Elizabeth Marie Scott was born on March 27, 1933 in Gurdon, Arkansas, to the late Rev. Henry L. Williams and Verdell Williams. She was preceded in death by two brothers Otis and Elijah Williams.
She was united in holy matrimony to Sam Thomas Scott on June 11, 1952. They relocated to San Bernardino and have resided here for over 50 years. Together, they had four sons and two daughters.
Scott joined the church at an early age under the leadership of her father Rev. Williams and later united with New Hope Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. David Campbell. Through it all she remained faithful and trusting in God.
Scott received her formal education in Arkansas and was a homemaker. She loved her family and she loved chicken. Her family was the joy of her life. She spread her warmth and motherly love to anyone who would visit. It was like a family reunion every weekend.
She leaves to cherish her memory her husband of 50 years Sam T. Scott, four sons; Zachary Scott and wife Carolyn of Palm Springs, Darryl and fiancee Jackie Jordan, Fred and Eugene Scott both of San Bernardino; two daughters Gale and husband Roger Harrison of Loma Linda, Phyllis Scott of San Bernardino; a special play daughter Jackie Johnson of Victorville; one sister Mavis Williams of Santa Barbara, two brothers Claude Williams of San Bernardino and Charles Williams of La Panto, Arkansas, 13 grandchildren, and a host of relatives, in-laws and friends who will miss her compassion and gently manner.
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