Scott Sanker

by Lynn McMillen
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  Scott Sanker Profile PhotoScott Sanker, a true southerner and proud Marine, passed away peacefully in his home in Ethridge, Tennessee, on June 7, 2024. Born on October 28, 1985, to the late Phillip Gerry Sanker and Mary Kimberly Whittaker Sanker, Scott’s life was a testament to hard work, dedication, and love for family and community.

Known for his remarkable talent in woodworking, Scott was a handyman and a true “jack of all trades.” He took immense pride in building various items for his home alongside his loving wife, Julie Sanker. Together, they created beautiful pieces, including their dining room set and deck, which stand as lasting tributes to his craftsmanship and devotion.

Scott was also an avid fisherman, spending countless joyful hours with Julie fishing down at Wilson in Florence, Alabama. These moments of tranquility on the water were some of his most cherished.

Scott’s service as a proud Marine was a significant part of his life, and he carried the values of honor, courage, and commitment throughout his days. His legacy of service and dedication will be remembered by all who knew him.

He leaves behind his beloved wife, Julie Sanker, and his two children, Brock and Kimmy. Scott is also survived by his siblings: Stacy Stewart, Tammy Britt, Chris Morris-Garrett, Phillip Ryan Sanker, Lee Anne Daniels, Codye Butler, Ross Sanker, and Noah Sanker; his in-laws, Rex and Connie Johnson; his brother and sisters-in-law, Laura and Tommy Travis, Kim Johnson; and numerous nieces and nephews: Alexandria, Remington, Justin, Hailey, Tyler, Nlake, Rylinn, Pierce, Emery, Kinley, Jacelin, Haddie-Leigh, Jared, Jenna, and Tommy.

Preceded in death by his parents, Scott’s legacy of love, craftsmanship, and service will live on in the hearts of his family and friends.

A celebration of Scott Sanker’s life will be held on Friday, June 21, 2024, from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Williams Funeral Home in Blevins Hall. Military Honors will take place at 2:00 PM, a fitting tribute to a man who served his country with pride.

Scott will be deeply missed but forever remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

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