Vera Joan Scott

2nd July 1927 ~ 3rd February 2024

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In memory of Vera Scott who passed away peacefully on Saturday 3rd February aged 96.
Funeral service will be held at the North Devon Crematorium, Aspen Chapel, on Tuesday 27th February at 3pm.

Family flowers only please.

Donations in her memory for Dementia UK, by retiring collection or c/o Braddicks & Sherborne Funeral Directors, No 1 Abbotsham Road, Bideford, EX39 3AF (01237) 477222.

Funeral Service

Location:
North Devon Crematorium
Old Torrington Road
Barnstaple
Devon
EX31 3NW

Date: Tuesday 27th February 2024

Time: 3.00pm

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4 comments on “Vera Joan Scott

  1. Elaine left a message

    Being my mum was hard sometimes
    and I know it could be tough
    but you did the most amazing job
    I can’t thank you enough

    You were there when I needed you.
    Always ready to understand
    and you picked up all the pieces
    when things didn’t go quite as planned.

    Your constant good example,
    Always taught me right from wrong
    Markers for my pathway
    To last my whole life long

    You did this so unselfishly
    I never heard you once complain
    I’m sure if we could press rewind
    you’d do it all again

    There is no way I could repay you
    for everything you’ve done
    I just want to say thank you
    You were a wonderful Mum

    Love you always

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  2. Zena left a message

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  3. Ray scott left a message

    My aunt Vera was A true lady with class and grace. A devoted wife and mother who always put her family and faith first. A wonderful aunt who I remember as Englands best ambassador and tour guide. Her knowledge of history and the country she loved was second to none. The pride in her heritage showed every momentt she took you touring. I will miss her smile and positive attitude. Being the sister of my mom she was also very close family. I miss them both very much.

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  4. Noreen Sutherland ( nee Scott ) left a message

    My years in England before moving to Canada are heavy with memories of my Aunt Vera. I adored her beauty, her glowing face when she smiled and her words of encouragement. She was my godmother and I was her flower girl when she married uncle Reg in 1950. Over the years we were separated by an ocean but visits from her were anticipated with much joy. Vera always made people comfortable. She entertained with grace and loved to bake. She was also a hands on mother and a devoted wife. She balanced life.
    Best memories of so long ago are of our seaside holidays in England, all along the southern coast. She loved the water, sand and sun. They were some of my happiest memories as a child. Aunt Vera had a wonderful life, with family and friends that loved her. She had a faith that was unbreakable. She was truly an amazing person.

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