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Scott A. Breyfogle

September 6, 1952 – August 6, 2021


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Scott A. Breyfogle, 68, of Mesa AZ, passed away Friday, August 6, 2021, at Mountain Vista Medical Center after a hard fought battle with Covid 19. Scott was born on September 6, 1952 in Sioux City, IA, and was the son of the late Roger and Maureen (Larson) Breyfogle. He graduated from Riverside High School, class of 1970. Scott then joined the Air Force in December, 1970 where he was stationed in Thailand. He was honorably discharged in April, 1974. Scott later moved to Arizona in 1978 and began his proud 43 year career with Greyhound Bus Lines, where he would eventually end up travelling over 3 and half million miles. Scott met the love of his life and future wife Susan in 1981. They would have celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this December. Along with his wife, he is survived by his brother Michael and sister-in-law Linda; sons Shawn, Christopher, Jeffrey, and daughter-in-law Michelle. He is also survived by his grandchildren Sophia, Nolan, and Lila. A Celebration of Life will be held starting at 10 A.M. Friday, August 27, 2021 at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The Celebration of Life will be followed by an escort to the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85024 at 2 P.M. where Scott will receive Military honors before being placed to rest.

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3 responses to “Scott A. Breyfogle”

  1. micheal breyfogle says:

    dear brother i will miss you for the rest of our time on this earth my wish is to see you again in my after life you . i miss you and will forever love you. michael

  2. Steven Breyfogle says:

    My dear cousin, Scott…it’s so hard to say goodbye to you. We’ve shared a lot in the last few years and even got to visit with you many times over the years. We grew up together as kids in Sioux City, Iowa and I spent a lot of time with you in those days. All my memories are so special of those times…can’t wait to meet you again when I get to heaven. You are dearly loved and missed beyond description. Love forever, your Cousin, Steve

  3. Mike Frederick says:

    My old friend Scott, I just heard about your passing. Your an unforgettable character for sure. To know you is to love you, Scooter. You are loved and missed by many for sure. My condolences to Susan & the family. I know Mike & Scott were good buddies; and I know how tough it is to lose a brother when he’s your best friend. Even though we’ve lost touch over the last few years, Scott was a lifetime friend, someone who made my life brighter with lots of laughter. We could go on for hours about the characters we knew. Will always speak fondly of Scott.

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Scott A. Breyfogle

September 6, 1952 – August 6, 2021


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Scott A. Breyfogle, 68, of Mesa AZ, passed away Friday, August 6, 2021, at Mountain Vista Medical Center after a hard fought battle with Covid 19. Scott was born on September 6, 1952 in Sioux City, IA, and was the son of the late Roger and Maureen (Larson) Breyfogle. He graduated from Riverside High School, class of 1970. Scott then joined the Air Force in December, 1970 where he was stationed in Thailand. He was honorably discharged in April, 1974. Scott later moved to Arizona in 1978 and began his proud 43 year career with Greyhound Bus Lines, where he would eventually end up travelling over 3 and half million miles. Scott met the love of his life and future wife Susan in 1981. They would have celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this December. Along with his wife, he is survived by his brother Michael and sister-in-law Linda; sons Shawn, Christopher, Jeffrey, and daughter-in-law Michelle. He is also survived by his grandchildren Sophia, Nolan, and Lila. A Celebration of Life will be held starting at 10 A.M. Friday, August 27, 2021 at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The Celebration of Life will be followed by an escort to the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85024 at 2 P.M. where Scott will receive Military honors before being placed to rest.

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3 responses to “Scott A. Breyfogle”

  1. micheal breyfogle says:

    dear brother i will miss you for the rest of our time on this earth my wish is to see you again in my after life you . i miss you and will forever love you. michael

  2. Steven Breyfogle says:

    My dear cousin, Scott…it’s so hard to say goodbye to you. We’ve shared a lot in the last few years and even got to visit with you many times over the years. We grew up together as kids in Sioux City, Iowa and I spent a lot of time with you in those days. All my memories are so special of those times…can’t wait to meet you again when I get to heaven. You are dearly loved and missed beyond description. Love forever, your Cousin, Steve

  3. Mike Frederick says:

    My old friend Scott, I just heard about your passing. Your an unforgettable character for sure. To know you is to love you, Scooter. You are loved and missed by many for sure. My condolences to Susan & the family. I know Mike & Scott were good buddies; and I know how tough it is to lose a brother when he’s your best friend. Even though we’ve lost touch over the last few years, Scott was a lifetime friend, someone who made my life brighter with lots of laughter. We could go on for hours about the characters we knew. Will always speak fondly of Scott.

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