May God bless you and your family. I'll never forget your Mom Dad and Larry!
Muriel, Gary and the rest of the Scoble family, please accept my condolences on your loss. While growing up, Larry and I couldn't get away with a whole lot with your Dad and mine around. He will be missed.
January 27, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God give you strength to cope with your loss. Muriel and Val look back and smile on all the wonderful times we all had with your entire family. May God be with you.
Jesse and Mary Durfey
i was a child and lived next to the scobles on the ottawa river our famileys hung out together through forth of julys swimming, fishing with larry, hanging out with val, bringing murial flowers and watching the love between walt and anna mae. iI have been blessed to have such a wondeerful family next door to me helping to shape the person that i am today..... to work hard ...play hard... and to love my wife and children always sincerely mike and carol Nadaud and family
Muriel and Val,
Bob and I are sorry to hear about your loss,and we send our sympathy to you and your family.
Bob and Sue Socie
So glad we have such nice memories of Walt. It was fun talking over old times "on the beat" in recent years. This old world is the better because he was here.
Our sympathy is extended to the family of this fine Brother who has passed to join others in Heaven to provide a greater service to the Lord. May God's comfort be with you at this difficult time.
I had the pleasure of being Chief Scoble's secretary while he was chief.
He was a very compassionate and caring person and was well respected by all who new him.
I extend my condolences to the Chief's Family.
Beverly Gowing, Secretary retired
Palmetto, Fl./Marblehead, Oh
I met Chief Scoble When I was transferred to The US Secret Service Toledo Office in 1980. It was a busy Presidential campaign year and I knew no one at TPD.When the first candidate came to Toledo I was assigned to coordinate security for the visit. The first person I met was Chief Scoble.He introduced me around and suddenly it seemed I knew most of the cops in Toledo. That visit and many others went well because of the help Chief gave me I will always be gratefull. All of his family has my deepest sympathy.
I've always loved you every day of my life and I will still remember you from these very sad days and on. You were very loving and brave and it's not just me who loved you but everybody you knew. You were in the Navy you were chief of the toledo police department and you shook the hand of president Ronald Regan. You'v done a lot in you'r life and I'm very proud of you. You'r wife was Anna Mae so tell her that I loved her very very mutch to. You were the best papa I could ever have. Me and Kyle are gonna miss you very mutch! Love Zack Scoble
My father, Captain Ronald Marr was friends with Chief Scoble throughout his career with the TPD. He always spoke very highly of Chief Scoble. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.
My father, Lt. James Schneider, worked for Chief Scoble while on Selective Enforcement. I was just a kid then, but I remember he thought the world of him. My condolences to the family.
Muriel and Gary and family....please accept our sincere condolences in the loss of your dad....we got to spend a little time with him on Saturday mornings at T-Bones in Henderson, NV when he came to live with you in recent months. He was a very nice, polite gentleman, even though he was dealing with many health issues at the time. It was an honor to know such a fine man. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family, and that we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. God bless all of you.
Peggie and David Riccio (Windham, NH, formerly Henderson, NV)
Dear Scoble family I give you my deepest sympathy. God bless you all.
I worked with Walt both on Selective Enforcement and he was respected by all who worked for him and he respected all who worked for him. I spent many a night driving him around Toledo and I enjoyed every minute.
Muriel and Val, our thought and prayers are with you. We have such great memories of Uncle Walt and Aunt Anna Mae. We were fortunate to share Florida vacations, 4th of July parties and all the wonderful family times. This last Christmas will always be special as we were all together. He was a "special" person in our and our childrens lives. God Bless.
My condolences to the Scoble family. I used to have coffee with Captain Scoble every night at the old Lincoln Rest. He will always be remembered as a very good Police officer and a great person.
My condolences to Brent and other members of the Scoble family. I was assigned to the SelecTive Enforcement Unit under then Captain Scoble and found him to be an excellent command officer, leader, and person. He was well respected.
Words alone cannot describe the fondness that existed for this man as a Police Officer. He was a true Man among Men to those who worked with him and under his Command. He was trully respected and he will never be forgotten. He has left all of us with a Legacy of the Highest Respect. God Bless his family at this time.
Time passes by and so has thee.
Fond faded memories of what used to be.
The Scoble family were the best neighbors any one could ask for. Our families were close as I grew up and I have nothing but fond memories.
You gave me my first job as a young boy cutting lawns. You paid me a dollar each time and I was thrilled. I saved all summer to buy my first fishing reel.
Fourth-Of-July holidays were always great times. Do you remember the time you sat at your picnic table with a huge box of fireworks? Somehow the entire box started going off and while you sat there stunned, everyone else dove for cover.
As a pre-teen I would stop by regularly and watch TV with you. Your favorite program was "Adam-12" and your only rule was ... no talking.
You were a bit of a second father to me although I never told you so.
Our families stayed close through the years but alas changes came. Now just a feeling of emptiness inside all the same.
May you be walking "the beat" in heaven, with Anna Mae and Larry by you side. I will miss you.
You are all in my prayers. Walt was a great guy and wonderful neighbor who let my kids go fishing on his dock. Im sure he left all of you with memories to cherish.
Condolances for the most respected Captain and man that I had the pleasure of knowing and working with!
Paul Berning, Selective Enforcement.
You are all in our prayers. I have such fond memories of Uncle Walt. He was truely a special man. xoxox
With love and fondest of memories we celebrate the elevation of our "Uncle Walt"!! He was a man of his word and a profoundly devoted family man. He loved his family beyond words and will be remembered lovingly by family and friends.