Scott M. Holbrook
Scott Mitchel Holbrook, 46, town of Nasewaupee in Door
County, grandson of a Stevens Point woman, died Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, at
Ministry Door County Medical Center in Sturgeon Bay.
His life will be celebrated with a gathering of family and
friends at Waterfront Mary’s at Beach Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. The date
and times will be announced later.
Huehns Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Sturgeon Bay
assisted with arrangements. Condolences may be offered online at www.huehnsfuneralhome.com.
Mr. Holbrook was born March 7, 1970, in Sturgeon Bay, a son
of Gary Charles Holbrook and Sandra Jean (Erickson) Holbrook. He graduated from
Sturgeon Bay High School in 1988.
He moved to Key West, Fla., and was employed at a dive shop
as a divemaster on a charter boat through December.
He graduated from Divers Institute of Technology in Seattle,
Wash., and returned to Sturgeon Bay to work with his dad and brother for their
family’s Underwater Diving Services company. He worked in marine construction
on the barges of the Great Lakes, initially as a topside dive technician and
most recently as a deck operator engineer.
He was a member of the International Union of Operating
Engineers Local 139. For the last five years, he served as a first mate and chief
engineer on the Fred A. Busse Fireboat in Sturgeon Bay.
Survivors include his parents, Gary and Sandy Holbrook, town
of Nasewaupee; one brother, Tom (fiancée, Regina “Gina”
Sund) Holbrook, town of Nasewaupee; his grandmothers, Lucille Holbrook, Stevens
Point, and Alberta Erickson, town of Forestville in Door County; two nephews;
and one niece.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Willis
“Bud” Holbrook; and maternal grandparents, James and Bernadean (Sanborn)