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38001 Euclid Avenue Willoughby, Ohio 44094

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6330 Center Street Mentor, Ohio 44060

Scott Nadock

11/19/1964 — 11/15/2020

A photo of Scott Nadock smiling and enjoying time with loved ones

Scott Nadock, age 55 of Eastlake, passed away Sunday, November 15th, 2020 at Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Hts. surrounded by his family. He was born November 19th, 1964 in Cleveland to the late Barbara and Joseph Nadock.

Scott grew up in Eastlake and was Eastlake through and through #OG. He wrestled for St. Edward High School and attended North High School.

Scott was a self-employed painter.

Scott was the loving husband of Mary Jo Nadock; father of Shawn (Gina) Nadock, Matt (Jessica-fiancee) Nadock Sr. and Brandi (Dan) Nadock; step father of Dillan (Jordan) Munnings; grandfather of Brendon, Haylee, Riley, Brody, Mackenzie, Eve, Matthew Jr., Ryan, Jameson, Kaylee Rae, Madilyn, Samantha and Olivia; brother of Lou (Valerie) Kaleal, Joe (Beth) Nadock, Sandy (Kevin) Piercey, Michael (Nicole) Nadock and Nicole Nadock; uncle to many nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life to honor Scott will be held starting at 5:30 PM Saturday, August 21st at the VFW, 38295 Pelton Rd., Willoughby. The family would love to see everyone and hear your favorite stories of Scott.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral & Cremation Services.

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13 Replies to “Scott Nadock”

  1. Louise Gleisinger ( mother-in-law to Lou Kaleal) November 17, 2020 at 1:59 am

    When my sister and I would be having a beer Scott would come in and say ” what you didn’t invite me to your tea party” He always made me laugh. Always a smile on his face.


  2. Nadock family my deepest love and sympathy at this time of your loss. I am here if there is anything you need. God bless love Jackie Stankus


  3. Way too young…will be missed sorely.
    Great wrestler in his day…led a rough, Tough life…his niece’s and nephews looked up to him… uncle Scott will go down in history…..love you bro….miss you already,, doesn’t seem real….but l know your in a better place….healed ,whole, holding down the fort, probably painting the mansion,Jesus went and prepared for us…


  4. Robin Hryckowian November 17, 2020 at 1:32 pm

    My sympathies for your loss.


  5. My deepest condolences! My thoughts are with the Nadock’s!


  6. Happy Birthday Scotty
    You are truly missed, but you will forever be in my heart.
    I love you


  7. So sad to hear this…thoughts with you maryjoe, and all of his family.


  8. Dillan, Jordan and family. I cannot express how deeply sorry I am for your family’s loss. He will forever be in your hearts.


  9. I grew up with Scott thru Eastlake midget football , Scott was a man that always helped his friends out ,always had ur back and would never turn his back to a person who needed anything , Scott ill remembered the good times on Syracuse Love u my Eastlake Brother


  10. Way to many memories with Scott. One that sticks in my head I think he had like a buick rivera and we jumped the tracks on 361st. Okay I didn’t say we were the smartest kids. RIP Scotty


  11. I will miss you very much. The boys miss you so much. They talk about you everyday. They always say you were the best grandpa!! You will always live on through your grandson! Rip Scott


  12. I luv u and miss I terribly call me biggie I would luv to hear from u 4403399909


  13. i miss u so much grandpa scott i wish u we’re still here u would be so proud of matthew and mom and what they have accomplished! i love u so much and wish u could be here!


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