In Loving Memory of

Scott Citrigno


Obituary of Scott Citrigno

Scott passed peacefully, on July 30th spending his final days surrounded by the people he called his whole world, his devoted wife, Marnie Citrigno; his daughter, Ashton, and her husband (Clayton Doner); his son, Sean Citrigno; his beloved brother Tony (Karen) Citrigno; Stepchildren, Drew (Chelle) and Janessa Nywening; and grandchildren Kinsley and Penelope Nywening. Scott was predeceased by his beloved parents Matilda (Tillie) and Louis Citrigno - finally reunited. Scott is also survived by a large and loving extended family in Niagara and Cape Breton.

He will be remembered by those who knew him best (especially his wife; kids and closest friends) as a family man with a big heart. He was an animal lover, lifelong Cincinnati Bengals fan, Guitar superstar and music aficionado, and always there for those he loved, no questions asked! He lived life to the fullest and despite his many professional accomplishments, no title was more important to him than that of Friend, Brother, Husband and Father.

We will forever carry your laughter and love with us, Scott, Poppy, Dad.

A celebration of life will take place with family and close friends, followed by a private family service.

In lieu of flowers, Scott’s family would prefer donations to be made to the Ontario SPCA Humane Society in his name Scott loved animals and we would like to continue to honour his love and devotion to his furry (and furless) friends.

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There are no upcoming public services scheduled or the service has occurred in the past.

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Grant & Heather Peel
7 months ago

So sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. He was a fun and likeable guy, and was great to do business with. Our heartfelt condolences go out to all his family and friends.
R.I.P. Scott.

Marla Kay Wilson
1 year ago

Marnie, Ashton, Sean, Tony and Karen our prayers are with you all at this time. Rose Ave is not the same. Scott is in a better place now. Thinking about happy times and good memories. Hugs Marla and Bill

Lauren Morocco
1 year ago

I’m sending my deepest condolences during this difficult time. He was wonderful and will be kept alive in all of the wonderful memories created. I have made a donation in his honor and am sending all of my love to the family.

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Ken & Sandie Doner
1 year ago

“Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen. Unheard. But always near. Still loved. Still missed and always dear.” With love and sympathy

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Jessica Ugulini
1 year ago

Sending my deepest condolences to Ashton, Sean, Marnie, Tony and Karen. Have so many great memories from Rose Ave and listening to you playing guitar in the basement with my dad. Rest easy, Scott. Thinking of you all. Xxx

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Norma Tomiczek
1 year ago

Sincerest condolences. I was so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I know he will be missed. We didn’t get to see him much the past number of years, as we all became busy with family and grandchildren, but I have many wonderful memories from when he was a child, a young man, and an adult. He was a truly good person and a sweet guy. Love you scooter – may you Rest In Peace.
Hugs to all ❤️
Norma T

Russell & Nancy MacAulay , Cape Breton
1 year ago

Condolences to Marnie Sean Ashton and Tony and your families on Scot’s passing May he rest easy . RIP Scott


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