Worthington High Schools Alumni Club - Deceased Classmates

First Name
Scott C.
Maiden Name
Last Name

Passing Date
Class Attended

High School
Worthington High School

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Scott C. Inman, 51, of Malvern, PA passed away on December 23rd, 2022 at home with his wife of almost 13 years, Debra L. Inman, by his side. He lost a 15 month battle with pancreatic cancer. Scott is survived by his wife Debra, his Great Dane Skylar and his Ragdoll cat Sapphire. He loved living in Florida. He had many passions; including woodworking, cooking and football. He especially loved watching Ohio State play! He took great pride in creating things for his loved ones and neighbors, whether it was in his workshop with wood or in his smoker with his homemade BBQ sauces and rubs. He loved making people happy and was willing to help anyone. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his two sons Dane R. Seegers of Denver, CO and Christopher S. Inman of Lawrenceville, GA, his daughter Alexis P. Inman of Lawrenceville, GA, his mother Patricia K. Inman, his mother-in-law Carole R. Lester, his sister Barbara (Joe) Hanigosky, Dawn Wagner, brother Terry (Kristen) Inman, sister-in-law Rhonda L. Funk, Sherrie Hume and his nieces and nephews , Baily (Boo-boo), Deanna, Joseph, Michael, Racheal, Nicole, Alanna, Trey, Josh, Devin (little Debi), Megan, Kyle, Shane, Daniel, Kasie, Kaitlyn, Dale and his best friend who was always there for him, Mark (Linda) Jencson. He preceded his father Terry W. Inman, father-in-law John C. Lyster, Russell D. Lyster, Robert J. Hume and Seville S. Funk. Scott had a huge heart and will be deeply missed by many. He was able to master anything; except pancreatic cancer.

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