Audrey Scott
1941 - 2021
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Scott, Audrey
Audrey Scott, age 80, transitioned from this life on Thursday, May 6, 2021. She was born on January 12, 1941 in New Orleans, LA to Sterling Scott, Sr. and Helen Carraby Scott. Audrey lived her entire life in New Orleans, LA and received her Bachelor's in education from Dillard University. She then went on to obtain her Master's in education from Loyola University. After graduation, she worked as a dedicated schoolteacher for over 35 years. She retired with the Archdiocese of New Orleans. To cherish her memories Audrey leaves behind devoted nephew and niece in-law: Terence & Monique Bechet and a host of other nieces and nephews: Surviving siblings include Kenneth L. Scott (Sheila) and Cynthia S. Wilkerson (Clarence, Jr.) She is preceded in death by her parents: Sterling Scott, Sr., and Helen Carraby Scott; two sisters: Elaine Scott Diaz and Beverly Margaret Scott Bechet and two brothers: Sterling J. Scott, Jr. and Robert F. Scott. Family and friends are invited to her Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 11:00 AM at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, 1835 Saint Roch Ave. New Orleans, LA 70117. Visitation 10:00 AM until Mass. Interment is Private. Due to COVID-19 regulations, masks must be worn. Services Entrusted to the Caring Staff of: Professional Funeral Services, Inc. 'Celebrating Life' 1449 N. Claiborne Ave. New Orleans, LA 70116, 504-948-7447.



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Published in The Times-Picayune from May 10 to May 12, 2021.
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May 17, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Audrey was a dear co-worker and Friend
Betty Vincent
Friend
May 12, 2021
To the Scott Family,

We are so sorry to hear of Audreys passing. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers during these difficult times. May she rest in peace.

Peters Family:
Eurydice(Ritty), Joseph, Cornel, Joann
May 12, 2021
I remembered Ms. Audrey as a child (her sister was my Aunt by marriage)...Ironically were also worker together at an Elementary School...we became close as I also worked closely with and her Girl Scouts...we had wonderful years together with them as we both Loved teaching them Crafts &
Dancing...Rest knowing that she enjoyed Life
Tracy Williams-Whitley
Friend
May 12, 2021
To My Dear Cousin Audrey

You were always a great support to family. Your smile and zest for life we’re contagious. Rest In Peace. You are finally home.

Love you
Sheila Weber and Family
Sheila Weber
Family
May 12, 2021
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Clara Henderson
Friend
May 12, 2021
It is with precious memories of Audrey's witty humor, her love for arts, crafts, culture, reading, teaching, dancing and zest for life, we celebrate her homegoing. Until we meet again ....

Karen (Kissy) & Family
Karen J Howze
Family
May 11, 2021
Condolences to my family while we celebrate Audrey’s home going. May our beloved one RIP.
Clara (Ali) Crockett
Family
May 11, 2021
Condolences to my family while we celebrate the Audrey’s home going. May our beloved one RIP.
Clara (Ali) Crockett
Family
May 10, 2021
I’ll always remember her beautiful Spirit and smile especially kawanza Celebrations
Sheryl
Family
May 10, 2021
Dear Sister Wilkerson and Scott Family and Friends, as you mourn Sis. Scott’s passing, be also encouraged, for God loves you and is always with you. Trust Him for your healing. In and through Him, you will find Comfort, Strength, and the covering of His Peace. Carrying you in our prayers.
Your brother and sister in Christ,

Edward & Frances Ventress
FABC Restoration And Care Grief Ministry
Edward & Frances Ventress
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