Scott Cole Obituary, Death – Scott Cole lost his fight against cancer on Friday at 2:00 in the morning local time in Lacey, Washington. He was 56 years old. If he had survived, he would have become 57 years old on January 10th of this year. Before he was even born, his mother, June Horrell Cole, had already passed away. His loyal wife of 29 years, Phyllis Thiroux Cole, will be the only person he leaves behind after he passes away. They chose Las Vegas as the location for their wedding on September 22nd, 1984, and it took place there.

His father, Lt. Col. Roscoe E. Cole USM (Ret.), lives in Eugene, Oregon; his sister, Patti June Fort, lives in Springfield, Oregon; and his brother, Warren Roscoe Cole, who lives in Portland, Oregon; all of whom reside in the state of Oregon; have great memories of Scott. Jeremy David Cole, Jenessa Rhiannon Cole, and Byron Thomas Cole are Scott’s children. Jeremy David Cole is the child of Scott’s first marriage, which was to Katrina Jessup Dunn.

This union resulted in the birth of Jeremy David Cole. Jenessa Rhiannon Cole and Byron Thomas Cole are Scott’s children from his second marriage, which was to Phyllis. This marriage produced the Cole children. The following people are Scott’s nieces and nephews, in order from oldest to youngest: Katie Fort Rutherford, Jeff Fort, Emily Fort, Sarah Cole, Matthew Cole, and Jason Cole. Additionally, Scott has a nephew by the name of Jason Cole.

Scott was conceived on January 10th, 1957, in the city of Honolulu, which is located in the state of Hawaii. After graduating from Springfield High School in 1975 and promptly signing up for the service after receiving his diploma, he served in the military from 1975 until 1980. Scott served in the United States Navy as a Submariner beginning in 1975 and retiring as a Senior Chief Petty Officer in 1995.

Scott’s time in the Navy was from 1975 through 1995. Following his retirement from the military, Scott obtained employment as a Database Administrator at Rogue Community College in Grants Pass, Oregon, and as an Institutional Researcher at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, Washington, respectively. Both institutions are located in the Pacific Northwest.

In his spare time, Scott enjoyed reading, going on excursions such as hiking and camping, and spending quality time with the animals he valued.