the very day I met Scott. It is our honor and privilege to have been among your friends, we are forever grateful to have known you.



Carrie Quigley posted on 11/19/20

I had the pleasure of working with Scott at SpartanNash, he will be deeply missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this most difficult time.


Bill Hughes posted on 11/19/20

He will be tremendously missed. Rest in Peace, Brother. You will be loved, honored, and respected in my heart, always. My deepest condolences to his family, friends, and loved ones.


Rich Pekarsky posted on 11/19/20

My wife Bonnie and me loved Scott as if he had our blood in his veins. I felt as though we were long lost brothers. We shared laughter, tears, hopes and disappointments. There is a hole in our lives now that will be forever empty until we meet again in front or our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


Frank posted on 11/19/20

Mel, I am very sorry for your loss. I never met Scott but he sounded like one special guy. My deepest condolences.


Mackenzie posted on 11/19/20

I had the priviledge of meeting Melissa and Scott as one of Scott’s acute care physical therapists from evaluation and onward. And I am so blessed to have been able to assist with care along the way. Melissa and Scott, you guys have made an indelible impression on me and I will always cherish the love I felt in your room. I will forever remember you, Mackenzie



LuAnn and Carl posted on 11/18/20

We will always have fond memories of the times spent with you and Mel. RIH.



CAROL RODENBAUGH posted on 11/18/20

To a Great man and Best Friend. May you know your kindness and love had touch so many people. the friendship we bonded at the Summer House, the fun of Town Center and all the crazy aspects of our jobs. Forever grateful for the uplift when I thought I couldn't handle it anymore. Sleep in Peace.


Julius Benson posted on 11/18/20

Scott was a special friend and co-worker! My fondest memory of Scott is when we were in a play together called “Back In The Good Ole Days” held at the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola. Scott was new at acting but he was a natural! He was one of the bright spots in the play! This play was put on by the Pensacola Community Arts & Recreation Association, a Community organization that focuses on the well being and positive upbringing of the youth in our community. He was genuine, caring with a true loving spirit! My sincere condolences to his family and I will continue to pray for the comfort that only the Lord can bring.


B posted on 11/18/20

My condolences to Scott's parents, wife, siblings and extended family and friends. Pslam: 34:18 The Lord is near the broken hearted and saves those with a crushed spirit. Scott was a genuine person. His charisma drew people in. He indeed knew no stranger. He was extremely knowledgeable in his field and professional. I pray fond memories comfort you for years to come.


BP posted on 11/18/20

My condolences to Scott's parents, wife, and extended family and friends during this difficult time. Scott indeed knew no stranger. His charisma drew people in. He was extremely knowledgeable in his field, friendly, and professional. I pray memories will comfort you for years to come. Pslam 34:18 The Lord is near the broken hearted and saves those with a crushed spirit.


Sherry Fisher posted on 11/18/20

My husband Mike Fisher and Scott grew up together in Pensacola. I had the pleasure of meeting Scott in 1993 and could see why Mike loves him so much. He was a great, funny and loving person. The stories they would share.. wow! Well I guess the story telling will continue forever. Thank you Scott for being there when Mike passed away and checking from time to time. You’re a beautiful soul and I will miss you.


Kim posted on 11/18/20

You were awesome and humble. You showed me that humility was the upmost important thing in all of life. You showed me no matter the issue you have control. You showed me courage and you showed me strength beyond measure. I was what I thought alone in the midst of of male oblivion and you stood your ground. I was so great full to you standing up to what was transpiring.I will never forget you being the bigger person and walkeding away from the bs at the table.


Kim Howell posted on 11/18/20

I remember you as you were, a human being, someone who always thought of the other person. always aware of. the gracious soul. So so humbling to those that surrounded you. You were he real deal. We love you Scott and everything you represented!


Paris Brierley posted on 11/17/20

I loved you like a brother, Scott because you were my brother. I cannot recount all the great memories that we shared together, but the ones that do come to mind will always put a smile on my face. Your story ended way too soon, because there was so much more to be written. I'm just glad that I had the honor, of being written in to your chapters. I love you brother and I will miss you every day until it's my turn, and I get to see you again!


Julie Davies posted on 11/17/20

I have nothing but fond memories of Scott. He was always smiling and kind. Wishing you all peace and happy memories to get you through this difficult time. I lost my father to CJD and know this disease and how devastating it is.