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MRS. EVA WILLIAMS SCOTT, affectionately called “Mom boo” slipped away from this life on December 18, 2009 at Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Blackstone, VA. She was born on May 19, 1920 in Nottoway County to the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Williams.
She attended school in Nottoway County. Mom boo joined Mt. Nebo Baptist Church at an early age under the pastorate of Reverend J.B. Rather. She served faithfully on the Senior Usher Board until her health began to fail. She was a member of the Missionary Ministry; Pastor’s Aid Ministry; and loved to cook and serve meals for occasions at the church.
She was affiliated with the King David Lodge #217; the Nottoway Homemakers Extension Club and the Women’s VFW Auxiliary.
She was wedded to the late Anderson Scott, Sr. on March 11, 1939 and to this union they were blessed with two sons. One of her sons, Anderson Scott, Jr. (Pudding) preceded her in death.
Mom boo was a kind and loving person, who always shared what she had with others. She and her late husband will always be remembered in the Nottoway area for being seen riding their tractor.
In memory of her love, she leaves her devoted son, Lee Scott, Sr. (Connie); a grandson whom they adopted as a son, Christopher Scott (Lori); four grandchildren, Denine, Martrese, Lee Jr. and Shiras (Walter); four great grandchildren, Christopher Jr., Shadiaman, Brandon and Trevian; one devoted sister, Betty Mavin; one brother, Archie Williams (Mildred) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Funeral Services Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Blackstone with interment in the church cemetery.
W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home of Blackstone in charge of the arrangementys.
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