Scott M. Sorge, 61, passed away on Sunday, February 28 in Naples, Florida after being diagnosed with brain cancer in October 2019. Arrangements will be scheduled at a future date.
He was born on October 10, 1959, in Alliance, Ohio and graduated from Salem High School. He attended Ohio State University and Stark Technical College.
Preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Marie Sorge he leaves behind his loving daughter Rachel Sorge of Oceanside, California, and his devoted son CJ Sorge of Newport Beach, California, and Sue Collier Sorge of San Mateo, California. He was also survived by his brothers Brian Sorge, Naples, Florida, John Sorge, Bloomfield Hills Michigan, one nephew, Anthony Sorge, Missoula Montana, two nieces, Gabrielle Sorge, Kalamazoo, Michigan and Gianna Sorge, Troy, Michigan.
Scott was a talented engineer and began his career at Bliss Manufacturing in Salem Ohio. He then became immersed in the telecommunications field at Cable and Wireless, in Washington D.C., as well as other telecommunications companies. He and his family eventually moved from Herndon, Virginia, to Burlingame, California where they resided for many years. Scott transformed into a talented and revered sales executive. He was most recently Vice President of Sales at Bradio, a San Francisco based multi-platform integrator.
Scott was a lover of outdoor adventures and sports, including rock climbing, surfing, golf, and rugby as well as an avid live music enthusiast and abstract artist. He was a devoted fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team.
Scott will be remembered for his great sense of humor, kindness, and extreme generosity. He would help anyone in need and was always a phone call away for a friend or family member. He enjoyed his relocation to Naples, Florida where he cherished time spent with his dad, brother Brian, Rob Raasch, and loved walking on the beach with his partner Silvia Alvarez.
His long and courageous fight was painted with humor and a quick wit for the nurses and doctors that provided him with outstanding care. He is at peace now and smiling down upon all those that loved him.
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