Timothy “Scott” Wicke

June 27, 1968 - November 16, 2020

06/27/1968 - 11/16/2020

Past Services

Service
Thursday November 19, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Spring Branch Community Church
1500 N Great Neck Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
(757) 333-7222 | Directions
Additional Information:

Due to COVID, we are limited to the number of guests.  Please clink on the link below to join us virtually.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgMgbPpyK1QY7eT1R86E6rw/videos

Timothy “Scott” Wicke, 52 of Virginia Beach, VA, died peacefully in the arms of his loving wife the morning of November 16, 2020 of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD).  He was born on June 27th, 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland to Paul D. Wicke and Linda M. Wicke.  Scott was a graduate of Glen Burnie High School and a graduate of the University of West Florida.  Scott was the Network Systems Engineer Manager for Spartan-Nash for 30 plus years.  Scott enjoyed working out, golfing, bowling, and football, especially his beloved Alabama Crimson Tide… “Roll Tide”.  He loved to sing (Neil Diamond, Engelbert Humperdinck and countless other artists), dance and enjoyed cooking gourmet meals.  Scott was a loving and devoted husband, son, brother, and friend.  He never met a stranger, he was kind, selfless and always made you feel like you were the most important person in the room.  Scott always put others before himself and cherished all his countless friendships.
Left to cherish his memory, his wife, Melissa K. Wicke of Virginia Beach, Virginia, his father, Paul D, Wicke of Pensacola, Florida, his mother, Linda M. Wicke of Melbourne, Florida, his sister, Carrie Wicke-Bruno (Ernest) of Spring, Texas, step-sister, Tracy Price (Kevin) of Pace, Florida, step-sister Jill Mealy (Mike) of Pensacola, Florida, step-sister Stacey Daugherty of Pensacola, Florida, step-brother Jon Sloan (Kyle) of New Orleans, Louisiana, step-sister Amber McKinnon (Landon) of Pensacola, Florida, sister-in-law Christine Smithson (Christopher) of Reading, Pennsylvania, brother-in-law Paul Swinehart (Amy) of Quarryville, Pennsylvania.  He is also survived by his extended family of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.
A celebration of life for Scott will be held at Spring Branch Community Church at 1500 N. Great Neck Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454 on Thursday, November 19th at 4:00 PM.  Due to COVID, we are limited to the number of guests.  Please clink on the link below to join us virtually.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgMgbPpyK1QY7eT1R86E6rw/videos
We will miss Scott’s loving smile, wonderful personality and we will continue to love him and honor his life and legacy.  Scott would be interested in doing his part to end the burdens of CJD, we are carrying the torch in an effort to create awareness and make contributions to support research of a deeper understanding of CJD, possible treatment and an ultimate cure.  Please join us in making a difference in Scott’s honor.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Scott’s name to raise awareness of CJD at  https://www.cjdfoundation.org/donate. Checks can be mailed to CJD Foundation, 3634 W. Market St., Suite 110, Akron, OH 44333.

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casey g. cox
1 year ago

the world is a darker place without scott in it, goodbye my cousin and friend

Ginger Linton
1 year ago

I worked with Scott at Lewis Bear in Oensacola,Fl. He was one of the sweetest and nicest guy I have ever met. He sure will be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so sorry for the loss. RIP Scotty babe!!

Carrie Wicke Bruno
1 year ago

Missing you and wishing I could tell you how much I love you… save a place for me, I’ll be there soon. Love you, always!

Adam Myers
2 years ago

I only knew him from BBCC he always said Hi and then smiled what a GREAT GUY!!
he will be deeply missed.

Warren Pena
2 years ago

Never had a chance to meet you, but I can tell everyone loved you. Rest in peace ❣️

Warren Pena
2 years ago

Scott

Kari & Ty Zinkiewich
2 years ago

I have Met Scott a few times on my Trips to VB To visit my sister and brother n law Kevin and Jodi Shea. WOW what an incredible man, and to Mel, Family and friends I am so deeply sorry for your tremendous loss. May you find strength, love and much peace surrounding yourself with family and friends not only today but forever.

Evelyn Bruno
2 years ago

What a joy to have met such a lighthearted enchanting soul. I remember your bright smile & easy friendly nature. You will be missed.

PHYLLIS HAAS
2 years ago

He was the greatest boss at Lewis Bear Company and GSC. He will be miss and he always had a smile and best friend anyone could ask for !!!

Angie Liddell
2 years ago

Fly high Scott! I will always remember that smile and how kind you always were. Such a big heart ❤! You will be missed but forever remembered! RIP