Moeller Funeral Home
104 Roosevelt Road
Valparaiso, IN  46383
(219) 462-0535
 Kosanke Funeral Home
105 East Indiana Avenue
Kouts, IN  46347
(219) 766-2224
Wanatah Funeral Chapel
309 North Main Street
Wanatah, IN  46390
(219) 733-2313
Angelcrest Cemetery
Highway 49 and 600 North
Valparaiso, IN  46383
(219) 531-8690

Noah Howard Serynek, 36, of Wheatfield and Wanatah passed away Monday, July 20, 2020 at Memorial Hospital in South Bend.  He was born December 2, 1983 to John & Sharon (Hoffman) Serynek, graduated from South Central High School and received an Associate’s Degree from Vincennes University.  He made his career as a Machinist and had recently founded Reverend Machine in Wanatah, fulfilling a lifetime dream.  His magnetic personality, genuine love for people and infectious smile endeared him to everyone he met.  His brilliant mathematical mind contributed to his professional success.  His eclectic interests allowed him to appreciate nearly every genre of music with an extensive vinyl collection, win a 1998 BMX State Championship, and become mesmerized with nearly any auto engine, especially Mustangs and diesel motors.  His beloved dogs, “Pearl” & “Clementine” always demanded his priority attention and Noah was more than happy to oblige.  On August 3, 2013 he married the love of his life, Jamie Fritze, who survives along with his parents, John & Sharon Serynek of Wanatah, brother, Joe (Liz) Serynek of Union Mills, in-laws, Bill & Belinda Fritze, sister-in-law, Mina & Bill Frey, brother-in-law, Leighton & Raka Fritze, nieces & nephews: Lily & Carter Serynek, Jay & Rohan Fritze, Mia & Mya Frey and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and an abundance of friends.  He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Howard & Kathleen Hoffman and John, Dorothy & Waltraud Serynek.
A visitation will be held Monday, July 27th from 3 - 7 pm at Moeller Funeral Home, Valparaiso.  In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to South Central Vocational Education program or the Porter County Animal Shelter.  
The family requests that masks be worn and social distancing be observed during visitation to protect all of their guests.

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