Scott Roessing
President of Buck Fever for 13 years

Scott Roessing, age 45 of Seguin, passed away on July 24, 2009.

Funeral services were held July 27, 2009 at Faith Lutheran Church with Pastor William Lange and Pastor Tim Bauerkemper officiating. Interment followed at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.

Scott was born on March 14, 1964 in Seguin, Texas to Hilbert Alfred and Doris Ann Henk Roessing.  Scott was a member of the Seguin Matador Graduating Class of 1982. He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. He was a long time employee of the Koehler Co. where he was currently a mill work project manager and served on the Koehler Co. Board of Managers.

As an active member of his community, Scott served 13 of 18 years as President of Buck Fever, past member of the Board of the Seguin Outdoor Learning Center, Member of the Board of Appeals for the City of Seguin
and a past member of the Seguin Lions Club where he served as President and later transferred membership to the Geronimo Lions Club.

Scott’s passions were family, friends and hunting. He loved nothing more than Hunting with his girls or spending time with family and friends at the Ranch and the River Lot.

Scott was preceded in death by his father, Hilbert “Middy” Roessing, grandparents, Albert and Lillie Henk,
step-grandfather, Mike Schwerdtfeger and father-in-law, Melvin Schumann. Survivors include his loving wife, Darla Roessing; daughters and lights of his life, Jessica Roessing and McKenna Roessing; mother, Doris Roessing; brother, Ross Roessing and wife, Kim; grandmother, Elmie Schwerdtfeger; aunts and uncles, Floyd and Joann Henk, Clarence and Joyce Voss, Harold and Barbara Henk, Norvin and Margot Roessing and Jesse and Deloris Atzger; mother-in–law, Bernice Hoffmann and husband, Paul; sister-in-law, Rhonda Koenig and husband, Brad; nephews, Reagan and Nathan Koenig; many other loving family members and an entire grateful community of friends.

Serving as pallbearers were Brad Koenig, Neal Brodbeck, Eric Ernst, Brennan Knight, Scott Kolbe, Jay Voss, Russell Henk and Robert Henk. Serving as honorary pallbearers wer the Koehler Co. Board of Directors and the Buck Fever Board of Directors.

Memorial contributions may be made in Scott’s memory to:
Buck Fever,
P.O. Box 230 / Seguin, Texas 78156
or to the Seguin Outdoor Learning Center, 1865 East U. S. Hwy. 90, Seguin, Texas, 78155.



Ode to a Hunting Partner -  Written by Neal Brodbeck 9/23/2009



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