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Lois Belle Scott
Lois Belle Scott 88, passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at the Warner Center for Caring.
She was born in Blackrock to the late Clarence Mott and Leona Freeman Mott.
A lifelong resident of the area, Mrs. Scott was a member of and worked for many years as a secretary at Blackrock Baptist Church. She was a devoted wife and mother of two children and helped her husband, E. Owen Scott with his logging and timber company, E.O. Scott Timber Company.
Mrs. Scott was very involved with her church and enjoyed reading her bible, gardening and bird watching. She kept several bird feeders in her yard.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, E. Owen Scott, who passed away in 2009; her daughter, Cynthia Scott; siblings, Glenn Mott, Joel Mott, Charlie Mott, Lillian Daugherty and Myrtle Turner.
She leaves behind her son, Buck Scott and his wife Jennifer Brown Scott of Fernandina Beach, Florida; grandchildren, Ashley Scott, Jason Scott, Cord Lovitt, Jesse Lovitt, Jenna Lovitt; great-grandchildren, Bryce Adams, Jasper Brown, Joseph Brown; her sisters and brothers in law: Joan (Pete) Jones, Nancy (James) Williams and Randy (Cristy) Scott as well as several nieces, nephews and extended family members.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 am on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 from the graveside in Chester Cemetery with Reverend Frank Camarotti and Reverend Pete Jones.
Her family will receive friends Monday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.
CINDY #2 August 29, 2020
Mama Scott�. The most beautiful of the precious. What a life of love she has given, shared and taught.
No one will match her Meekness and Grace in the way she lived her life. I consider myself Blessed and Highly Favored to have known you and to be Loved by You, Mama Scott.
Your 2nd daughter,
I wait to hold you again.
I Love You just as much as You Love me. As we said, Always and Forever my Mama Scott
RUSTY MORECRAFT August 30, 2020
Sweet lady. Remember her continual support of youth ministry. We love you and watch you Grow Ashley
SUSAN LUCE August 30, 2020
Such a sweet lady. I remember when I would go get vegetables from them and pick up our son from her sons house. Rest easy Mrs. Scott. You were a true sweetheart!