Scott D. Pelnar, age 58, of Rochester, Minnesota died Friday, April 19, 2019.
Scott David Pelnar was born May 15, 1960 in Marquette, Michigan the son of Emil "Herb" and Joyce (Kuehl) Pelnar. The family moved to Rochester, MN in 1972 where Scott graduated from John Marshall High School in 1979. He enlisted into the Air Force and served as a radar technician on F-16's stationed in Germany and stateside. Following his honorable discharge he attended Austin Vocational School and earned an Associates degree in Robotics. He was employed with Burroughs Corporation where he was further trained in computers and transferred to England. After several years, he moved to Boston, MA and returned to Rochester, MN where he worked at IBM and later Brentwood Inn and Suites.
Scott enjoyed spending time on his computer and working with computer graphics. He had a dry sense of humor and usually was up on all the latest technology and gadgets. Halloween was his favorite holiday and many at work enjoyed the creative costumes he wore. He loved animated movies and cartoons, enjoyed fishing, cooking and time spent at cabins.
He is survived by his parents, Emil "Herb" and Joyce Pelnar of Rochester, MN; sister, Cindy Kyle of Boise, ID; nephews, Christopher (Sarah) Kyle and Garrett (Sarah) Kyle all of Seattle, WA; aunt and uncle, Carl Pelnar of Kewaunee, WI and Gladys (Louis) Sievert of Two Rivers, WI and a host of cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, aunts and uncles.
The family will receive friends for a time of visitation from 5:00 - 7:00 pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Home 5421 Royal Place NW, Rochester, MN 55901. A burial will take place on Monday, May 6, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery in Preston, Minnesota
Rochester, MN 55901
My condolences to your family. I was friends with Scott in high school and hadn't seen him since the day we graduated though I often thought about him. Prayers to your family.
My condolences to your family.. No doubt this is a tough time for you and the need for comfort is critical. The best place to find this comfort is God's word, the Bible. (1 Corinthians 15:26.) This scripture means that very soon God is going to put an end to death and we will no longer have to deal with the pain or loss anymore.
I am sorry to read of the passing of your son, brother, uncle and friend He will be missed. Death is described in God's Word the Bible as being a common "enemy," of mankind as recorded at 1Corinthians 15:26. Sadly this enemy is one we as humans are unable to defeat on our own. Lovingly Our Grand Creator promises to do so as found at Isaiah 25:8. He will accomplish this feat by means of his Kingdom in which we pray for in the Lord's Prayer. Once more I am sorry for your loss.
My deepest condolences to the Pelnar Family on the lost of your dear loved one may you find comfort in knowing that God is close to the broken hearted, he saves those who are crushed in spirit and he comforts those in times of sorrow (Psalm 34:18)
Dear Mr & Mrs Pelnar and Family, sending our condolences for your loss of a wonderful son & friend. We have fond memories of Scott during our work days at IBM and after work celebrating Scott’s birthday at the Brass Lantern and Easter Holiday at your home. Scott was very kind and truly loved electronics. We shall keep all of you in our prayers ❤️ Donna, Diego & Rosa Carlini Kirkwood, NY
Herb, Joyce, we are so sad to hear of the death of your son. We send our prayers and condolences to you and your family.
Jim and Diane Schwinghammer
Our deepest sympathy. Sending our love.