Scott Spurbeck

Scott David Spurbeck, age 49, died Saturday, October 24, 2020 in Rochester after a lengthy illness.

Scott was born on February 6, 1971 in Rochester to David and Carol (Ronningen) Spurbeck. He graduated from Byron High School and was a hard-worker for thirty years at Simoniz/Mister Car Wash.

Scott was a wonderful son, a loving brother, uncle, great-uncle and life-long friend.  He was a gentle soft-spoken, quiet soul, with a great sense of humor who always put others first.   Scott enjoyed fishing, being outside, sports, spending time with his great nieces and nephews, and with friends, many he had known since grade school.

Scott is survived by his father and mother; sisters, Deb Spurbeck and Cathy (Tom) Brooks; niece, Lexy Spurbeck; nephews, Adam Threinen, Jason Spurbeck, and Brandon Threinen; great nieces, Brooklyn Threinen and Claire Threinen; and great nephews, Greg Threinen, Luke Threinen, and Declan Threinen.

Scott is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents; paternal grandparents; uncles, Steve Kispert and Richard Ronningen; aunt, Marie Insco; brother-in-law, Jim Threinen; and cousins, Jay Kispert, Jeff Ronningen, Nick Ronningen and Lindsey Ronningen.

The family thanks caretakers Deb Jones and the doctors and nurses of Adara Home Health and the Mayo Clinic Hospice Team for their loving care of Scott throughout his illness.  They also thank Scott’s many family and friends for their support and prayers.

There will be a private family prayer service at Christ Lutheran Church in Byron, MN. Pastor Steve Rheingans will be officiating. A celebration of Scott’s life will be held at a future date.

Memorials preferred to Christ Lutheran Church.

Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Scott may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com

13 thoughts on “Scott Spurbeck

  1. Dave, Carol and family,
    We are so sorry to hear about Scott! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family.
    Many Blessings
    Joe and Wanda Murphy

  2. Dave and Carol,

    Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your son, Scott. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  3. Dave, Carol & family:
    So sorry to hear. My thoughts and condolences are with the Spurbeck family. Good health and
    God Bless to you all.

  4. I’ve worked with Scott since Mermaid car wash 1997 November tell the last time I talked to him 3 weeks ago I’m soo soo sorry

  5. Dave & Carol,
    Our sympathy and condolences on the loss of Scott. Our prayers are with you.
    Dave & Rose Gottschalk

  6. So sorry to hear of your loss. Scott was much too young. My prayers are with your whole family.

  7. Dear Spurbecks,
    So very, very sorry. You are all in our thought s and prayers.
    Phil and Kim McPhee

  8. David, my deepest condolences on the loss of your son Scott. Turns out I knew him as a regular car wash customer and his positive energy let you know that you were going to get a good clean car. I have a 28-year-old special son who works at ABC. I continue to be amazed each day about how much he teaches me about life. Our prayers will be with you and Carol and your family

  9. Dave, Carol and Family

    Words can’t express how saddened I am to hear of your loss. Scott will be missed by everyone that knew him. He will be forever in my thoughts. My deepest condolences are with you and your family.

  10. Our sympathies on the loss of your only son.
    We will be thinking of you in the days ahead. We are regulars at Mister Car Wash and had noticed lately that Scott was missing. What a gentle soul he was! Prayers are being said for you and the entire Spurbeck family.

  11. I want to share my condolences for Scott. I was his classmate, and I remember him fondly. He was quiet, yet well-liked by the whole grade. I lift you and your family at this time.

    With Sympathy,

  12. Dear Spurbecks,

    I am very sorry for your loss. I knew Scott as a customer of mine at the Bar (HyVee 37th Street). And although he stopped in only a handful of times through the 3½ years I worked there, I was always excited to see him when he did. I can vividly recall him smiling when I’d ask him what he was gonna’ have to drink, seeing as he really only had two favorites (Rum&Coke or a Tall Coors Light). Although humble and quiet, he lit up when asked questions, or if engaged in conversation with other people at the bar. He will be missed.

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