Frankie L. Scott, 93

Mrs. Frankie L. Scott, the daughter of the late Mr. Virgil Lane and Mrs. Minnie Lane Wade was born on December 10, 1926 in Brooks County, Georgia.  Her five siblings Lillie Mae, Morris, Johnny, Wilma, and Julius proceeded her in death.  She received her education in Brooks County and graduated in the Class of 1945.  She attended Thomasville Technical College and completed her certification in Nurse’s Assistance program in 1975.  She was employed with the Brooks County School System, the Presbyterian Home, and the Atlanta Life Insurance company.  She became a member of the Lovejoy 246 Order of Eastern Star in 1946.  At an early age she joined Simmon Hill Missionary Baptist Church.  She was an active member and officer of the Brooks County Union and Brooks County Baptist Association.  On December 29, 1946, Frankie married the love of her life, the late Deacon Julian L. Scott, Sr.  They shared a love filled marriage for 62 years.  From their union, eight children were born, two of whom preceded her in death: Gloria Franklin and Sylvia Oates.

She leaves to mourn her passing four sons: Julian L. Scott, Jr., Dixie, Georgia; Robert Scott, Douglas, Georgia; Virgil Scott Sr. (Teresa), Douglas, Georgia and Anthony Scott, Sr. (Jeanette), Albany, Georgia; two daughters: Jacqueline Dyer, Valdosta, Georgia and Carolyn Scott, Albany, Georgia; one son-in-law Terry Oates, Douglas, Georgia; one brother-in-law Roger Scott, Dixie, Georgia; one sister-in-law Eloise Lane, Quitman, Georgia and a host of relatives and friends including her dearest friend Mrs. Johnnie Mae Marable and a devoted caregiver Ms. Ruby Carnegie.

Funeral services were Saturday, January 25, 2020, 11 a.m. at Simmon Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Dixie, Georgia with Pastor James Huewitt officiating. Burial followed in the Scott Serenity Gardens Cemetery in Simmon Hill, Georgia.

Condolences may be made by visiting stevensmcgheefuneralhome.com  Stevens-McGhee Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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