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Scot Alan Hunemuller

September 11, 2015
Reinbeck Courier

Scot Alan Hunemuller, 60, of Reinbeck, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, September 3rd at his home in Reinbeck. A funeral service was held on Wednesday, September 9th at 11:00 AM at the United Methodist Church, 505 Spruce St., Reinbeck. Visitation was held on Tuesday, September 8th from 2 to 7 PM at the French-Hand Funeral Home in Reinbeck. Burial followed the funeral service at the Reinbeck Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family. Online condolences may be left at www.abelsfuneralhomes.com

Scot was born on August 22, 1955 in Waterloo, the oldest son of Virgil E. & Lucile (Arneson) Hunemuller. He grew up in Waterloo with his three brothers, where he attended school. He graduated from West High with the class of 1973. During high school, Scot worked at Ridgeway Hardware. After graduation, he began working at Mid-West Motor Bearing with his father. On March 20, 1976, Scot was united in marriage to Marsheila Stelter at the 1st Lutheran Church in Waterloo. The couple welcomed daughter Angela and son Brian into their family.

Scot worked for many years as manager for ESCO Auto Supply Company in Cedar Falls and when that branch closed, he transferred to their Waterloo office as manager. He then worked for Klemp Supply in Waterloo and later purchased the business, renaming it Scot's Supply, fulfilling a lifelong dream of owning his own successful business.

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He enjoyed hunting, fishing and bowling with friends and he had a lifelong passion of tinkering and working on cars. Scot enjoyed drag racing with close friends, with his wife by his side. On the weekends, Scot and his brother, along with Scot's children, operated a recycling business where they were able to spend quality time with one another. Scot enjoyed staying busy. He was always a help to anyone who needed it and would do anything for anyone. Scot especially loved spending time with his family. He was more affectionately known to his friends and co-workers as "Little Keebler" and "Bolt Gnome." For those who were lucky enough to know Scot, they know that his leaving too soon will never fill the void they feel in their hearts.

Scot is survived by his parents of Waterloo; loving wife of 39 years, Marsheila of Reinbeck; daughter Angie Hunemuller of Reinbeck and son Brian (Megan) Hunemuller of Waverly; grandchildren Aiden Hunemuller and Kamden & Maklyn Hunemuller and grandson Kipten, due in December; brothers Neal (Maureen) Hunemuller of Las Vegas, Nev., Jay Hunemuller of Norfolk, Va. and Chet Hunemuller of Story City, Iowa; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by both his maternal & paternal grandparents.

 
 

 

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