Obituary of Elizabeth Therese Scalici
January 28, 1980 - April 14, 2022
Elizabeth Therese Scalici. Age 42 of Allen Park.
Beloved wife of Jeffery Scalici. Loving daughter of Alice(Norm) Voss Nappo Malinowski, and Paul(Connie) Nappo. Dearest Sister of Craig (Tonya) Nappo, Keith (Amy) Nappo, and Jacob Nappo.
Elizabeth was small in size but a giant in courage and bravery. She fought a personal battle for many, many years and never gave up. But even the strongest warriors grow weary and fatigued.
Elizabeth was a creative artist and loved conquering new challenges. She had an innate ability to self teach many musical instruments, writing calligraphy, knitting and embroidery and learning to speak Korean through Korean soap operas. Elizabeth loved fishing from an early age. She spent many long hours with Jeff at the lake sitting in the boat while waiting for the big catch.
Elizabeth will always remain in the hearts of all those who loved her first. Her parents, Paul and Alice, along with her brothers, Craig, Keith and Jake, will all cherish every moment we spent with her.
When Elizabeth met and fell in love with her dear husband Jeff she found a new level of happiness, love and acceptance. Her family will always be thankful to Jeff for loving and laughing with her and protecting her through stressful times.
We know our loving God has now welcomed Elizabeth home. May you rest in peace Elizabeth.
Officiating - Mr. Craig Nappo
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