Scott Eric Brocklesby

March 07, 1971 ‒ December 31, 2016

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Scott Eric Brocklesby, age 45, of Mount Gilead passed away unexpectedly Saturday, December 31, 2016 at Riverside Methodist Hospital after a short illness.  Scott was born in Mount Gilead, Ohio on March 7, 1971 to Dennis Lloyd and Nancy Louise (Swint) Brocklesby.  Scott graduated from Mount Gilead High School in 1989.   Scott married Veronica Renee Reyes on November 14, 1998, who survives, with the understanding that if asked to choose between music and her, he would always choose music.

Scott was an avid and talented musician. He enjoyed playing his guitar, harmonica, and ukulele.  He could play any type of music, but his favorites were classic rock and Native American Folk music.  Scott loved Star Wars. He was currently employed at Wendy’s in Mt. Gilead.

Scott will be missed by his wife, Veronica; children, Dakota Skye and Alyssa Mae Brocklesby; and parents, Dennis and Nancy Brocklesby.

A gathering of friends will take place Thursday, January 5, 2017 at Snyder Funeral Homes, Craven Chapel, 67 N. Main St., Mount Gilead, from 4 until 6 pm. with sharing at 4 pm.  Friends are asked to wear their Star Wars attire.

Memorial donations may be made in Scott’s honor to his family.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to serve Scott’s family.  Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

“Mourn them do not. Miss them do not. Rejoice for those around us that have transformed into the force.” –Yoda

  • Dee and I send our deepest sympathy and condolences to Veronica and family. There are no words to express our sadness. Prayers and God Bkess.

  • We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your Son. May God be with all of you. Larry knew Scott for many years and would always enjoy his visits. He was a good musician.

  • Dennis, Nancy, Veronica and family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers be with you during your time of sorrow. This came to a big shock to me. Scott was such a wonderful young man. Scott will be missed dearly.

  • Veronica, Dennis, Nancy and family…it was disbelief when we learned of Scott’s passing. He was a great neighbor and we truly enjoyed it when he and Dakota would walk down to “check on Frank”. If there’s anything we can do, we’re right down the road.

  • Dear Veronica and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • A lot of good times with this brother. Will be missed immensely! Love and prayers to the family! May the force be with you, bro!

  • Your in my thoughts and prayers This is going to be a long road but you will get Through it. Trust me it is hard. And you need your family and friends more than anything right now. If you need to speak to someone about this loss please let me know I am coming up on a year without my spouse of 25 years.

  • Nancy and the rest of the family, I am so sorry for your loss. Couldn’t believe it when my grandson told me. He was so young. I can’t imagine your pain. Prayers for the whole family.

  • Sorry for your loss words cannot discribe what you must be feeling Scott was a fun guy who loved his music I will always remember those days when we were in high school jamming and talking about our dreams of being rock stars someday .Now he will be a rockstar in Heaven

  • Just so very sad to hear of Scott’s passing. Really enjoyed talking with Scott on my overnight radio shifts at Q-FM-96. He made my early morning hours go by so much easier. He will missed.

  • Veronica I am so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I went to High School with Scott. Our last names were in the beginning of the alphabet so we sat near each other every year. You were a teachers assistant in my daughter, Geri Lynn Bowes’ classroom years ago. Scott was so funny and you always had a good time if he was around. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. I send my condolences to his parents, Dennis and Nancy. May God bless you and give you strength.

  • MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH U ALL,GOD GAINED ANOTHER ANGEL ,SCOTT I KNOW YOU’LL BE IN GOD’S ORCHESTRA

  • Dennis and Nancy,
    Bob and I feel your pain. Losing a child is an breath taking experience no one should have to go through.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Truly,
    Bob and Chris (Mosier) Bensley

  • My thoughts and prayers for God’s comfort to hold your family. Scott added alittle music to everyone’s life. -Chanda Pfeifer class of 89

  • Dennis, Nancy, Veronica, and family, so sorry for your loss. I had not seen Scott since he was little, but we were friends on Facebook. May God get each of you through this hard time. I thought Scott and carol were about the same age. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • my you rest in peace scott grandma Gladys and grandpa Lloyd are with you love you always your aunt kathy

  • My dearest friend Veronica, my heart is broken to hear about scott. The two of you shared a level of love and peace that many people only dream of. I wish we lived closer and were able to visit more throughout the years but I will always cherish the visits we did have. Thanksgiving, grad parties, your wedding :). You say scott would choose music over you, vron, but I suspect if forced to choose, Scott would totally choose you (and sneak a harmonica in his pocket – just because that’s scott)….your friend always – Sherri V (and boys)

  • Veronica Alyssa and Dakotah,
    Jason and I are so very saddened to hear of Scotts passing. Scott was always so fun and quirky you couldn’t help but smile when he was around. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    “This time was good, next time will be better.”

