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Date: 10/22/2017
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Condolences for the Family of
Scott J. Kloberdanz

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From: Teresa Rose

My sincerest condolences to the entire family. Like you, I am still sad and at a loss for words from loosing Scott. I loved him deeply and really miss him. We spent every moment we could together and was looking forward to a wonderful future together! I know there are so many other people who love him and miss him too. He is a very special man who is kind, gentle, compassionate and helped so many! Scott absolutely loved the Lord and was passionate about his calling to serve the Lord through counseling. As many others, I admired his faithful obedience and leap of faith in this area of his life. He was an amazing father, friend to so many and loved his family. Scott will always live on in my heart and I am looking forward to that day when we will meet again! Thank you for the beautiful service and for the love you have extended to me. Let us keep loving others just as Scott did. I love you Scott! See you again soon!

10/6/2017 11:31:32 AM


From: Tim Anderson

My sincerest and most heartfelt condolences to the family and most of all his children on Scott's passing. Scott was a great teammate and friend on the swim team and always made us laugh. He was a hard worker who never took himself seriously. I will miss him.

10/5/2017 7:40:40 AM


From: Lynn Powell Barth

May those that had the pleasure of calling Scott "friend" or "family" know he's now in heaven, laughing with us as we reminisce the good times and holding us close in his heart as we share our grief at losing him so soon.

10/5/2017 1:00:43 AM


From: Keith Hinman

Kloberdanz Family: Deepest condolences to all of you and prayer for blessed assurance. I knew Scott through sports, Driver's Ed - we drove in the same group, and mutual acquaintances at school. His genuine smile and disposition obviously carried through adulthood. I had the pleasure of speaking with him briefly a couple of years ago, and his caring demeanor was very evident. Scott now serves all of us from Heaven.

10/4/2017 10:00:50 PM


From: Kathleen Moore

I am saddened to hear about Scott's passing. We worked together at Mercy Behavioral Health. He was so upbeat and friendly. He had a passion for his work. I'm glad I was lucky enough to know him as a caring co-worker.

10/4/2017 9:29:15 PM


From: Teresa Berk Rastrelli

I'm so sorry to hear of Scott's passing. May God bless you through this difficult time.

10/4/2017 4:40:38 PM


From: Glenda Ubben

I was very saddened to hear about Scott's passing. I worked with him when he began working at Eyerly-Ball shortly after his decision to go into Social Work. He cared deeply for those who he interacted with, whether that was as a client or co-worker. May blessings and peace be bestowed upon you and your family.

10/4/2017 3:29:45 PM


From: Dennis Petersen

I was so very sad to hear of Scott's passing. It is so difficult to lose someone so young. Hopefully the many happy memories of your childhood together will fill the emptiness you feel now. May your entire family find peace.

10/4/2017 3:17:16 PM


From: Richard M Severin

I am honored to call Scott my friend. His impish sense of humor, his desire to be better, and his genuine affection for people changed my life for the better. As his friend and partner in mischief, I was blessed to have so much of his time. We grew apart, with years and half a continent between us. That never lessened my respect and love for him. God speed, and may you find peace in His care.

10/4/2017 11:02:34 AM


From: Stephen Manning

Honored to have the opportunity to know Scott, seemed we knew each other for years. He just had that gift that made you feel at home. It was only this past year that we connected, but he helped us through some rough times. Prayers go up for his family, he is greatly missed, true servant, thanks Scott

10/4/2017 12:51:27 AM


From: David Jacobs

Bret, Bob and rest of the family, I echo Tony Rottinghaus words.. He was a great guy and will be missed. My deepest sympathies. God Bless you all

10/3/2017 7:33:39 PM


From: Tony J Rottinghaus

So sorry to hear. I have no words except that he could always make anything fun and he left the world a better place.

10/3/2017 6:19:39 PM


From: Connie Ewing

My heartfelt sympathies to all of you. I went to school with Scott. He was a very kind person and could always make you laugh. May the Lord bring you comfort and peace.

10/3/2017 6:06:54 PM


From: Dan Conrad

My thoughts and prayers go out to Scott's family. I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to teach and coach Scott in high school, and am proud of how he followed his passions in life. May he rest in peace.

10/3/2017 4:35:58 PM


From: Melissa Maples

Dear Kloberdanz Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Scott was a great man, kind, funny and had a loving heart. I have been seeing him for the past year and he got me through some of my hardest times. I know that Heaven gained another Angel. He will be sorely missed. I pray that you and your family find peace and comfort through this time.

10/3/2017 2:17:41 PM


From: Aaron Hobert

Dear Kloberdanz Family, You have my deepest sympathy and will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers. Scott was a good friend in Junior and Senior High and Boy Scouts, I will never forget how he can make anyone smile. The world lost a great guy.

10/3/2017 1:45:49 PM


From: Marcia Frascht

Dear Kloberdanz Family, I am saddened to hear of Scott's passing. It has been many many years (high school) since I have seen Scott. My memories are of his kindness and how fun it was to work alongside him at the CC A&W - he was the cook and I was the carhop! May he rest in peace and may you, his family find peace in the comfort of your memories with Scott. Sincerely, Marcia Frascht

10/3/2017 11:35:25 AM


From: Cindy Landa

Michelle, please know that you, Alayna and Colby are in my thoughts. I always enjoyed watching Scott and Alayna interact when she was little, you could tell how special she was to him. My deepest sympathy to you and your entire family.

10/3/2017 10:24:45 AM


From: Robert Hebert

To the Kloberdanz family , Scott was a great guy, you have my deepest sympathy and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

10/2/2017 10:24:11 PM


From: Janet Cooper

I live at the same apartment complex Scott use to live and I only talked to him at the pool or on the bike trail. I want to express my sincere condolences to Scott's family, especially to his daughter Laney. May God bless you all.

10/2/2017 8:10:03 PM


From: Leanne (Crandall) Leeper

So very sorry to hear about Scott. He was one of a kind and could always make people laugh. Sincere condolences to the family. God bless you all.

10/2/2017 11:02:51 AM


From: Sue Park

I met Scott thru Lynn Powell Barth. We became good friends. He was always laughing (mostly at Me & Lynn). He was a good friend and a great guy. He will be missed. My prayers to his family. God bless.

10/2/2017 7:44:44 AM


From: Scott D Cline

I am very sad to hear of Scott's passing. Scott was a friend and classmate from high school. We were study partners in German class. We didn't have to study too hard. I remember getting straight A's in German. Too bad my other classes weren't that easy. RIP dear friend!

10/1/2017 9:17:56 PM