Scott Edin Death – On April 17, Scott Edin, who was the chief financial officer of Northfield Hospital, passed away at Mayo Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota, despite his best efforts to recover from an illness. He was said to have succumbed to lung cancer. He was 64 years old. He was great husband, father, friend and co-worker. He enjoyed life, loved his wife and kids. Scott will be missed as a leader, colleague, and friend.
Who is Scott Edin?
Scott obtained a BS in Hospital Financial Management from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. In 1989, he earned a master’s degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health. At the University of Michigan, he met his future wife and almost 35-year life companion, Bobbie. Scott and Bobbie were married on October 22, 1988, in Amery, Wisconsin, with Erik Anderson, Bobbie’s son, in attendance to celebrate their new existence. Scott accepted Erik as his son immediately.
Scott and Bobbie made their home in Amery, Wisconsin, where Scott spent 33 years as the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Amery Hospital. In Amery, they welcomed three lovely children: Bryan Dewey, Danielle Anna, and Jacob Dewey. Scott and Bobbie relocated to Northfield, Minnesota upon his 2015 appointment as chief financial officer at Northfield Hospital. He quickly made cherished acquaintances and golfing partners in town. In the spring of 2022, Scott and Bobbie traveled to Europe with acquaintances from Northfield. In the autumn of 2022, Scott and his family had a wonderful trip to Hawaii that left everyone with cherished memories.
On Saturday, April 29, 2023, from 3 to 7 PM, there will be a visitation held at the Williamson-White Funeral Home in Amery, Wisconsin. On Sunday, April 30, 2023, there will also be a visitation held for one hour before to the ceremonies at the church. On Sunday, the 30th of April, at 2:00 p.m., there will be funeral services performed at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. Donations to the National Cancer Institute or Feed My Starving Children are welcome in place of traditional floral tributes, per the family’s desire.
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