Norman and Sadie Scott

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Norman Scott
Sadie Johnson Scott
AIKEN, SC - Their
Celebration of Life for
Norman and Sadie Johnson Scott will be held 2 PM Saturday, September 24, 2016 @ River of Life Church with Rev. Timothy O. Williams and Rev. Phinice Young, officiating. Burial will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens.
Norman Scott was born in Aiken, SC on November 25, 1930, the son of Eddie and Lillie Bell Johnson Scott. He joined church at an early age and served as a Deacon of Montmorenci Baptist Church for many years, including a period of time as Chairman of the Deacon Board. After receiving an education in the schools of Aiken County, he served in the United States Army in the Korean War. As a young man, he married Sadie Mae Johnson and together they raised a family of five children and a host of grand- and great-grandchildren during their 67-year union. Their surviving children are Jesse (Dotcenia) Corley, Michael (Earline) Frazier, Gwendolyn J. Hines, Michelle J. (Kenneth) Harris and daughter-in-law, Mary G. Corley.
Norman's parents, a son, Jackie Corley, three siblings (David Scott, Mary Scott, and Betty Kirk) preceded him in death. From his birth family, he leaves to cherish his memory: Willie "Bluejohn" Scott (Jacksonville, FL), Mary Brinson (North Augusta, SC), Hattie "Pete" Scott, Charlie Mae Corley, Davis (Frances) Corley, all of Aiken, SC, and a host of other relatives.
Sadie Johnson Scott was born in Aiken County, South Carolina, on April 9, 1931, the daughter of Clarence and Ethel Patterson Johnson. Sadie was the only girl among five children. Three brothers preceded her in death, Evan "Harper" Johnson, Bracey Curtis Johnson and Frisco Johnson. In addition to Sadie's and Norman's four surviving children, she leaves to celebrate their legacy one brother, Roosevelt (Betty) Tilmon; sister-in-law Dr. Gwendolyn B. Johnson; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and a host of loving nieces, nephews, in-laws, cousins and friends.
A Tribute for Mr. and Mrs. Scott will be held at Jackson-Brooks Funeral Home on Friday, September 23, 2016 from 6-8 PM.
The procession will line up at the Funeral Home @ 1:20 PM on Saturday.
Friends may call the residence of her daughter, Gwendolyn Hines, 72 Alex Johnson Drive @ 803 644 0776 or JACKSON-BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, 126 Fairfield St. SE, Aiken, SC 29801 @ 803 649 6123 from 3-8 PM on Friday.
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Jackson-Brooks Funeral Home
126 Fairfield Street SE
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 649-6123
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Sept. 21, 2016
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