Photography

Scott Conrad Lancucki

May 6, 1959 ~ April 6, 2020 (age 60)

Obituary

Scott Conrad Lancucki, age 60, of Shelby Township, MI. passed away on April 6, 2020. Scott is preceded in death by his Mother Shirley Lancucki and his Son Derek Lancucki. Loving Father of Kirk (Melissa) Lancucki, Aaron Lancucki and Katie Lancucki. Proud Big Papa of Gabby, Emma, Aaron, Bane and Maddox. Loving Son of Carl Lancucki and Brother of Steven (Joann) Lancucki and Dawn (Tony) Langlois.  Big Unc to many nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Scott’s Life will be held at a later date.

Scott was born on May 6, 1959 in Highland Park, Michigan. He grew up in Madison Heights and Sterling Heights, Mi and went to school at Warren High. He met his first wife Bonnie in high school and were married in August of 1982. They raised four children: Kirk, Derek, Aaron and Katie.

He worked for many years in the construction and concrete field for a number of companies including Posen, J.J. Barney, Sardo, and MIG.  He worked his way up to Superintendent of some of the biggest jobs in the Detroit Area, including the building of the Motor City Casino. Those that worked for him and with him would tell you that he was referred to as The Manager of Men. He never asked anyone to do anything that he wouldn’t do himself. He was tough but always fair. However, in 2012 he contracted a virus in his heart that would force him to stop working and retire.

It was at that time that his focus became his family. His pride and joy were his grandbabies. He would do anything he could to spend time with his family and be the doting Big Papa that he became. Every time it was possible to get together for a BBQ or a bonfire, he was the one getting the food ready to cook and the wood ready to burn. He was always willing to offer advice to his kids, nieces, nephews and anyone that needed it. His big heart was out there for anyone who needed it.

Over the years, Scott took pride in making sure that his parents were tended to. As they were getting older Scott was always the first one to reach out and make sure they had everything they needed. Since his mother passed away over 2 years ago, he was always visiting his Dad 2-3 times a week making sure his medications were right, his fridge was full and his clothes were washed.

A couple of years ago, he met his girlfriend Linda on St Patrick’s Day.  She was the best thing that ever happened to him. He finally found someone he could settle down with and more importantly who enjoyed and understood him for the man he was. You could say that they were truly meant for each other.

One of his greatest joys over the last few years was spending time with friends from Warren High School. He loved organizing dinners for his Dinner with Friends event that brought many people together from their high school days. He enjoyed visiting different restaurants so that everyone could get together and enjoy each other’s company and reminisce about the old days. Anyone he met was always greeted with a smile and a firm handshake or a firm hug. He always made you feel welcomed and loved. You could say Scott felt great joy in making sure everyone else was taken care of, whether it be friends or family.

We thank our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for allowing us to have had him in our lives.

Scott will be missed and loved to the moon and back 85 times.

Private family burial will take place at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Twp.

 

To send flowers to Scott's family, please visit our floral store.


Services

You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family
© 2020 Lee-Ellena Funeral Home. All Rights Reserved. Funeral Home website by CFS & TA