Scott Danial Troth
September 23, 1960 – July 23, 2022
Scott Troth of Naples, NY, passed away unexpectedly at home on Saturday July 23rd. Scott was born to Lois Nessel and George Troth on September 23rd, 1960 in Rochester. He grew up in Charlotte and spent the last 25 years living in Naples.
Scott is survived by his wife and loving partner of 25 years, Leanne Troth, his 9 children and 15 grandchildren; Autumn Pessin, Danielle Troth (Benjamin Dempsey) and their children Emma, Mallory, Alison, Charlotte, and Jackson, Shannon Bartlett (Jeremey Bartlett) and their son Chase, Cody Troth (Bethany Troth) and their children Isaiah, and Hanna, Jessica Pessin (Robert James) and their children Briceton, Owen, and Landon, Shane Troth (Elizabeth Kuhn) and their children Ryan, and Ryleigh, Robert Pessin (Christel Tice), Zechariah Troth (Ashlee Troth) and their children Elijah, and Ezekiel, and last but certainly not least, Gunner Troth. Scott also has 4 grandchildren on the way that he knew about before his passing that will also carry on his legacy. Scott is also survived by his brothers Steve Troth (Jean Thibodeau) and Robert Nessel. Scott is predeceased by his mother, Lois Nessel, and his father, George Troth.
To know Scott was to love him. Everyone loved him. He was an incredibly charming man who could have a conversation with anyone and he always made you laugh. If there is one thing Scott taught everyone, it is to live everyday as if it were your last; He didn’t waste time being angry or holding grudges; He spread happiness to everyone he met. Scott filled his days with working with his boys, tinkering around his property, spending time with family, and in the evenings, blasting music and porch sitting with his wife while throwing a log for Gunner; He enjoyed the simple things.
Scott was an avid hunter. He enjoyed music, hunting, fishing, camping, and riding his Harley; All hobbies he enjoyed sharing with his kids. If there was one thing Scott will always be remembered for, it’s his love for his family; His wife, kids, and grandkids meant everything to him. Scott will be sorely missed, but each person who loved him will carry him on. He has several grandchildren who carry a part of his namesake. If there was one thing he would have wanted, he would have wanted every single one of his children to know how PROUD he was of them. He strongly contributed to every child’s success, confidence, and skill. Scott was an incredible role model, husband, father, grandfather, and friend. This world was lucky to have him.