Scott Muehlbauer

Scott David Muehlbauer

Sunday, October 5th, 1975 - Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
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Scott David Muehlbauer, resident of Lāna’i City, HI, formerly of DeForest, WI, passed away on
August 18, 2020 at Maui Memorial Hospital at the age of 44 years.
Scott had a love for traveling, and cultures , but most important were the people he would
meet and become instant life-time friends with. His smile, laugh, and sense of humor have lead
to the many memories and stories that could fill volumes.
Though born in a small town outside Madison, WI, at the age of 18 he began what would be
almost an endless pursuit to visit as many countries and peoples around the world as possible.
As one of Jehovah’s Witnesses he also loved to volunteer his time helping others in preaching
the Kingdom good news, as well as assisting on various construction projects, such as the
local Kingdom Hall in Lāna’i , HI.
Eventually Scott moved to Mongolia, to learn the language, help teach others the Bible, and
supported himself teaching English for over 6 years before returning to Lāna’i.
Though Scott never married, or had children, he is survived by his parents, Paul and Pam, and
his brother, Michael. To the testament of the type of person Scott is, his family includes the
hundreds of brothers and sisters, aunties and uncles, and precious friends from all over the
world who got to visit and know him. We will all greatly miss his love, hugs, laughter, and story
The family will be arranging a memorial talk on Aug 29th at 1:00pmHST via Zoom.
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Eydi e Barrientos

Posted at 10:15am
Dearest Paul, Pam and Michael, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son and for you Michael your brother. It seems that losing someone that we love is just about all this system is about. I never got the chance to meet Scott, but if he was anything like the three of you be must have been wonderful! I look forward to meeting him in the paradise! No doubt Jehovah will resurrect him close to his family so that you can have that big group hug! I will pray that Jehovah will give you the strength to keep your joy during this very sorrowful time. Psalms 4:3. With warm Christian affection, Eydie Barrientos

Cheryl Saunders

Posted at 10:15am
I am Scott’s youngest Aunt Cheryl. I was 9 when he was born. He always loved to take walks in the woods, explore new paths. One time my Mom took us to Maribel Caves and we were exploring but lost our way. Scott was only about 5 years old and he confidently guided us back to our parked car. Three years after II moved to England my husband Jon and I were expecting our first son Jordan. Scott traveled to Visit us with my Mom Katie.
They arrived just as I went to the hospital. The Brits noticed my nephew had the same special sauce for his French fries as me. Ketchup with lots of black pepper shuck into it lol
Poor mans special sauce
Thank you for always making time to come and visit us!
Until we meet again!
We love you, Cheryl Jon Jordan Caleb CHEYENNE McKena and Roxie

Lynn Waldera

Posted at 10:15am
I did not personally know Scott but know Paul and Pam. They shared stories about Scott and you could see the love and pride they have for him. Sympathies to his family and friends

Hayley McDougal

Posted at 10:15am
It is so sad to be writing about Scott right now. I wasn't expecting to shed these tears so soon. Our hearts go out to his family and loved ones. We will see him again soon, living and loving life to an even fuller extent, the way it's meant to be: perfect.

Here are some memories of Scott in Switzerland (1999). I will always remember him, ready to enjoy every place/experience, big or small, to the max!

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