Gloria N. Scott
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Gloria N Scott September 17, 1935 - June 4, 2020 San Diego Gloria was born Sept 17 1935 in Corcoran, CA to W.R. and Jessie Harbuck. She graduated from Corcoran High School in 1953 from which she learned and proudly carried a lifelong love of Home Economics. She moved to San Diego in 1956 where she worked at Convair Aeronautics for 3 years. In 1957 she met her husband Arthur Scott and in 1960 they married and raised their son Shannon and daughter Shelli Scott, in San Diego where she spent the rest of her life. Ever the selfless, dedicated and energetic mother and housekeeper, her home and everything that came from her kitchen were a great source of pride just as it was with her mother Jessie Harbuck. From her husband Art and their vast circle of friends she picked up a love of camping and being in the outdoors which was to continue her entire life, RV camping across the Western US. Her other great passion was caring for her ever present dogs, as well as being the best friend to every dog, cat and horse that she ever met. To the end she was a force of nature with her happiness, energy and laughter. Gloria will continue to live in the hearts of all that loved her and whose many lives she touched In lieu of flowers, we encourage you to make a donation to the San Diego Humane Society in Glorias name

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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune from Jul. 4 to Jul. 5, 2020.
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July 25, 2020
Grew up with Shannon. Gloria was always there to answer the door with a smile and to welcome you into their house. Sorry for your loss.
Eric Ashby
July 8, 2020
Gloria Was My Running Partner & Then Walking Partner For Many Year. She Will Always Be In My Thoughts. What A Pleasure To Have Called Her My Friend. God Bless Art & The Children. Penyak
July 8, 2020 Penyak
July 5, 2020
Gloria was my neighbor for many years, and she will be missed. May God bless her husband Art, and their kids. She always had a wonderful smile, and never seemed to worry about anything. She loved her family, and also loved to walk her dogs. She was a great neighbor who watched my dog, and she loved to garden. She will be deeply missed.
Eric Polansky
July 5, 2020
God bless her and you Art and the kids. So many great memories and fun times, 50 yrs. ago
Ted Sandall
July 4, 2020
You can't be gone!
I can still hear your laughter & see you enjoying all those fantastic times we had so many eons ago! Vacations, weekend trips, living together for a year, adventures in the kitchen when neither of us knew how to light the stove!!!!! The world just got dimmer! Love, Bettie
July 4, 2020
love you and miss you so much Mom ❤
Shannon scott
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