Scott Francis Sherbrook departed this life on June 27, 2022. He was born November 21, 1956 in Baltimore, MD and is preceded in death by his parents, William F. Sherbrook and Lula Sherbrook; brother, Darryl F. Sherbrook, and daughter, Crystal Marie Mayfield. He is survived by his children, Amanda S. Quinn, Bryan S. Sherbrook, and Shawn F. Sherbrook; grandchildren, Camden, Dublin and Olivia; fiancé, Cheryl Olshefski, her son and granddaughter, Tyler and Annelise; brother, William Sherbrook (Chantal); nephews, Jay and Aaron; and nieces, Monica and Michelle.
Born with a predilection for service and duty, Scott joined the Marine Corps at age 17 and afterwards had a 14-year career in law enforcement, leaving with the position of Lieutenant. Scott loved the water – boating, water skiing, and diving were among his favorite pastimes as well as rescue diving for the police department.
A fun-loving prankster, life-long tinkerer, and master of auto body repair, Scott enjoyed a good laugh, working with his hands, and fixing just about everything. Even more than the water or cars was his love for his family.
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