William "Scott" Scott Stuck

William Scott Stuck was born on November 16, 1969 in Trenton, Michigan. He was one of five children born from the union of his parents: Russell C. Stuck Sr. and Janice A. (Denno) Stuck. William “Scott” Stuck met and married the love of his life, the former Lucinda “Cindi” Garner on July 19, 1991 in Monroe, Michigan. They decided to start a family of their own and were blessed with two sons.

To support his family, Scott spent many years working as a mechanic where he enjoyed working with his hands. His whole world revolved around cars as he spent countless hours driving, working on them and attending numerous car shows. When he wasn’t working on cars, he could be found working meticulously on his yard…… all while drinking a Mountain Dew.

Scott was a funny guy who was always up for having a good time. He loved collecting eagle statues, going on camping trips and being one with nature. He was known by all for throwing the best Halloween parties and he looked forward to hosting them because it was his favorite time of year.

Most of all, Scott was a family-oriented man. He loved spending time with his parents, his wife and children and cherished every moment spent with his two grandsons who knew him best as “Pop Pop”.  His huge personality and ability to make those around him laugh are just a few things that will be deeply missed by his family and those closest to him.

William Scott Stuck, age 49, of Newport passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Henry Ford Hospital in Wyandotte surrounded by his loving family.

To cherish his memory, William leaves behind his beloved wife of 27 years: Lucinda “Cindi” Stuck; his two children: Robert (Shayne) Stuck and Jeremy Stuck; his parents: Russell and Janice Stuck; his three brothers: Russell Stuck Jr., Charles Stuck and Timothy (Kasey) Stuck; his sister: Crystal (Jason) Martin; two grandsons: Cooper and Riley; 2 nieces, 7 nephews; and many extended family members and friends.

Friends may gather on Tuesday, March 12 from 2:00 pm until a Celebration of His Life at 7:00pm at Merkle Funeral Service, North Monroe: 2242 North Monroe Street, (734)384-5185 with Pastor Roy Southerland from Monroe Missionary Baptist Church officiating.

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