In loving memory of

Scott "Zeke" Boyd Izatt
July 3, 1951 - April 11, 2021

Scott B. "Zeke" Izatt passed away unexpectedly on April 11, 2021. He was born July 3, 1951, in Logan Utah to Boyd C and Nondas Poulsen Izatt. He spent his childhood years in Hyde Park. He attended school at Hyde Park Elementary, North Cache Jr High School, and graduating from Sky View High School in 1969. Scott was enlisted into the Army where he served at Fort Ord California and Fort Bragg North Carolina where he was part of the paratroopers. Scott started a long career being a truck driver. Then he went on to work for Parsons Construction. After he retired, he started working at Lee's Marketplace stocking groceries where he became a social butterfly. He loved visiting with all shoppers and made many friends there.

Scott married Charleen Ainscough, they were later divorced. He then married Christine Goodsell Allen. To this union, he became a stepfather of 3 children and several grandchildren which he loved dearly. They were later divorced.

He is proceeded in death by his grandparents, mother, and father; sister, Sherry Barker, and a brother, Steven Boyd Izatt. He is survived by his brother, Allen (Pat) Izatt; sisters Mary ( Charlie) Davis, Jo Ann (Blaine) Andersen, and his dog Buddy. After he retired he loved spending his summers at Devils Creek in Malad Idaho camping and fishing alongside his brother.

Graveside memorial services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, at the Hyde Park Cemetery. Please share a favorite memory or Scott or offer condolences to the family by leaving a tribute on this page.


Lorna Oldam wrote on May 4, 2021:

"I was saddened when I heard of Zeke\'s passing. I remember being at the campground with him and Chris and watching how cute he was with the little ones. I am sure they will miss their Grandpa Zeke. I will miss him also. So sorry for your loss. My Prayers are with you all."

Bruce Petersen wrote on Apr 24, 2021:

"So sad to hear that Zeke left this world. I knew Zeke through most of my trucking career I always knew him as hard working, honest, took care of his family, was a true friend, He did things the right way. RIP my friend Bruce Petersen"

Heather Ainscough Munoz wrote on Apr 22, 2021:

"Uncle Scott, (aka Uncie Dotts) I love you so much! I have literally been looking for you for 2 years to reconnect, and then this news! My heart is truly saddened! I wish I would have gotten the chance to say goodbye! I have many memories that I will forever cherish close to my heart! You always were happy and fun, and could light up any room, simply by poking your head around the corner! I am so grateful for the time I did get with you as a child and I wish I would have had the opportunity to spend more time with you as an adult! Your laugh will forever be remembered and held cherished in my memories. I bet Sumi was beside himself finally getting to see you again! Rest In Peace! With much love, Hugs!! Heather Ainscough Munoz"

Deanna Peterson wrote on Apr 21, 2021:

"I\'m so very sorry about Scott\'s passing. I didn\'t know Scott well , but wish I would have. I\'m sure he was a great guy. "

Scott Ainscough wrote on Apr 17, 2021:

"I loved this man for yesterday I lost track of him 5 yes ago. We drove truck together same company lived under him n Char in small duplex. This news literally knocked me to my knees. "

George (RED) Reynolds wrote on Apr 16, 2021:

"I?m sorry for your loss ! Zeek was a great friend for many of years , he will be missed by many,May god bless him on the next journey. Until we meet again my brother!!"

Lori Thayer wrote on Apr 15, 2021:

"We were all hoping to get together to see you one more time....we love you & miss you \"Uncie Dotts\".....Lori, Heather & Aubrey"

Christine Izatt wrote on Apr 12, 2021:

"Zeke. Although we had our trials we still had a special connection. Me, your kids, and all of your grandkids love you very much. Christine Izatt"