Funeral services for Scott Vomacka were held on Monday, November 18, 2019, at 10:30 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Gregory, SD with Pastor Royal Archer officiating.
Janeen Hlavka was in charge of registration and Kary King and Crystal Vomacka were flower attendants.
Honorary urn bearers were Paul Boehmer, Larry Jelinek, Michael Antelope, Avery Antelope, Aaron Vomacka, Justin King, Wayne Springer, Roger Gingery and Brad Bartling.
Kotrba-Smith Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Scott Vomacka was born to Frank and Mable (Stanek) Vomacka on November 16, 1961, in Burke, SD. He was the youngest of their four boys, Sherman, Gary, and Mark. Growing up on the farm Scott enjoyed old tractors, hunting pheasants, and fishing for walleye. He was skilled at woodworking, crafting miniature replicas of ships, aircrafts and cannons in addition to handcrafted chess boards and cutting boards.
Riding and racing his motorcycle and dirt bike were favorite past times. He was skilled with the dirt bike and could do some amazing things with it.
A 1980 Gregory High School graduate, Scott was an enthusiastic Gorilla wrestler. After high school, Scott worked as a certified auto technician at several different locations including Winner, Pierre, Chamberlain, and Minnesota. He was good at auto body work, both the repair and the painting.
Scott had a gift for music and enjoyed playing in the band. He could play the clarinet, saxophone, concertina, accordion, and piano by ear.
His only child is Casey Antelope, born in 1987. He enjoyed sharing his love of target practice with his grandsons Michael and Avery, teaching them to shoot.
Scott was married to Rosanne Musilek for a time in the 90’s. They later divorced as friends, and he developed a friendship with Rosanne’s son Jonathan.
He spent his leisure time with friends from high school and work and people who shared his interests.
Scott passed away at his home in Eden Prairie, MN on November 7, 2019.
Preceded in death by his father Frank, Scott is survived by his daughter Casey, grandsons Michael and Avery, his mother Mable, three brothers Sherman, Gary and Mark, nephew Aaron (Crystal) Vomacka, niece Kary (Justin) King, and many cousins, other relatives and friends.