Rest in Peace - Scott Sheak
SCOTT SHEAK (1974-2021)
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of Scott Sheak, the former professional motocross racer from Germantown, New York. Sheak suffered multiple spinal and internal injuries a little more than two weeks ago in a heavy crash while training at Walden Motocross in New York. Sheak was first taken to MidHudson Medical Center, then moved to Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, where doctors and nurses worked to stabilize him. Unfortunately, the massive injuries and subsequent pneumonia and staph infections proved to be too much, and he passed away earlier this afternoon. He was 47 years old.
Scott Sheak is survived by his beloved wife, Amy, whom he’d known since high school, and stepchildren Ryan and Brooke’lyn. Amy said today that she takes solace knowing that Scott was doing exactly what he loved doing throughout his entire life—he was riding his motorcycle.
The Road 2 Recovery Foundation has been working closely with the Sheak family to help them navigate this unforeseen tragedy and have set up a fund to help them offset the immense costs of his hospitalization and care; they will continue accepting donations in his memory, with all funds going to support his family. Please donate here on Scott’s R2R Fund page- link on our bio.
On behalf of the entire motocross community, we offer our sincere condolences to Scott Sheak’s family, his friends, and all the countless people he touched along the way.
Written by: Davey Coombs @racerxonline
Information for Scott Sheak’s Services.
Wake Services for Scott Sheak will be held for Scott at Bates & Anderson Funeral Home, 110 Green St, Hudson, NY 12534
Calling hours on Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Funeral Service will be on May 27th, 2021 at 10:00 AM at Bates & Anderson immediately following at Cedar Park Cemetery, 20 Columbia Tpke, Hudson, NY 12534
Celebration of Life following the cemetery at Claverack Motocross Track, 131 Tishauser Road, Hudson, NY 12534
Anyone wishing to come with a Camper/RV can come the day before to the day after as per Bob and Leah Brew.