Scott L. Brewer

  • Died: October 6, 2018
  • Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

D O McComb and Sons - Foster Park

6301 Fairfield Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN 46807

Tel. (260) 426-9494

Tribute & Message From The Family


Scott L. Brewer, 60, passed away Saturday, October 6, 2018 in Fort Wayne. Born in Marion, IN, Scott worked as a City Arborist with the City of Carmel, IN for 10 years, retiring in 2010. He was a member of Fellowship Missionary Church, past president of Indiana Arborist Association, member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, and was an alumni of Wabash College. He enjoyed poetry, photography, and loved music. Surviving are his wife, Deborah S. Closson of Fort Wayne; father, Robert L. (Christine) Brewer of Tuscon, AZ; daughters, Emily M. (Jordan) Simmons of Carmel, IN, Victoria E. Brewer of L.A., CA, and Sophia K. Brewer of Carmel, IN; brothers, Roy C. Bailey of Fort Wayne and Aaron Brewer of Tucson, AZ; sister, Benita (Chris Colwell) Brewer of Chicago, IL; step-sons, John David (Desirè) Closson, II, of Fort Wayne and Andrew (Jacinta) Closson of Fort Wayne, IN; and seven grandchildren. Scott was preceded in death by mother, Faye Brewer and brother, Craig Brewer. Service is 11:00 am, Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Fellowship Missionary Church, 2536 East Tillman Road with one hour of calling prior to the service. Calling at Fellowship Missionary Church, Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Burial in Covington Memorial Gardens, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Memorials may be made to the Fellowship Missionary Church or American Diabetes Association. To sign the online guest book, go to www.domccombandsons.com.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm reminded of what a gem Scott was, and is, moreso in the Presence of our Lord. One memory particularly stands out of so many... most people that know me well now, know me as one who loves to read; it is due to Scott. Decades ago he handed me a book, My Antonia ,and told me I needed to read.I haven't stopped, and it thankfully, greatly expanded my life. I'm so blessed to have seen how our nieces represented their Dad at the funeral, and I pray they always keep in mind what their Dad would want for them. The Lord bless you Debbie with continued strength,you are a true saint.

Posted by Leslie Doctor - Carmel, IN   October 12, 2018

Memories of my dear Uncle Scott: Growing up, he was more than an uncle. He was more or less my dad's best friend and always welcomed us in their home. I always appreciated his laugh and that he still tried to be in our lives after he and dear Aunt Cheryl divorced. I remember one time visiting his alma mater, Wabash U, w/him, my sister Rachel and perhaps Vickie. It was inspiring to see someone who went to college, found a job he was proud of, and yet still nurtured his artistic side through the ups and downs of life--be it through his photography, poetry or love of lesser-known music. I am proud of the steps he took to try to do the right thing--particularly by his daughters, make the best of his path, and surrender the rest to God. I am very sorry to have missed the funeral today, but am praying for your fond memories and God's peace to comfort you as you process your loss--our loss. Much love & prayers

Posted by Maria Doctor - Los Angeles, CA   October 11, 2018

I just found out about Scott's passing. I wish I could have attended the service. It was a privilege to have roomed with Scott at TKE. He was one of the nicest people that I have known. I am deeply sorry for your loss.

Posted by Ed Menso - BARRINGTON, IL - Acquaintance   October 11, 2018

Sending love and prayers to the whole family. May the angels surround you and provide you peace.

Posted by Elizabeth (Doctor) Gibbons - Cambridge, MA - Family   October 10, 2018

Debbie, Sorry for your loss. Going through it once is hard enough but twice. You have God on your side. Stay strong and think about all the good times.

Posted by Kathryn Smith - Fort Wayne, IN - Acquaintance   October 10, 2018

Scott, I remember your poems for our conferences and many visits to my office. You never complained and always had laughter. Rest in peace.

Posted by Pamela Dunn Louks - Cicero, IN   October 10, 2018

Sorry for your loss. May you draw close to our loving God by reading his word, and find comfort in the hope he gives us all : of seeing our loved ones again in a beautiful new paradise home here on earth.

Posted by A friend   October 10, 2018

My condolences to your family. I am so sorry for your lost.

Posted by Deborah Wilkerson - Noblesville, IN - Friend   October 10, 2018

I've thought about all of the memories with my uncle Scott over the last couple of days. Sometimes you do not realize how special moments are until someone passes. Like Uncle Scott driving my cousins and sisters home in the back of his truck from the Carmel Community Pool in the summers growing up; my sisters and cousins with our hands in the air and he with a smile in the front seat. Or him caving every time my sisters and cousins clinging to each other, refusing to go home after a day at their house, insisting on a sleepover. He had the biggest heart. Uncle Scott was a doting father, and uncle, and friend. Rest in peace dear Uncle.

Posted by Rachel Hernandez - Carmel, IN - Family   October 09, 2018

Scott is in heaven in god open arms getting his hugs welcoming him home. He is at peace. May god comfort you. I will hold your family in my prayers. God Bless and hugs.

Posted by Renee Stephens - Fort Wayne, IN   October 09, 2018


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