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Scott R. Seibold, 45, of Rockford, passed away on Sunday, December 2, 2018 after complications from multiple sclerosis. Born October 6, 1973, in Rockford, the son of Richard and Sandra (Carlson) Seibold. He graduated from Jefferson High School. Scott married Barbara Noser on February 16, 2002 in Siesta Key, FL. He worked for Estwing Manufacturing and then moved to Sarasota, FL and worked for Manasota Flooring and United Natural Foods, Inc. Scott was a huge NASCAR fan and rooted for the Pittsburg Steelers.
Survived by his wife, Barb; sons, Justin & Scott Lindsay and step-son, Justin (Lara) Murdock; grandchildren, Abel Lindsay & Dylan, Miles and Chance Murdock; step-mother, Karen Seibold; step-father, Roger Creedy; brother, Jeff (Tammy) Seibold; nieces and nephew, Jenna, Jacob & Samantha; and in-laws, Richard (Sandy) Noser and Ann (Steve) Laubscher. Predeceased by grandparents; mother; and father.
Memorial Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 8, 2018 in Fred C. Olson Chapel, 1001 Second Ave., Rockford with some words of prayer at 6:45 p.m. Please come wearing your favorite NASCAR or football gear in honor of Scott. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Heartland Hospice, 363 Financial Ct. #300, Rockford, IL 61107 for their wonderful care.

Condolences & Shared Memories (5)

  1. Marge Guenzler

    Dear Barb: My prayers to you and the family at Scott's passing. You will continue to be in my thoughts in the upcoming days. With Love from Aunt Marge

  2. Rob and Angelia paine

    To all of Scott's family we are sorry for your loss. Barb, Angelia and I have you in our thoughts.The times we shared with you and Scott are enjoyable memories. I always enjoyed the times Scott would come to Daytona for the race weekends. He was jr's biggest fan. All of us loved having him as a fellow employee. He was a hard working, dedicated employee. It made my job so much easier knowing he was there.The last few years must have been difficult for Scott, fighting this disease. He is free now to go wherever he wants. To every Steelers game and every Nascar race. He will live in the hearts of everyone he knew forever. I am so glad that our lives crossed paths and proud to have called Scott my friend.

  3. Your Friends at Perryville

    Our thought and prayers are with you as you move through this difficult time... Please know we are all here for you Barb!

  4. Jan Salvatore

    Barb and family sorry for your loss

  5. Kelly Denk

    God bless you and keep you Scott. You can Rest In Peace with your sweet mom. Thoughts and prayers to all.

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