Scott Alan Schimmoeller

July 2, 1967 - August 21, 2021
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Scott Alan Schimmoeller, age 54 of Lima, passed Saturday, August 21, 2021. He was born July 2, 1967 in Lima, Ohio to the late Christine Eggerman Schimmoeller.

Scott was an over the road truck driver who loved playing the drums. He had a love of animals and started riding horses as a boy in 4-H. That began his love and admiration for horses. At home he had 2 fur babies – his dog Jazzy and his cat Boozy.

He is survived by his siblings – David Schimmoeller of CA; Steve Beemer (LuAnn Moberly-Winnings) of Cairo; Deb (Gary) Copeland, whom shared a very special family bond with; 6 nieces – Amber Roeder, Jessica Roeder, Christine Schimmoeller, Piper Schimmoeller, Lola Schimmoeller, Paige Schimmoeller, 2 nephews – Tyler Beemer and Little Dave; 3 great nieces – Jalyn Roeder, Kayden Roeder, Angel Roeder – deceased; and 4 great nephews who meant the world to Scott – Raylen Roeder, Traven Roeder, Keasten Roeder, and J’Shawn Roeder; and 2 great great nephews – Zy’aire and Jahmiah; and special friends – Rusty Roeder and Don Tenny.

Private family services will be held with Pastor Gary Copeland, Sr. officiating. His final resting place will be with his mother at Gethsemani Cemetery, Lima.

“Everytime we hear thunder we’ll know it’s you, up there playing your drums.”

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Born: July 2, 1967
Died: August 21, 2021

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Tracie Harter posted on 9/4/21

Well what the heck Scott.. I wish I had spent more time getting to know you. Sending you some Cali love . Like deb said in her closing of your obituary and I'm taking this quote like she did from your brother david "when I hear the thunder i too will think of think of you up there playing your drums.. " rest in peace Scott Schimmoeller..


Darlene Maag posted on 9/1/21

So sorry on your loss. Scott was such a nice person and was so good with the kids. When he was at the camper he was probably taking your grandsons fishing. I know they loved that and I know he will be missed so much. God bless him as he will rest with his mother. Hugs to you all.


Geoff Eubank posted on 8/30/21

Scott came to our church for a short time, but held a special place in my heart and the hearts of others in our church. Pastor Geoff


Ron shafer posted on 8/29/21

Sorry for your loss