Lademier John “Lad” Nuborazek

Lademier John “Lad” Nuborazek, age 59, of Furnace Street, Little Falls, passed away suddenly on Friday, January 7th, 2022, at his home.

Lad was born on February 27, 1962, in Little Falls, NY, son of the late Gaylene Nuborazek, who passed away on Nov. 10, 2016. He graduated from Little Falls High School with the “Class of 1981” and was a graduate of Wilma Boyd Career School. He was married in 1983. Lad worked in the hospitality, car dealership, merchandising industries and catered on the side. He was a communicant of Holy Family Parish, Little Falls, where he once sang with the choir. Lad understood the importance of service to others and many will remember him as a devoted member of the Little Falls American Legion Post #31, where he spent many happy times with all his friends, he considered his family. Lad was a humble man, who lived life fully and he was filled with gratitude for his many blessings. His life was fun and bountiful, and each season of it was blessed for him and for those who knew him.

Survivors include his cherished family; two children, Benjamin Nuborazek (Sam Mayotte) of Lewiston, Maine and Blakelee Nuborazek (Steve Mattingly) of Chenoa, Illinois; two cherished grandchildren, Jasmine Nuborazek and Jayden Mattingly, both of Chenoa, Illinois; a sister, Rachel Nuborazek-Wilson of Utica; niece, J’nelle Nuborazek of Utica and a nephew, Payton Nuborazek of Ilion and many other family members. He also leaves his closest and dear friends, Ray Dean, Frank, and Edna Campione, and Robin Critser.

There are no calling hours. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to a celebration of Lad’s life at the American Legion in Little Falls, on Saturday, January 15th, 2022 commencing at 1:00 pm. Burial will be private. Dad loved and was loved by all. He loved his grandchildren more than anything and he was so glad to spend Christmas with his loved ones and his grandchildren that he affectionately called Jasmine Jasper and Jayden Tater. Lad and his family’s care has been placed in the trust of Mohawk Valley Funerals and Cremations, 7507 State Route 5, Little Falls (corner of Bidleman Road), 315-508-5131. The family would like to thank the members of the Little Falls Police Department for their professionalism displayed on Friday evening.

Please visit www.mohawkvalleyfunerals.com to add to Lad’s online tribute page.