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Scott R. Firth

Published November 17,2022

Obituary's Biography:

Scott R. Firth, 72, a resident of Grayslake, IL, passed away November 16, 2022 at his home.  He was born January 16, 1950 in Chicago, IL to Robert and Eleanor Firth.

Scott was a Vietnam veteran having served for the US Army.  He enjoyed shooting, cards, cribbage, watching wrestling, and enjoying friends and family and dining out. 

Scott is survived by his wife of 36 years, Janis Firth, his daughter Lisa, his brother Bruce (Diane) Firth, his nephews Scott, Connor, and Chase, his nieces Nikki (Jacob) and Jackie (Rachael), his brother-in-law Paul (Ilene) Wynn, his best friend Pam Mariabal, and all the special friends he made throughout his life.  He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother-in-law Steven Wynn. 

A memorial visitation and service are scheduled for Monday, November 21, 2022 from 12:00pm until 1:00pm with the service commencing at 1:00pm at Strang Funeral Chapel, 410 E. Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030. Interment will be held privately.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Captain Lovell North Chicago VA Medical Center.  For more information, please call (847) 223-8122 or visit www.StrangFuneral.org

12 replies on “Scott R. Firth”

  1. Many good memories Scott! You were a good friend for a long time. And what a sense of humor you had. We were always laughing when you were around. You will be missed. Enjoy the next adventure my friend.💔

  2. JANIS,what a shock . We are so sorry for your loss. Hoping the special memories you shared together will ease the pain and bring you a special peace. Love Max and Margaret

  3. Janice, Tony and I are sending our condolences, I’m so sorry to hear about that and We are sending healing vibes

  4. Scott and I went to the McCormick boys club in addition to going to school together. Loss touch over the years, but reconnected on FB. He was a good man. Condolences to the family.

  5. Janis, I’m so sorry honey, I love you so much! I remember when I first met you two in mundelein, my favorite people! I loved Scott’s hugs and this saddens me a great deal. If you need me I’m here for you! Love yoy

  6. Dear Janis,
    I was so sad to learn that Scott suddenly passed away. I know how you both were devoted to one another and I pray for you during this very difficult loss you are facing. I am sending love and hugs.
    Marylyn Miller

  7. Scott was best man at my marriage to Marvin D. Hart on 1974. They attended SENN High School before Scott moved on to Lane Tech.
    I met Scott in 1972 when Marv and I became a couple (Buddy!!!). I learned card games with them and Scott’s mom. When Janis joined this happy trio I was fascinated by her style and laughter. The two of us weren’t sure what kept these two guys together. So many memories. Marv passed away in 2010, so let the card games proceed! Thank you, Janis, for our friendship and love. Your care has benefited generations. I look forward to more memories!! Love from Kansas City! Thanks, Buddy..

  8. I miss you, Neener Neener. I love you, Big Guy. I think of you and I cry because you are not here but then laugh from the precious memories. I will hold those dear memories tight to me like your hugs. I am thankful that I had you in my life. Thank you for making me laugh when life got hard. I know you are up there in heaven raising hell with my Dad, forever buddies now. May you rest in peace.

  9. So sorry for your loss Scott was a good person remembering the good Times together will over time bring a smile to your face stay strong you will endure

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