AUDREY M. SCOTT
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JUDGE AUDREY M. SCOTT, 65 long time judge, serving the local EEOC and Social Security Administration Memphis Hearings Office, entered into eternal rest February 26, 2013 at Methodist University Hospital. Judge Scott grew up in Memphis and graduated from Hamilton High School. After graduation, she began college at LeMoyne Owen College and later transferred to Howard University in Washington where she graduated with honors. She later attended Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor degree. She returned to Memphis and began her legal career with Memphis Area Legal Services. She leaves to mourn her passing her loving husband, O.C. Scott; daughters, Daphne L. Scott, Lauren J. Scott; one grand-daughter, Clarke Mary-Katherine Smith; siblings, Lillie Ruth Cheeks, Christine Bishop, Attorney Verilie Elliott, Hettie S. Gibbs, M.D., Rev. Mary L. Edwards, Emma W. Rose, and Pamela L. Morris; sister-in-laws, Patricia Bush, Joyce Love El and Barbara Jones. Also many loving nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends will remember her fondly. Visitation will be Tuesday, March 5, 7:30 -8:30 p.m., at J.E. Herndon Funeral Home, 2595 James Rd., Memphis (901)353-4499. Funeral Services will be held at noon, Wednesday, March 6 at Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ, 547 Mississippi Blvd, Memphis, TN 38101. Burial will follow at New Park Cemetery, 4536 Horn Lake Rd. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Pillow Street C.M.E Church, Youth Department, 1590 Pillow Street, Memphis,TN 38106. J. E. Herndon Funeral Home (901)353-4499

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Published in The Commercial Appeal from Mar. 4 to Mar. 7, 2013.
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January 26, 2017
I did not personally know Judge Scott and yet she changed my life and the lives of my children through her work. I have tried to find her through the years to thank her, but was never able to locate her. I tried again this morning and saw her obituary. Judge Scott was the judge in my case almost 30 years ago. She had the legal mind and the courage to issue a decision against the government that helped not only me, but hundreds of employees who used her decision in their cases. I will never forget her beautiful smile and quiet demeanor as she sat through my case. I look back now and chuckle because I remember thinking, 'This lady is not going to have the fortitude to render an accurate decision in this case. This case is too ugly and she's too nice". Within 30 days Judge Scott issued a forty page decision citing the government with perjury, conspiracy, and discrimination. I remember before my hearing my attorney telling me that it was a government conspiracy, but no judge was going to make that ruling against the government. She was my angel here on earth. I regret that I was never able to tell Judge Scott how much she has meant to my life, but I take some comfort in this opportunity to tell her family. Rest in peace Judge Scott. My appreciation for your courage still brings tears to my eyes, even after all these years.
Sandy Davis
October 8, 2014
To the Audry's family, please accept my condolence. I just learned of her passing and am deeply moved by it. I met Audry when she and Daphne arrived at the law school. She will be missed and remembered.
Liddell Smith
March 6, 2013
OC, DAPHNE, LAUREN AND CLARKE:
Our prayers are with you during this time. I worked with Audrey at
Mphs Legal Services, EEOC and most recently during contract work. I have found over the years that God blessed her with a legal mind of excellence. Personally, she was a dear friend. I thank God that He allowed us to meet. Cherish your memories.
Hazel and William Burks
March 5, 2013
RIP my dear sweet Aunt Audrey. God didn't want you to suffer for a long time so He called you home to his loving arms. Your success in your career (I remember you telling me we were a family of first timers), your willingness to help and inspire others, your beautiful poems and most important the love you've shown to your husband, daughters, grand daughter, and family will forever be an inspiration to me. You let your light shine and your memory will forever live on in our hearts.
Toni Johnson
March 5, 2013
To the Scott Family, our sincere and deepest sympathy on the lost of your love one! May God comfort you during your bereavement!
Daphine Johnson
March 5, 2013
Cornelius and family, Continue to look to The Lord who made heaven an earth and He can help to heal your broken hearts. We love you.
Rev. Mary & Emanuel Carey
March 5, 2013
R.I.P, Mrs. Scott
O.C. Peace & Comfort to the Family.
Mary Taylor-Shelby
March 5, 2013
To the Scott Family,God has called another one of his beautiful Angels home,where there is no more suffering or pain.Audrey was a wonderful,loving person and she will be missed. God will comfort you all threw this.
Anthony,Francine,Tarra and Heather Chambers
March 5, 2013
To the family of Judge Scott, my heart goes out to each of you during this moment of sorrow. While I did not personally know Judge Scott, we met in a training session last year in Florida. She was a women of grace and style. Her beautiful smile invited conversation. May your days and nights be filled with good memories for GOD has called her home to rest peacefully. Her friend Charlene from NEEOISO
March 5, 2013
Take your rest. May God bless your soul and give peace to your family
Maxine Elam
March 4, 2013
I am praying for your strength during this difficult time. Let her memories comfort you and let God be your forever comforter.
Shirley Moody Harris, former co-worker.
March 4, 2013
To Audrey's family - you will be in my prayers. Audrey was a good friend and colleague. G. Page/Roanoke VA.
March 4, 2013
We are shocked, deeply saddened & our hearts are broken over the untimely passing of dear sister Audrey & will miss her always. At least I can remember the happy times we had here during the couple of years of her tenure as a judge with the Social Security Administration - Houstin office. While I missed her presence when she left to serve as a judge at the Tupelo, MS Social Security office, I did have an opportunity to visit her on two occasions there in Tupelo. So Rest in Peace, dear sweet sister Audrey. We will love you always.
Verilie Wall Elliott
March 4, 2013
Audrey, you will forever be in my heart sister. Rest in peace forever. Love always,
Pamela Wall Morris
March 4, 2013
O C, we pray God's peace and comfort for you and your family.
Derek and Darnita Brassel
March 4, 2013
OC, we pray God's peace and comfort for your family.
Derek and Darnita Brassel
March 4, 2013
Lauren, my deepest sympathy to you and your family at this difficult and sorrowful time. You are all in my prayers.
Linda Aurrichio
March 4, 2013
Audrey, you will forever be in my heart sister. Rest in peace forever. Love always, Pamela Wall Morris.
March 4, 2013
Dear Lauren, Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we all feel about the loss of your dear Mother. I am here to support you in your grieving process.
With sincere sympathy to you and your family,

Nancy
Nancy Becker
March 4, 2013
God Bless you and your family in the lost of Mrs. Scott.
Dr. Cleo and Katherine Kirk
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