Frank Scott Gruber

July 24, 1963January 25, 2021

Frank Scott Gruber passed away unexpectedly on January 25, 2021. He was born on July 24, 1963 to Frank and Marie Gruber, the youngest of three children. A lifelong Rockland resident, Scott grew up in New City graduating from Clarkstown North High School in 1981. Afterwards, he pursued Art at Pratt Institute graduating with his degree in 1985. He worked for Orange and Rockland Utility Company for over twenty years. Scott worked his way through the company and was in the Corporate Affairs department at the time of his passing.

When Scott wasn't at work he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, especially his two children Frank and Olivia Gruber. He was an avid bowler and could be found every Wednesday night at New City Bowling Alley making people laugh as he so often did. He will be thought of when we hear the music of the Beatles, go to a NJ Devils' game, cheer on the Jets, see the color orange or one of his designs in print or on a gymnasium floor.

He is survived by his wife Noreen Gruber: their two children Frank and Olivia. His sister Jan Dyer, brother Neil Gruber(wife Mandy) as well as his three nephews Nick Dyer, Patrick Gruber (wife Jeanette), and Scott Gruber (wife Amanda). In the words of John Lennon, "We will all shine on, like the moon and stars, and sun, We will all shine on..."

A Private Cremation will take place with a Memorial Service at a later date.


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Jake Thornton

February 4, 2021

I worked with Scott as a vendor to O&R. Scott was my friend and the voice of reason. He last asked me to reduce the opacity of my companies logo on his outage map. We made the change. If only the world would remember Scott every time that logo gets noticed.


Chris Carpezzi

February 1, 2021

To my friend since kindergarten, we had such a great growing up together. You know you are loved and please say hi to Dennis.

Aseem Kapur

January 30, 2021

Scott was a true gentleman and it was always a pleasure to work with him. He was always respectful and eager to collaborate and help out his peers.
My sincere condolences for this loss. May his friends and family find the strength to get through this difficult time.

carolyn carpezzi

January 29, 2021

To my 4th brother & best friend I will miss you dearly. I hope you are in heaven making everyone laugh as you usually do. Ronnie &I will try to keep our teams average up knowing you will be watching. You have the most amazing kids & Noreen has been awesome. I will watch over them when I can. Go be happy as you should. I love you.

Eric Colasacco

January 29, 2021

I remember Scott at work in O&R. He was always nice to everyone and he will be missed..... Our heartfelt condolences for his Family and friends. May he rest in peace.

Jennifer Hall

January 29, 2021

Thank you for interviewing me that day Scott. My life has changed for the better because I met you and my O&R family. I will remember you always, especially at fun group outings.

Edward Bedder

January 28, 2021

Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss.
I had the opportunity to work with Scott at O&R and always considered him to be a wonderful presence, both in our work, and our conversations about life in general. May he Rest In Peace with full knowledge of how much he will be missed, and always loved.

Gary Nannariello

January 28, 2021

A great guy,I knew him from shoprite and he was my neighbor for a while, we went to some concerts together,we shared the love of music and sports.Miss you buddy.

Sean Moloney

January 28, 2021

I’ve known Scott from the old ShopRite days. A great worker , a lot of good times, he was always In good spirits.. I will never forget the bus trip to Shea Stadium we put together. He would always be there when you needed him. He will be well missed by many friends and family. RIP Scott