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Virginia Scott

Virginia Ann Scott

Thursday, October 22nd, 1936 - Monday, July 27th, 2020
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VIRGINIA ANN HOWARD SCOTT, fondly known as “Ginni,” was called into the presence of God on Monday, July 27, 2020. She was born in Charleston, West Virginia on Thursday, October 22, 1936. She was preceded in death by her husband, Earnest Scott, (Cleveland, OH); daughter, Yolanda Lynn Howard, (Columbus, OH); parents, William J. Howard, Sr. and Bertha Beatrice Dillard Howard, (Columbus, OH); four brothers, William J. Howard, Jr. (Mt. Holly, NJ), Robert L. Howard, Sr. (Columbus, OH), Joseph T. Howard (Columbus, OH), and John M. Howard (Oklahoma City, OK); and one sister, Julia Alberta Howard, (Inglewood, CA).
(Oklahoma City, OK); and one sister, Julia Alberta Howard, (Inglewood, CA).
She leaves to mourn her loss three sisters, Hallie M. Howard, (Gilbert, AZ), Regina Y. Howard, (Clementon, NJ), and Audrey M.H. Velt, (Columbus, OH) and a host of nieces and nephews, whom she catered to every chance she got. She loved those children.
She leaves to mourn her loss three sisters, Hallie M. Howard, (Gilbert, AZ), Regina Y. Howard, (Clementon, NJ), and Audrey M.H. Velt, (Columbus, OH) and a host of nieces and nephews, whom she catered to every chance she got. She loved those children.
In May 1943, the family moved from West Virginia to a farm in Vinton, Ohio, where Virginia attended Vinton Jr. High School. They later moved to Bidwell, Ohio, where she attended Bidwell-Porter High School. Virginia continued her education at a Jr. College in Arkansas. She returned to Columbus, Ohio, lived with her sister, Julia A. Howard, and worked for the Neil House Hotel. She was later employed at Emil’s Steer Inn Steakhouse as assistant baker. After many years of service, Virginia retired from Kroger Bakery. There she was employed as a baker.
In May 1943, the family moved from West Virginia to a farm in Vinton, Ohio, where Virginia attended Vinton Jr. High School. They later moved to Bidwell, Ohio, where she attended Bidwell-Porter High School. Virginia continued her education at a Jr. College in Arkansas. She returned to Columbus, Ohio, lived with her sister, Julia A. Howard, and worked for the Neil House Hotel. She was later employed at Emil’s Steer Inn Steakhouse as assistant baker. After many years of service, Virginia retired from Kroger Bakery. There she was employed as a baker.
Virginia’s presence lit up a room. Her voice and humor kept you laughing until you cried. She was open, outgoing, and never met a stranger. She was a very generous person with everything she had. Virginia would give you the shirt off her back just for the asking. She never refused to help anyone that asked, no matter what the cost. Her life was somewhat private except for close family and friends. Her health had been declining for some time and she finally succumbed to those issues. She was a trooper; she was a winner.
Virginia’s presence lit up a room. Her voice and humor kept you laughing until you cried. She was open, outgoing, and never met a stranger. She was a very generous person with everything she had. Virginia would give you the shirt off her back just for the asking. She never refused to help anyone that asked, no matter what the cost. Her life was somewhat private except for close family and friends. Her health had been declining for some time and she finally succumbed to those issues. She was a trooper; she was a winner.
Sometimes, it’s not a matter of being a winner or a loser, it’s just how you play the game. Virginia will be greatly missed, always loved, and never forgotten. One of her favorite Scriptures was Numbers 6:24-26. “The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.”
Sometimes, it’s not a matter of being a winner or a loser, it’s just how you play the game. Virginia will be greatly missed, always loved, and never forgotten. One of her favorite Scriptures was Numbers 6:24-26. “The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.”
So...Off you go dear Ginni. Off you go.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 | 10:00am
    When
    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 10:00am
    Location
    Chapel of Caliman Funeral Services
    Address
    3700 Refugee Road
    Columbus, Ohio 43232
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    Officiant
    Minister Patrick Gamble

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