Edward Scott Tobey

May 23, 1963 - Jul 24, 2016

Obituary

With friends and family by his side, Edward Scott Tobey departed this earth on Sunday July 24 2016, after a lengthy battle with Cancer.

Born on May 23 1963 in San Francisco to Vernon and Gerallene Tobey, the youngest of three brothers.
Raised in places including the Phillipines, American Samoa, and various locations throughout California, while following his father’s career as a civil engineer in the US Department of Defense.

Scott graduated from Samoan High School in Pago Pago American Samoa. Returning to the US to attend college, Scott instead joined the Navy in 1982 where he excelled as a reactor operator in the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program until his honorable discharge in 1988.

During his naval career aboard the USS Carl Vinson during a port call to Perth Western Australia in 1986, Scott met Teresa Agnes Warenczak, who would become his wife in February 1988.

Settling in Antelope CA in 1991, Scott and Teresa were blessed with three wonderful children: Jonathon, Aaron, and Alicia.
After graduating from California State University Sacramento in 1993 with a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering, Scott started a rewarding career with the City of Sacramento, in 1995, as a civil engineer. He obtained his Master Traffic certificate in 2000.

Survivors include his wife Teresa, children Jonathon, Aaron, and Alicia, brothers Craig and Michael.

Services will be held at East Lawn Mortuary, 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento at 10am on Friday July 29 2016.

In lieu of purple flowers, donations in Scott’s memory to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated.

A shining light in life, Scott leaves a legacy of love and compassion through his loving family and friends.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Elk Grove Memorial Park
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA
US 95841

Guestbook

  • Brad Shirhall says:

    I offer my condolences to Scott’s family. Scott and I had a lot of fun together working at the City of Sacramento. There are three large Redwood trees alive and well on the east side of 16th Street between I and J Streets that owe their existence today to Scott’s creative re-working of the surface parking lot design there. Thank you Scott for saving these trees, among the other great things you’ve done in your years here! Rest in peace my friend.

  • Brian Holloway says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Scott during his tenure at the City of Sacramento. He was always one of the most friendly and helpful folks in the PW Dept. I always looked forward to an opportunity to see and talk with him. He will be greatly missed by all of us who had the privilege to know him.

  • Ron says:

    Hard to miss you Cuz, when you fill my every night with dreams of you. What you asked is foremost in my mind and I will continue to work towards it. Love you, Scott.

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