LaRue "Scott" Rosbaugh
1962 - 2020
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LaRue (Scott) Rosbaugh, 57, of Etters passed away on Thursday, July 23, 2020 at his home surrounded by family. Born December 18, 1962 in Allentown, PA, he was the son of Tracy LaRue and Sherol Ann (Cooper) Rosbaugh of Slatedale, PA. He was preceded in death by his sister, Kimberly Shimmel. Scott was a graduate of Southern Lehigh High School and received his bachelor's degree in Economics from Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA. He was the Director of Future Plans for the Department of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency, New Cumberland where he worked for thirty-three years. He began his civilian career as an intern assigned to the Army Materiel Command in Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania and later at the former New Cumberland Army Depot. In 1991, he joined the Defense Logistics Agency and rose to the Director of Distribution's Future Plans and had a large impact on the operations direction and strategic relevance to Distribution's worldwide logistics network. In 2019, Scott was awarded the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service, the second highest civilian award in DoD for his outstanding service as director for the last decade. Over the years, Scott was a volunteer youth baseball coach, an avid golfer and fan of all sports. His greatest joy was spending time with his wife, children, family, and friends. He knew that it's worth it to take the time to have an adventure and that a good story is reason enough to do something, especially if you make sure to make everyone laugh when you tell it. In addition to his parents, Scott is survived by his wife Kimberly J. (Hoffman) Rosbaugh; children, Ethan C. Rosbaugh, Sydney N. and Derek A. Shade; siblings, Deborah R. Delaney (John) of Auburndale, FL and Robert N. Rosbaugh (Teresa) of Glen Allen, VA; and cherished nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 10am until the celebration of life services at noon Tuesday at Daybreak Church, 321 Gettysburg Pike, Mechanicsburg. Entombment will follow in Rolling Green Cemetery, Camp Hill. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation (npcf.us). For more information or to send messages of condolence, please visit www.parthemore.com.


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Published in Patriot-News from Jul. 25 to Jul. 26, 2020.
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July 31, 2020
Dear Sherol and Tracy,
We were very sad to hear of Scotty's passing, After all these years, it was easy to recognize him in the picture. We hope that happy memories will help to comfort you in what must be unbelievable pain and sorrow. God bless you and grant you peace and strength.
JoAnn and Bill Cole
Acquaintance
July 26, 2020
Sorry for the family's loss. Scott was a great guy. Intelligent, compassionate, humerus, and humble. Time spent with Scott was always time well spent.
Bob Garrettson
Friend
July 26, 2020
Scott was a great friend to have growing up. His attitude was always generous and fun spirited. He was loved by many and will be missed by all who loved him.
My deepest sympathy to Uncle Tracey, Aunt Sherol, his wife Kim and children, as well as Deb & fam and Bob & fam.
Keeping you all in my prayers and sharing memories of Scott and all of us in days long with my fam.
Peace and Love,
Tena & Glenn
Artena Fairbairn
Friend
July 26, 2020
He was great and will be sorely missed. So sorry for Kim and her family!
Steve Carney
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