SCOTT, Vina Mae: Died 1978
SCOTT, ADCOCK, ALBRIGHT, ENGLE, MOORE, BURDETT
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Date: 4/5/2021 at 02:53:26
VINA MAE SCOTT
Vina Mae Scott, age 83 years, 5 months and 12 days passed away quite unexpectedly on Friday, April 28, 1978 in the Van Buren County Memorial Hospital at Keosauqua at 5:35 a.m.
Mae, as she was known to all of us was born to Sadie Adcock and Jessie Albright on September 16, 1894 at Ash Grove, Iowa.
On March 25, 1914 she was united in marriage to Irvin Scott at Ash Grove. Mae was a member of the Christian Church at Cantril and was a good and faithful worker in the Church. She also was a charter member of the "Happy Hour" neighborhood club. Mae was a very devoted wife, mother and grandmother.
She is survived by two sons, Lowell Scott of Cantril and Donald Scott of Ottumwa, Iowa; one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Faye) Engle of Pulaski, Iowa; 1 granddaughter, 3 grandsons, 3 great grandchildren; one brother, Lewis Albright of Washington, Iowa; one sister, Grace Moore of Ottumwa; many nieces and nephews.
Mae was preceeded in death by her husband, Irvin Scott on June 11, 1971; one son Orris Harold; one grandson; one sister, Gladys Burdett and one brother, Carl Albright.
Mae will be greatly missed by all of her family and a multitude of friends and neighbors.
Funeral services were held on Sunday, April 30, 1978 in the Christian Church of Cantril at 2:00 P.M. with the Reverend Kenneth Campbell officiating.
Burial was in the Sunnyside Cemetery at Milton, Iowa.
The Priester Funeral Chapel of Bloomfield - Milton had charge of arrangements.
The ladies of the Cantril Christian Church furnished lunch for the family. Then after burial services all of the family and friends were invited to the American Legion hall of Milton for refreshments furnished by friends and neighbors of the "Happy Hour" Club.
Source: "The Hazel Stanford Obituary Collection", Pg. 168, Keosauqua Public Library, Keosauqua, IA
Van Buren Obituaries maintained by Rich Lowe.
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