Scott Allen Lazenby

August 23, 1968 - October 07, 2021

Scott Allen Lazenby

August 23, 1968 - October 07, 2021

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Scott Allen Lazenby, 53, of Toledo, OH passed away October 7, 2021. It is with great sadness that our family announces the passing of Scott A. Lazenby, beloved son, father, brother, uncle, and friend. Scott was born in Toledo, Ohio on August 23, 1968 to Daniel Lazenby and Charleen Wellinger. He attended Lake High School in Millbury, grew up in Walbridge, and then moved to Toledo. Scott was preceded in death by his brother Steve, his Aunt Darla, and his grandparents.

He is survived by his parents Dan (Sandra) Lazenby, Charleen Wellinger, his son Brett Lazenby, his brother Tim Lazenby, his sisters Jill (Michael) Warmer, Stacy Bell, and Traci (Duane) Lender, his nephews Nathaniel and Nicholas (Pickles) Lender, his Aunt Debbie (Garry) Knipp, his Uncle Gaylon Stafford and a multitude of friends who will miss him tremendously.

Scott has been a sports fan his entire life with his favorite teams being the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cincinnati Reds, and the Tampa Bay Rays. It is our biggest hope that there is a casino in heaven as Scott was his happiest when he was heading to Vegas. Scott has been an engineer/conductor for Norfolk Southern Railroad for the past 17 years. We invite you to celebrate Scott’s life on Saturday, October 16th from 2pm-6pm at Jude Thaddeus Post, 5919 Teletowne Drive Suite #4, Toledo, Ohio 43612.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Humane Ohio.

Arrangements are entrusted with Habegger Funeral Services. Habegger Funeral Services is honored to serve the Lazenby family. We encourage you to share a fond memory or condolence by visiting www.habeggerfuneralservices.com

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2 responses to Scott Allen Lazenby

  1. Troy Lindsay says:

    RIP MY BROTHER.
    You will be missed

  2. So very sad to hear of his passing. Healing prayers to the family. Scott would always come into Rockets Cafe to get his Gyro and dr pepper! We exchanged many stories of Vegas! We will miss him deeply.

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