  • So sorry to hear this. My condolences to the family. It was a privilege to get to meet Scott a few years back. We had fun conversations and kept in touch from time to time. This news was definitely a shock.

  • Scott, you will be missed. It is one of my biggest regrets that I didnt get to talk to you one last time. I will pray for your family, and will hold on to my memories of you always.

  • May you make your way through the dark days ahead with the grace you’ve always shown. I’ll never forget the first time we met you in Olive Hill while expecting Allissa. You two have always been a bright song in the lives of others. Our hearts go out to you and the children. Smoke going up for all of you.

  • My heart is still broken at the loss of my best friend, however Scott would tell me to get over it and move on. So, I’ll do my best to do that…but not for awhile. Rest in peace my friend.

  • In breathing, grace may twofold be
    We breathe air in, we set it free.
    The in-breath binds
    The out un-winds
    And thus with marvels life entwines.
    Then thanks to God when we are pressed
    And thank Him when He grants us rest.

    Goethe

  • The Native world states that we who are left will be saddened, but it is our place to ‘remember’ what Scott did. Please grieve, but not for long. . . .because Scott would not want it that way. He would want you to be happy in the memories that he planted . . .and to bring others the same peace and love and joy that those memories bring you.

    Our memories – the times that Scott spent with our son, Thumper, at gatherings and powwows! He was priceless in his giving. . . . .

    I am sorry that we will not be there to celebrate Scott’s life with you. . . .but we will lift you all up in prayer and ask the Creator to send you the love and peace that He gives so freely.

  • Veronica and family, I was so shocked to see the passing of Scott I really liked you and Scott the first time we met .My heart is heavy may God bless you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Veronica and family, my deepest condolences. I was close to Scott in high school and we played in a couple of bands together. He was a lot of fun to be around I will miss him greatly.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was a sweetheart in my book. He will be missed. You are all in my prays.

  • To the loved ones Scott left behind, I offer my sincerest condolences. I went to school with Scott, but sadly didn’t get the opportunity to know him as an adult until seeing him at our 25th reunion. The man I met seemed humble, kind, and loved his family very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God grant you Peace in those moments where there seems to be none.

  • Dennis and family…..May God give you peace and grace at this time. I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Dear Dennis and family,
    We just heard about your son and are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts
    and prayers.
    George and Karen

  • Veronica,

    Scott (“Glen”) and I were so shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of your husband. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers today and in the days ahead.

    Scott and Susie Braumiller

  • Saddened with this news, Scott was way too young, this is far too soon. Goofy strange loveable soul…I’ll remember you for who you were, for all that you were, for what you meant to me and many others. Rest my friend, I’ll see you again… TC

  • Scott was a very smart, quick-thinking, & witty individual. As his fellow classmate, I always admired his intelligence. Too young to leave us, but I’m sure he lived his life fully. RIP Always, Scott

  • Prayers!! So sorry to hear this! Im happy i got the chance to talk to him on hallowen. Too young and too soon! RIP Scott!

  • I am very sorrt for your loss. May your family be enveloped with God’s love and peace. Scott will be missed by everyone who’s life he touched.
    Love and light
    Susan Newton

  • I am very sorry for your loss. May your family be enveloped with God’s love and peace. Scott will be missed by everyone who’s life he touched.
    Love and light
    Susan Newton

  • ” It is said that Teachers can be younger and or older but they are always able to teach us all something in our lives. Scott was a friend to me and I will always cherish the short time I was able to spend with him since 2013. He was an awesome Artist in every meaning of the word. Scott was a humbled person and I thank you Creator for letting me be a part of Scott’s life. ”

    Barry and Teresa Knight
    Pataskala,Ohio

  • Your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Scott and I were ‘down the country road’ neighbors for a couple of years and also fellow musicians when I lived with my grandparents.