Obituary for Scott Nistelbeck

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Scott Nistelbeck

Died: December 18, 2020

Scott Anthony Nistelbeck 57, passed away suddenly on Friday, December 18, 2020.    Scott was a lifelong fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns.  He also had a love of Rock’n’Roll and Harleys.  Scott was one of the kindest men you could ever hope to meet and he will be missed by so many.

Scott is preceded in death by his loving parents, Jerry and Betty Nistelbeck and his beloved dog Boozer.  He is survived by his loving children Amber Nistelbeck and Zachary (Brie) Nistelbeck.  Grandchildren Kyleigh Nistelbeck-Eckert, Khloe Nistelbeck and Ryker Nistelbeck, sisters Karen Nistelbeck, Mindy (David) Robinson and brother Jerry Nistelbeck Jr, niece Olivia Robinson and nephews Jerrid Robinson and Mason Nistelbeck and Aunt Jeannine Sickler.  Also survived by special friends The Lavender family, Sherri Hart and Michele and Jeff Ward.   A celebration of Scott’s life will be planned for a later date.

Kim Nistelbeck posted on January 2, 2021

My heart goes out to all the Nistelbeck family at the loss of Scott. My prayers go with you all for making peace with this. I remember him fondly , especially hearing him sing " Old Time Rock and Roll" and what a good singing voice he had.

Debra Pennington posted on December 31, 2020

So so sorry for your loss to you and your whole family.

Bonny Clark posted on December 29, 2020

Oh Mindy, my heart is breaking for you. I am so so sorry.

Missy Spain posted on December 29, 2020

Amber and Zach, I love you both so much little sister and brother. Scott was one of a kind with a soul so genuine. Tough on the outside but literally the biggest teddy bear on the inside. He loved you all with every fiber in his body. He will be missed but never forgotten. We love you, Missy,Jordan, Dj, Bri and Landon

Jeff Ward posted on December 29, 2020

So very sorry for your loss! Scott was such a good friend we all will miss you Scott. I still catch myself picking up the phone to call you brother. I know your riding the backroads of heaven. Mr. Nistelbeck I will be cheering extra loud for them Browns to beat the Steelers this weekend! Can seen the eyeroll from Zach! Love you guys. Mr. Ward :)

Penny posted on December 28, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was a very kind and special man indeed. He is missed terribly.


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