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VIRGINIA LEE SCOTT

Virginia Lee Scott, daughter of Clarence A. and Ruth Ellen (Lisle) Weddle, was born February 24, 1934, at home, west of Grant City, MO. Virginia grew up near Grant City and graduated from Grant City High School in 1952. Following graduation, she attended college for secretary/bookkeeping.
Virginia was united in marriage to Harold Scott on May 20, 1952 at Grant City, MO. After their marriage, they lived in Ashland, NE for a couple of years before moving to Aurora, NE in the mid-1950’s where they established their home and raised their children. Julia Fern was born in 1955, John Andrew in 1956 and Terry Lee in 1957. Virginia was an active and loving wife and mother. She was her kid’s girl scout and boy scout troop leaders and she was the secretary and bookkeeper at her church. Virginia loved to bake and she will always be remembered for her delicious food.
In the 1980’s. Virginia and Harold moved to Mount Ayr where she would remain for the rest of her life. She became a very active and beneficial member of the First Christian Church. She helped tirelessly with Breakfast With the Master each Easter season, funeral luncheons and other activities. Virginia was also an active member of the American Legion Auxiliary in Mount Ayr. Virginia loved her children and loved the visits from her grandchildren.
Virginia passed away on November 27, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Harold, on July 10, 2008; brother, William (Bill) Weddle.
Those left to cherish her memory include her children and their families Julia Scott of Omaha, NE; John (Jane) Scott of Sheridan, WY, their daughter, Morgan (Jimmy) Coombs and their granddaughter, Emma Coombs, son, Derek Scott; Terry (Kathryn) Scott of Lincoln, NE, their son, Justian Scott, Nicholas Scott, Michael Scott and his children, Samantha, Luna, Amelia, Melia, Archie, Skylar, daughter, Katie (Ben) Miller, and their children, Daniel, Jacob, Isaac; brother, Curtis (Linda) Weddle of Maryville, MO; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, December 2 at the First Christian Church in Mount Ayr with burial in the Maple Row Cemetery in Kellerton.
Memorials are to the First Christian Church and the food bank at the Neighborhood Center. Armstrong Funeral Home in Mount Ayr is in charge of the arrangements.

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