Obituaries

Scot A. Kaitanowski

July 12, 1962 - April 16, 2018

Age 55, entered God’s grace on April 16, 2018. Loving son of the late Alfred and Eileen; brother of the late Paul. Survived by brother, Mark; nephews Jamie and Jeremy; niece Jenny; great nieces Morgyn and Kayla; great nephew Logan and long time friend, Deb Roth; also survived by many friends and relatives.

No prior visitation. A Memorial Mass will be held Friday, April 27 at 2 PM at Queen of Heaven Church, Seneca St., West Seneca. Memorials may be made to the City of Buffalo Animal Shelter.

Important Dates

April 27, 2018 : Memorial Mass for Scot A. Kaitanowski at Queen of Heaven Church - 2:00 PM - Seneca St., West Seneca

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Apr 27.18 from Dennis and Jodi Campbell:
Words can't express our deep sadness on the passing of Scot. Our love to the family and know you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

Apr 27.18 from Lisa Vitrano:
Scot, thank you for so many smiles and laughs. I am proud to carry and share my memories of you. Much Love and Many Blessings to your family, friends, and loved ones.

Apr 27.18 from MJ Caliendo:
Scott - I only know you through the eyes of Andy and Beth - dearest friends of an amazing man! My heart is breaking as you say farewell to your lifelong friend. Love, mj

Apr 23.18 from lynda harmel donati:
Scot, you thoroughly staked your place in my heart. You were kind, immensely talented, and one of the funniest men I ever knew. I'll never forget you.

Apr 23.18 from Steve Oatmeyer:
Scot will be remembered as a talented actor, designer, lover of animals and a kind friend. One of the funniest guys I know. It was honor to have had you in our lives and now our hearts. You are missed.

Apr 22.18 from Anne Fanelli:
So sorry to lose such a dedicated animal lover and talented graphic designer. Your "Pope?" self-portrait is still the funniest thing I've ever seen on Facebook. You're missed by so many people.

Apr 22.18 from Jeffrey Hufford:
Scot, you were one of the funniest, most talented people that I have ever had the pleasure to know.