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Scott Allan Zuber

March 11, 2024 | 5 comments

Scott Allan Zuber, 61, of Viroqua passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2024, at Gundersen Hospital in La Crosse, Wisconsin. He was born on August 27, 1962, in Monroe, Wisconsin as the son of Donald and Lorraine (Johnson) Zuber. Scott graduated from New Glarus High School in 1980 and was a carpenter for over thirty years and a proud member of the Carpenters Union 314. Through his dedication to helping his community through volunteer work and as a member of AA with 13 years of sobriety, Scott was able to reach countless people and change lives. Scott’s faith led him to become a certified archery instructor which led to his passion for volunteering at Kicking Bear. He was also certified as a Mental Health Coach First Responder for both youth and adults.

Scott loved the outdoors, whether he was camping, working on his car, or doing yard work, he could always be found with his fishing pole within arms reach for any given opportunity to do some fishing. He was always up for an adventure.

He was treasured and loved deeply by his family and many friends, especially his companion Jennifer Bentzen. They shared a special relationship, and her grandson Shaw was also his fishing buddy.

Scott is survived by his loving daughter, Cynthia (Steve) Fike, of Fort Benton, Montana. He is also survived by his granddaughters, Jolene and Elizabeth, his brother Steve (Ruth) of New Glarus, his nieces Paula, Ashley (Alex), Hailey (Nathan), Hannah (Brady), and nephew Tony (Hailey), as well as great-nieces Kylie, CeCe, and Kya, and great-nephews Ethan and Tristan. He is also survived by a host of loving aunts, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Jim and Mike, and nephew Michael Castle.

The family would like to thank the Gundersen Oncology Department for their care.

Visitation will be held on March 16, 2024, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, followed by services at 12:00 pm at First Free Church, located at 123 Mason Street, Onalaska.



  1. foster-deb

    Steve and Family ,I am So Sorry for your loss Hugs Deb Foster

  2. Jayne C Olson

    My deepest condolences to you and your family. Scott was a wonderful man. He was so good to my brother Carly Kirschner, giving him rides to meetings, visiting him at Bethel Oaks. I thought very highly of him and other AA members.
    I am sorry I can not be at the visitation, but will pray for him.
    Carly and Scott are probably talking in heaven.

  3. Kitty Stellick

    A great loss to our community but his legacy will always be a part of us.
    Pause Pray and Proceed.
    Love Kitty

  4. Lorna Olson

    Our deepest condolences. Scott was a wonderful person and neighbor. He always had a positive mindset and something good to say about everything. We will miss seeing Scott out and about. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Rilla French

    To the Zuber Family: So sorry to learn that the Zuber Brothers – Jim, Mike & Scott have all passed on to eternal life within less than 6 months of one another… As a former classmate of Scott’s (and at one time a neighbor of Zuber’s) please accept my sincere condolences. I am sure words fall empty at a time like this especially to those lives he touched so tenderly. May the love/support of family/friends walk with you in the days ahead. God Bless, Rilla French


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