Scott Arthur Ondracek He was born on June 9, 1970 in Wahiawa Oahu Hawaii to Ron and Judy Ondracek. He was preceded by his 2 brothers Todd and Tim. He moved with his family to Citrus Heights in 1972. He attended Sky Crest elementary, Victory Christian for Jr. High, and graduated from El Camino High School in 1988. Scott attended Sacramento State University majoring in computer engineering. This is when he found his first love: scuba diving. Getting his certification was not enough and he got his assistant instructor dive rating. Scott grew up attending First Evangelical Free Church in Sacramento. He was part of the leadership team for the college group, when a beautiful young girl came to church one Sunday. He followed up her visit with a phone call to welcome her to the group and wasted no time in asking her out. Candice Leigh Dawson left her impression and kept Scott wanting to see her more. They were married August 1, 1992 and moved to West Sac shortly after. Their first child Aaron was born in 1993. Victoria was born in 1996. Scott was hired by McKesson Corporation as a computer tech. With his new position, Scott and Candi bought their first home in Cameron Park. In 2000 he was hired by Sun Microsystems as a computer engineer. He was given the STAR award for his outstanding employee service and awarded an all expense paid trip to the Bahamas, that he and Candi enjoyed. Scott and Candi attended Discovery Hills Church, where Scott got ran the sound system and helped with props and productions. When they moved here to Church of the Foothills, Scott became a Jr. High and eventually a High School leader .He worked with kids, showing them the love of God and what it means to be a Christian. In 2009 Sun Microsystems was purchased by Oracle Corporation. During this time Scott's hobby of photography blossomed. He soon excelled as a videographer and editor and was in high demand by friends and family. Scott and Candi started Crazy Pickle Productions and soon had more work than they could film. He filmed weddings, football games, graduations, vacation bible schools and retreats. He also shot film that appeared on Comcast sports, and produced a fishing show for Johnson Outdoors and Humminbird Electronics used at International Sports Shows. The Lord called Scott home at the early age of 41 years old. Even though we don't know why, we know he is with the angels looking down on us. Scott was a dedicated Christian man who lived by example. His love for the lord was shown in his relationships with friends, business associates and acquaintances. Scott's true love and honor was shown most for his wife Candi, his son Aaron and his daughter Victoria. We will all miss him and have a special place in our hearts for him always.