Robert Joseph Scutta, 83, of Dover, PA passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 23, 2022, at his residence in Beaufort, SC.\nThe services will be at St. Rose of Lima Church in York, PA on Thursday, March 31st. Visitation is from 10:00 - 11:00 in the church lobby. Mass will follow at 11:00.\nRobert was born on August 10, 1938, in Coaldale, PA, the son of the late Robert Bernard and Vera Rose (Hoben) Scutta. He graduated from Coaldale High School in 1956. He married Patricia Ann Aronne on February 8th, 1964 in Coaldale. The couple move to York, PA, and then resided in Dover, PA for the next 57 years.\nBob was a Pennsylvania State Trooper for 27 years. After "retirement", he worked as an investigator for Kufta Associates and then as a Sergeant for the York County Sheriff's Department.\nThose who remember Bob from Coaldale might recall that he was a starting quarterback for the Coaldale Tigers in both the 1954 & 1955 seasons. His high school football career ended in his senior year in the 7th game when he suffered a broken leg. Despite playing only 6 games in his senior season, he was awarded both United Press and Associated Press "All-State" Honorable Mention honors. Bob was also an outstanding track & field athlete and is remembered for his strong kick on the second half of the 440-yard run, numerous medals in the pole vault, 440-yard dash, and mile relay events. He ran in the vaunted Penn Relays in Philadelphia. After high school, Bob enlisted in the Navy and played for both the Norfolk Tars and Bainbridge Commodores service teams. He was inducted into the Carbon County Sports Hall of Fame.\nBob enjoyed sports, photography, helping others, and spending time with family and friends.\nRobert Scutta is survived by his wife: Patricia Ann Scutta; his brother: William Scutta & wife Loretta and their family, children: Robert T. Scutta & wife Cathy, Brian D. Scutta & wife Lonnie, Jami Lynn Arnold and her husband Daniel.\nGrandchildren: Olivia Scutta, Grace Scutta, Madaline Scutta, Cody Scutta & wife Kyrsten, Brianne Bream & husband Justin, Colby Barnes & husband Nate, Quinn Arnold, Jonah Arnold, and Elias Arnold.\nGreat-grandchildren: Ada Bream, Lincoln Barnes, and Jaxson Barnes\nThe family asks that you consider donations to the Lewy Body Dementia Association and the Parkinson's Foundation in lieu of flowers.\nAnderson Funeral Home & Crematory (SC) and Emig Funeral Home (PA) are serving the family.