In loving memory of

Scott Lee Hinz
June 24, 1955 - February 1, 2020

Wellman- Scott Lee Hinz, 64 of Wellman, Iowa passed away, February 1, 2020, at his home after a courageous battle against cancer, with his wife Mallory Hinz and daughter Caitlin Hinz by his side.

A Celebration Of Life is planned for Sunday, May 24. 2020 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at The Park Lodge at Terry Trueblood Recreation Area, 579 McCollister Blvd, Iowa City, Iowa

A complete obituary will follow at the time of the Celebration Of Life. Powell Funeral Home is caring for Scott and his family. Messages and tributes may be sent to the family at


Beth (Wagenbach) Steffen wrote on Feb 8, 2020:

"Dear Mallory, daughter and Scott's family, especially Mark who was in my class, I can still see that good looking young man walking down the halls at Mepo High with a smile on his face and friendly to all. I forgot about his laugh until several others mentioned it but was able to bring to memory. Am so sorry for you all in this untimely loss. May God wrap His arms of comfort around you. Sincerely, Beth (Wagenbach) Steffen"

Patti Petersen wrote on Feb 7, 2020:

"Mallory my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . Patti Petersen.."

Guy Powers, Jr. 611 R. Lane, Fort Madison, Io wrote on Feb 7, 2020:

"I am so sorry that we fell out of touch over the years. I remember your fantastic sense of humor and your wild and crazy laugh. RIP Scott Hinz. Guy and Lyla Powers "

Cynthia Charlton wrote on Feb 6, 2020:

"Mallory-I am so sorry."

Doug Cling wrote on Feb 6, 2020:

"My sympathy to Mallory and all family and friends. I recall Scott as being a very nice, cordial and happy individual. Only crossed paths a few times in the past 20 or so years, but he was just as friendly as ever and enjoyed visiting. May find memories comfort you all in this difficult time."

Led Elder wrote on Feb 6, 2020:

"Sorry about Scott. A fun class mate and friend. I can still hear his contagious laugh! Les Elder"

John and deb bryant wrote on Feb 4, 2020:

"Scott had the most wonderful laugh and we just loved him so much! He was fun to be around to work with and we will miss him. Love to him and to his family, John and deb bryant"