Scott C. Inman

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. So in lieu of of flowers, please donate to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. 

Celebration of Scott’s life will be held at our home on May 20th, 2023 at 12:00pm until the stories, laughs, and cries have ended. 

Go Bucks! OH-IO!


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  • I have such fund memories of Scott from high school and Worthington United Methodist youth group. Spent many a lunch hour with him and Mark listening to music and getting back late from lunch to many times to recall. I still have a picture from photography class that he took. He gave it to me because of my love of trains. My condolences to you, Debra, his children, mother and siblings.

  • Debbie, please know that you and family are in my prayers and thoughts. I only met Scott a few time but he always has a smile and willing to help when he could. I am sure he is up there^ fixing things with a smile.

  • Scottly, you are and always will be deeply missed!!! You were a treasure to all that truly knew you!!! Such a giving, kind and talented man! I love/loved you as much as I did Russell and Bob! My 3 best brothers, I hope are bbq’ing for all to enjoy in Heaven🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 !!! Debi will have lots of support, may you have the peace you deserve! RIP 😇

  • You will be missed Scott you gave so many people opportunity especially me and I will always thank you for that brother he was special crazy motherfuck too but he will always bring smiles and one hell of a carpenter that nobody can take away from him my condolences to his wife Debra rip Scott

    • Thank you! He was exceptional in his whole life! I am so glad you where a part of his life. Please know you were very special to him.

  • Cousin Debi. I’m so sorry for your loss of Scott. He fought hard and you fought right along side him. I know this is a very hard time for you but please know, your family is here for you. If you need an escape, come see me in NC. I’d love to see you. Scott will always be with you in your heart. Hold tight to your cherished memories. Love you cousin.

    • Thank you cousin. I wish you had the pleasure of knowing my husband…..He was truly the best!!!!
      Miss him immensely and always will!
      Love you

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