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Scott Glenn Zoller

April 26, 1973 — November 26, 2023

Denver, CO

Scott Glenn Zoller passed away on November 26 at his home in Denver, Colorado.  At the age of 50, his death was unexpected, but of natural causes. He is survived by his mother, Linda Zoller and sister, Amy Zoller, who reside in Goshen, Indiana.  Scott’s nephews, Zachary and Nathan Smoot, also reside in Goshen with niece, Shannon Smoot, living in Bloomington, Indiana.  Scott leaves behind several friends considered family all across the country.  They know who they are. Scott was preceded in death by his father, Glenn Zoller.

Scott was born in Goshen, Indiana on April 26, 1973.  His childhood was filled with toy trains and trucks, swimming, camping, and baseball.  His love of baseball lasted through high school resulting in a Most Valuable Player award.  He also played football for Goshen High School. Where he graduated from in 1991. Scott went on to graduate in 1996 with two Bachelor of Science degrees: Environmental Health (Health Physics) and Environmental Health (Industrial Hygiene).  Upon graduating from Purdue, Scott moved to Colorado and his career took him around the country. 

Scott’s career started in 1996 when he joined Environmental Chemical Corporation (ECC) as a Health Physicist. One of his first jobs was for the US Bureau of Reclamation in Benton Harbor, Michigan, where 1,500 cubic yards of radiological materials and debris were characterized and shipped to a landfill for disposal. This project was one of many that solidified his distinguished 27-year career as a Certified Health Physicist. In this role Scott worked on over 20 radiological projects planning, developing work plans, writing reports, overseeing environmental monitoring, and integrating critical safety requirements for a variety of radiological contaminants.

Scott had many interests.  He was an avid Purdue men’s basketball fan and would often watch games (including Indiana games!) with his sister.  He loved horror movies and had quite the home collection. He enjoyed playing fantasy football with his friends and was often a season champion. His friends and family recall how much Scott enjoyed his alone time, watching sports on television, reading classics and modern-day fiction, and playing video games (his favorites included Diablo and Skyrim).  Scott often shopped for pottery while visiting Goshen and enjoyed exploring art galleries around the country.

Scott’s family and friends will be invited to celebrate his life at a later date in Denver.


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