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Scott Robert Bahr
March 14, 1967 ~ September 18, 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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Was born in Plainfield, New Jersey on March 14, 1967, and died on September 18, 2023, in Glendale, Wisconsin. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jennifer. He is survived by his parents Barry Bahr (Rosa), Tinton Falls, New Jersey, and Bonibet Bahr (David Olsan), Appleton, Wisconsin. He will be missed in so many ways by his four sons Joseph, Sebastian, Kaleb and Dexter and close family members: sister, Heidi Schueller (William) and sister-in-law Margaret Fruhbauer (Gerardo Martinez); his half-brother Brandon Bahr; his step-brother Jason Olsan and step-sister Heather Olsan; and his Schueller nieces Isabel, Claudia, and Laurelei and Martinez nieces Julia and Madelaine.
Scott held a Bachelor of Science-Management Degree and an MBA from Cardinal Stritch University. He was an active member of North Shore Presbyterian Church. Scouting played a large part in Scott’s life from Cubs in New Jersey to Boy Scouts, Order of the Arrow, Camp Ammon as a youth and later as a counselor In Wisconsin. He mentored his four sons as each joined the Boy Scouts and was passionate about fundraising for their troops, selling Christmas wreaths, flowers, candy and popcorn. His love of music leaned toward the Rush and Led Zeppelin era. He loved watching the Green Bay Packers and riding his Harley Davidson. Scott also had a passion for theater, seeing plays and musicals whenever possible. After trying out for a part in several high school plays, he was smitten with the acting bug and appeared in many community theater dramas and comedy performances throughout his adult life.
A memorial service will be held for Scott on Sunday, October 22, 2023 at 1pm at North Shore Presbyterian Church, 4048 North Bartlett Avenue, Shorewood, Wisconsin 53211. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Boy Scouts of America https://www.threeharborsscouting.org or the Wisconsin Humane Society http://wihumane.org .