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“I went to grade school with Scott and then re-connected later in High School through a mutual friend Glen Mathias. I remember a Superbowl tradition...Read More »
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“When I heard the news, I felt tremedous sadness. Scott was one the finest person I met. I Remember giving him the nickname Squirel when I worked...Read More »
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6 of 7 | Posted by: Scott Johnson - South Elgin, IL

“Farewell pal-o-mine. I'll be seein' ya. Your Buddy Boy, Bobby ”
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Scott P. Niziolek, 61, of Tampico, IL, left this earth on Tuesday,September 8, 2020, at Hammond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo, IL.

Scott was born September 2, 1959, in Madison, WI; the son of Melvin R. and Patricia A. (Hammerschmitt) Niziolek. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He married Elizabeth M. Pavelski on March 2, 2005, in Chicago. He most recently worked for Drives Inc., Fulton, IL until 2018, and then went on to become an independent consultant. He was a member of ASGAP. He loved to write songs and play the Blues on his guitar. He also enjoyed his dogs and was an amateur farmer who grew Aronia Berries.

He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Niziolek of Tampico, IL; daughters, Kaitlyn Niziolek of Darien, IL, Cristina (Tony) Muellner of Antioch, IL and Amy (Carlos) Navarro Vega of Darien, IL; sons, Alfredo Rivera of Chicago, IL and Evan Luna of Darien, IL; sisters, Julie Niziolek of Red Boiling Springs, TN and Gayle (Rick) Freeman of Fruit Port, MI; a sister-in-law, Jessica Niziolek of Charlottesville, VA; brothers, Cary Niziolek of Charlottesville, VA and Wade Niziolek of California; 3 grandchildren, Nicholas, Anthony and Angelina; and his lifelong friend, Bob Olic of Huntsville, AK.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Mark and Todd Niziolek.

It was Scott's wishes to be cremated. There will be no services scheduled at this time, a Celebration of Life will be planned for the Spring of 2021.