Rochester, NY: Passed away after a courageous battle with meningioma brain tumors on 02/19/22 at the age of 61.
Bill’s passion was cooking. He was last employed at Roam Café.
Predeceased by his parents Danial & Rosemary Scobell. Brother Thomas and brother in-law Steven Greene.
Survived by his siblings: Cheryl & Mark Rotoli, Kevin Scobell, Daniel Scobell, Barbara Greene, Sandra & Timothy Thompson, Lynn Vigerzi, David Scobell; Many cousins, nieces, nephews and great nephew Greyson Thompson; Numerous friends and coworkers.
Bill was actively involved with AA of Rochester who he credited with helping him to achieve sobriety for over 25 years.
No calling hours. Bills ashes will be scattered at Riverside Cemetery in the Spring. Date to be announced and all are welcomed to attend
Sandy and Tim, we are so sorry to hear about your brother. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Roam is one of our favorite restaurants… I’ll bet your brother has cooked a meal for us before. Our deepest sympathy. 🙏 💙Tom and Mary Pat
Dear Sandy, Tim and family and the Scobell family,
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Hold onto your memories and he’ll always live on in your hearts. We enjoyed some of his delicious dishes he made over the years. But, you had a hard time getting him to part with his recipes. Lol
Thoughts and prayers are with you all, may he rest in peace.
Jack and Judy Thompson and family
I’m sorry for your loss – I worked with Bill for a time and he always made me laugh.
My Deepest Sympathies to The Scobell Family. Bill and I became Friends when we worked together at Murphy & Nallys. We had so much fun together, his laughter was contagious. He was one of the funniest guys I ever met. After drifting apart when the business closed, we met again years later in Recovery. We attended meetings together and Bill was always willing to help The New Members with a “Matter Of Fact” approach to getting sober, He was also compassionate Man and would help The Newcomers work through lifes problems. I will miss my Friend Bill but, I will Never, Ever Forget Him. God Bless The Scobell Family
Our sincere condolences to the family. We will keep Bill and family in prayers. We have fond memories of him. God bless!
John & Tina Corregedor
With a heavy heart I extend my condolences to the Scobell family. Growing up I remember Bill and his sense of humor. In fact we met up a while back for coffee and reminisced on old times. It was as if time hadn’t changed us a bit besides growing older on the outside. I can imagine he and my deceased brother, Richard, are reunited in spirit and it’s nice to know our soul lives on eternally. It’s how I see it. Keep the Faith!
RIP., BILL .. gone but not forgotten. Until we’ll meet again ole’ friend.
-Tina Marie Corregedor( the youngest sibling, 🙂 of the Corregedor’s )
Thank you Tina,
Sadly but thankfully Bill will meet up with a few old friends.
Take care and say hello to your family
Hello Miss Thompson, my name is Edward Bell I got the news late and I’m so sorry that I didn’t send my condolences sooner. (Billy Boy) that’s what I used to call him he was a great friend with a huge ❤️if I did something wrong ,he would get on my case I knew that when he did that he was doing it as good friend.He will be missed by me dearly, but I know he’s in a better place his memory will live with me forever God bless 🙏🙏 him.