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William Scarbrough

September 6, 1962 - September 2, 2018

Evansville Indiana Obits


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    Ronda wildman says

    My dear dear friend this still don’t seem real I will forever love and miss you now you have found peace and if there is racing in heaven I will be there to watch you and your dad racing is over for me it just would not be the same without you two there rest in peace my dear friend. I will miss out talks forever in my heart love you miss you

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    Mandy Rogers says

    I can’t believe you’re gone. Rest easy Old School.

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    Amber Wilder says

    Its been 2 years and i still cry every time i think of you. I miss you so much dad. I know your probably racing in heaven today. Get em dad. Youll always be a huge winner to me. We love you. We miss you. R.i.p.

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    Amber says

    It’s getting close to the reunion time of the day that you was taken from us. It still hasn’t gotten any easier dad. I just miss you so so much. I feel your presence sometimes and it gives me Comfort. I love you and miss you so much.

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William Scarbrough, 55, of Evansville, Indiana, passed away September 2, 2018 in Evansville. He was born September 6, 1962, son of Frank and Joann Scarbrough.

He is survived by his spouse of 3 years, Dana Biggs; children, Amber (Deshawn) Wilder and Eric Scarbrough; step-children, Scott Sale and J.D. Sale; grandchildren, Makayla Scarbrough, Ryan Scarbrough, Tylan Scarbrough, Caleb Scarbrough, Raujah Madison, Daejon Rhodes; siblings, Shirley Scarbrough, Linda Shelton, and Virlene Kerr; daughter-in-law, Sara Squires and Dina Horton; and dear ex-wife of over 20 years, Donna Husk. He was preceded in death by his parents and granddaughter, Erica Scarbrough.

William “Old School” Scarbrough was a man of hard labor and took great pride in it. He was a family man that would go above and beyond any means to help and protect. He spent many years of his life owning his own roofing company, working on race cars, and racing at Chandler Motor Speedway. He was following in his father, Frank’s, footsteps, and continued to pass the knowledge down to his son, Eric. He loved his grandchildren more than life itself. His time of passing came too soon and has affected many people who love him dearly. He will be forever remembered and missed.