Lucille L. Scott

Born: Sat., Dec. 25, 1909
Died: Thu., May 31, 2018


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A TIME OF PEACE……

Lucille Louise Scott is now at peace, resting her faith in the love of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

Thanks be to God for the 108 YEARS He allowed us to have with our

“BELOVED”…..

 

Someone once said:

“In life what sometimes appears to be the end is really a new beginning.”

This is a new beginning for Sis. Lucille Scott

MS. LUCILLE LOUISE SCOTT

 

“To everything there is a season and time to every purpose under the heavens.”

Ecclesiastes 3:1

 

A TIME TO BE BORN…..

Lucille Louise Scott was born in Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama, on December 25, 1909 to the late Mr. Jack Williams and the late Mrs. Isbella Ash.

 

A TIME TO DIE…….

She finished her course on earth and went home to the Lord on May, 2018 at Northside Health Care in Gadsden, Alabama. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Deacon Tommie Edward “Tom” Scott; sons, Tom Scott, Jr. and David Scott; parents, Mr. & Mrs. Jack Williams; sisters, Sally Lou Williams, Vesta Williams, Lilly Mae Williams; brothers, Bennie Williams, Rob Williams, Frank Williams; granddaughter, Carlotta Scott and great grandson, Gregory Johnson, Jr.

 

A TIME TO PLANT……

She confessed hope in Christ at an early age. Mr. & Mrs. Scott were two of the first members of Galilee Baptist Church. Mr. Scott helped build the first Galilee Baptist Church building. Prior to her journey home, Mrs. Lucille Scott was the oldest living member (108 years old) of the Galilee Baptist Church.

 

She was employed at Robert Colley School for over 30 years and developed caring and loving relationships with all of her students and her co-workers. She retired and received an award for “Outstanding Cook” and was well known for her famous yeast rolls!!!

 

A TIME TO LOVE…..

She shared everlasting love and devotion to God and her family. She was joined in the bonds of Holy matrimony to Mr. Tommie Edward “Tom” Scott on May 5, 1927. They shared over sixty-six years of love and devotion until he went home to be with his Lord.

 

A TIME TO CRY…..

Lucille leaves to celebrate and cherish her memoires a loving & devoted family, one grandson, Gregory (Annie) Johnson, Sr.; four great grandchildren, Courtney Johnson, Gadsden, AL, Demetrius “Tokey” (Thyais) Scott, Sr., Dothan, AL, Nicole Scott, LaNehqua “Petey” Scott, both of Gadsden, AL; two great-great grandchildren, Demetrius Scott, Jr., William David Scott; special friend, Sis. Irene Ash, Gadsden, AL and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends that she loved dearly.

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Anne Hill
   Posted Sun June 03, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. May our Heavenly Father comfort the family by means of the scriptures. My prayers are with the family.

(Isaiah 25:8) (1 Peter 5:7) (Psalm 83:18)

J Baker
   Posted Tue June 05, 2018
Psalms 90:10 tells us “The span of our life is 70 years, Or 80 if one is especially strong.” May your hearts be filled with loving memories of “happy” times together, as you celebrate a life well-lived.

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