September 23, 1951 – May 14, 2018
Scott W. Bork, 66, of Easley, went home to be with his Lord & Savior on Monday May 14, 2018. Born in Lackawanna, New York, he is the son of the late James Bork and the late Carol Czaster, and the husband of Cheryl Bork.
Scott was very loved by his family. He loved music, and enjoyed playing and teaching others to play the acoustic guitar. He loved teaching his son about cars and life, and his daughter on how to be treated on dates and to enjoy cultural differences. Scott had an entrepreneurial spirit and enjoyed finding ways to empower and assist others. He had a great deal of compassion for others, and was called into nursing in his late 30’s. He worked in hospital settings before forming a partnership with Rhonda Duncan to be consultants in the healthcare industry. They worked together for many years, and then Scott ventured out on his own, and then finally working for Quorum Healthcare. He also helped launched Innovations in Healthcare, Medical Inspirations, DunBurks Premier Events, Enrapt Theater Group, ILY Soaps and Pandora Coffee.
Scott is survived by his wife Cheryl of 40 years, one son; Tim Bork and his wife Rebecca of Easley, daughter; Sarah Bork of Easley, two grandsons; Jesse and Lincoln Bork of Easley, one brother; Mark Bork and his wife Annie of Arizona, four sisters; Lynn Southcott and her husband Harold of New York, Lexa Boling and her husband Kevin of Marietta, SC, Valerie Greguire and her husband Fred of Lyman, SC and Becky Summer of Greer. In addition there are many nieces and nephews and dear, dear friends.
Services will be held at M.J. Dolly Cooper Veterans Cemetery, 140 Inway Drive, Anderson, South Carolina on Friday May 18, 2018 at 3pm, followed by a meal and Celebration of Life party at DunBurks Premier Events in Easley.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial be sent to Open Arms Hospice/McCall House in Simpsonville. Online memorial can be sent to WWW.Dillardfunerals.com
Dillard Funeral Home is assisting the Bork family.
- Graveside Service Friday, May 18, 2018
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June 11, 2018
So sorry to hear of Scott's death. I was on the board of Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans, Vermont during all of the times Scott was there. He provided invaluable leadership to the nursing staff during challenging transitions and was always kind and personable. He liked the small community and hospital in Vermont but missed his family a lot. I am so sorry that you did not have more time together.
May 16, 2018
Cheryl Tim and Sarah, I am thinking of all of you through this difficult time. I have know Scott for over 30 years. He was a funny energetic person. I remember sitting around the table at holidays playing games. One of the funniest times was at Thanksgiving when he offered to do the dishes. He was in their hours before he realized he re washed the dishes over and over as we handed them to him. A great father. Loved his sense of humor. He will be missed by many. I love you all
May 16, 2018
Cheryl, Sarah and Tim, I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was a wonderful man that taught me a lot about life. He was a mentor to many and helped me more than he will ever know. I loved how his feet were always taping or moving when he was sitting and how he'd circle his thumbs around each other when his hands were together and he was listening to you. He had a great smirk. He will be greatly missed. I know how much he loved his family and was so proud of his children and grandchildren. I hope you find comfort in each other and your beautiful memories. I'm so glad I had the chance to be part of his life and I will remember and love him forever ❤️
May 16, 2018
Cheryl,Tim and Sarah may your memories help get you through this difficult time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Connie and Dave
May 16, 2018
Cheryl my prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time!
In times like these,praying that God's peace and love will comfort you today and always.
For thou hast been a strength to the needy!
God Bless, Joy Maxey