Scott P. Herzog
09
Apr

Scott P. Herzog (1963-2019)

Scott P. Herzog, age 55, of Genoa City passed away at his home on Friday, April 5, 2019. Scott was
born on August 5, 1963 in Manitowoc to Rudy and Faye (Pawlitzke) Herzog. He graduated from Tremper
High School in 1981 and was a 1995 graduate in electrical engineering from Marquette University. Scott
married Kathy on July 20, 1996 in Buffalo, NY. He worked for Motorola for over 27 years and Badger
Meter for 5 years. Scott was a wonderful person who cared about everyone, supported all they did and
enjoyed helping others. He was a very spiritual person who enjoyed his faith. Scott loved his family and
spending as much time with them as he could. In his lifetime, he had built two houses for him and his
family to enjoy their lives in. He also enjoyed taking candid photos of his family and friends, fishing, dogs
and flea markets. One of Scott’s greatest joys was restoring and working on old cars, especially his 1966
Ford Mustang.

He was preceded in death by, his father and his brother, Steven Herzog.

Scott is survived by, his mother, Faye Herzog; four children, Ashley (Austin Sanderson) Herzog, Kelsie
Herzog, Morgan Herzog and Aaron Herzog; his ex-wife, Kathy Herzog; two sisters, Tammy (Roger)
McNabb and Tracy (Tony) Larson; his sister-in-law, Vickie Herzog, as well as nieces, nephews, cousins
and many friends.

A memorial service for Scott will be held at 4:00 P.M. on Friday, April 12, 2019 at St. Paul’s Lutheran
Church (8760- 37th Avenue). A visitation with the family will be held at the church from 2:00 P.M. until
the time of service.

8 comments

  1. Hello Herzog family,
    I’m very sad to hear the news about Scott.
    With deepest sympathy,.
    Mike Dille

  2. I was so shocked to hear this news yesterday. I had last talked to Scott about 18 months ago. Scott was on my team for many years at Motorola. He was such a detailed and dedicated engineer. He always wanted to do what was best for his team, for Motorola and Motorola’s customers.

    Scott loved his family. I remember a picture he kept on his desk of him just surround by his four kids and he loved showing it off.

    He really loved to laugh. Scott was always great to discuss Wisconsin vs Illinois rivalry. He loved the Packers and Brett Favre too! The picture in this obituary is perfect and just how I remember Scott.

    To the Herzog family, I am very sorry for your loss and you have my deepest condolences. May Scott rest in peace.

  3. I worked with Scott at Motorola many years ago and spoke with Scott from time to time over the years. I am so sorry to hear this sad news and wish his family my deepest condolences.

  4. My heartfelt sympathies to the family. May your cherished memories and the promise held out to us in God’s word at John 5:28, 29 bring you peace and comfort you.

  5. Intermatic Engineering extends our deepest sympathy to Scott’s family during this difficult time. Our prayers and blessings are with you and may his memories bring you love, peace and comfort.

  6. I also worked with Scott for a number of years at Motorola and agree with the comments about how much he cared for his family and also doing what was best for his work team and customers. I know there were some tough times.

    May he rest in peace.

  7. My sympathies to the family of Scott
    Rip old friend

  8. Condolences to the Herzog family,

    I worked with Scott at Motorola for a good number of years as a teammate and as his manager for a long time. He was a hard worker and a consummate team player. He was respected by his peers and people across the company. I can attest to his loyalty to the Packers and we had a lot of fun discussing the game on Monday. There were a fair number of Cheese heads working in the Bear territory!

    My prayers are with the family and friends of the Herzogs.

    God’s Speed Scott.

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