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Condolences for Ruth "Scotti" Schorpp (Scott)

Donna BehringerTuesday, May 18th

Dick and I, and the dogs, will miss seeing Scotti on our daily walks. Rest in Peace.

Joseph ReardonWednesday, May 19th

I am heartbroken to learn of the death of my favorite cousin. A few years ago she informed me I was the only person left calling her by her childhood name, Ruth Jean. I would be proud to attend her funeral representing the Jones family of her Scott/Jones heritage but unfortunately circumstances prevent my wife and me from making the trip from Cleveland at this time. My personal thanks to Ed Schorpp for being such a supportive husband these past fifty four years. Ruth Jean left no doubt in my mind that Ed was truly the great love of her life. Their wedding in itself was such a joyous, unforgettable event that it was clear to me then that here was a love affair destined to thrive to the very end.
Ruth Jean, you may now enjoy eternal peace knowing how many lives you have brightened during your brief sojourn on earth.

Margaret SchorppWednesday, May 19th

Scotti and Ed were the perfect couple- both such beautiful people. Scotti will be missed by us all and our sincere sympathy to Ed and all the family. From Charlie and Margie Schorpp

Glenn HerbertWednesday, May 19th

My sweet sweet Scotti. I always adored her, since I was a little boy. I always told her “you’re far out”. She was soooo cute. When I was 8, I had a crush on her.

Sorry for your loss, from the bottom of my heart.

Carolyn WuerdemanThursday, May 20th

To Ed and your family, my sincere condolences to you. God bless you all. Scottie was a wonderful woman who loved life. Let her fly with the angles and may she Rest In Peace knowing that she was loved by so many. We will
Miss her at the reunion in July.

Sue FriiaThursday, May 20th

It is heartbreaking to hear the loss of Mrs Schorpp. She was a big part of my childhood/adolescent years, growing up with Sandy. I have many fond memories of Mrs Schorpp. May you rest in eternal peace.

My sincere condolences to Mr. Schorpp, Sandy, Susan, Eddie, please know you're all in my thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow.

Richard MillerFriday, May 21st

Hello Ed;

I am so sorry to hear about your loss! My wife and I will be praying that God will strengthen and comfort you and your family during this tragic time. Be well my friend....again, my condolences.


Rich Miller

Ellen and Stu CorenFriday, May 21st

We will miss her terribly. She was such a wonderful neighbor and friend. Edgewood Lane will not be the same without her... She would help anybody at any time always with a smile on her face. May her memory be a blessing. Rest In Peace dear lady, Your struggle is over!!♥️♥️

Helen HicksFriday, May 21st

I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest condolences to the Schorpp family. I pray for peace and comfort for you all.

Chris GFriday, May 21st

We will always miss Mrs. Schorpp. Her basketball ferocity will never be matched! Thank you for always treating me like a member of your family.

Dawn GeigerSaturday, May 22nd

I’m so sorry for your loss. Aunt Scotti will forever be remembered as such a special person. She was always so happy and easy to talk to. I have so many fond memories of Aunt Scotti and I’m so sad for Uncle Ed, Sandy, Susan and Eddie. Your all in my thoughts.

Brittany BradySaturday, May 22nd

My Deepest Condolences go out to the Golbeski/Schorpp Family.
So Very Sorry to hear about Mrs.Golbeski/Schorpp Mrs. Golbeski/Schorpp will be Truly,Truly missed. The Golbeski/Schorpp Family will always be in my thoughts and Prayers. May God Bless the Golbeski/Schorpp Family.

Jessica StarleperMonday, May 24th

Sandy, I am so sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. May you find comfort in the memories you and your family shared.


Aisha BradleyMonday, May 24th

You and Your Family have my deepest Condolences

Damien GaleoneTuesday, May 25th

Mrs. Schorpp was a wonderful woman; she was kind and easy to laugh. I'll never forget how she treated me like a son, and how she (and the Schorpps) always made me feel like part of their family. Rest in Peace, Mrs. Schorpp.

Samantha & Michael WilsonTuesday, May 25th

Ed, you and Scottie have become more than just our neighbors. We feel like you're family. She was such a happy, loving lady and we will miss her dearly. We love you and we're always here if you need anything!

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