Janice -Scott-Obituary

Janice Scott

Springfield, Virginia

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Janice Marie Scott was born on October 12, 1945, in Memphis Tennessee. In 1954, her mother moved the family to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she attends the local public schools until her early teen years. Janice then moved with her family in the 1970s to Colorado Springs, Colorado. There, she graduated from Harrison High School on May 28, 1972. Demonstrating a selfless commitment to her family shortly after graduation, she took on the task of caring for her youngest sister, Darlene, as well as her oldest sisterʽs (Claudette) daughter, Gail during Claudetteʼs overseas assignment tour in Germany.

In 1975, Janice met Abraham Scott, a native of Beaufort, SC, who was assigned as 2nd Lieutenant to the 4th Finance Company on Fort Carson adjacent to Colorado Springs. Janice and Abraham were married in Beaufort, SC on December 27, 1976. Two years later, the couple was blessed with the birth of their first child Crystal.

In December 1978 the family moved to Fort Benjamin Harrison, where Janice began to embark upon her career with Indiana National bank in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. Janice and Crystal then moved with Abraham to Fort Rucker Alabama, in July 1979. Her career was temporarily placed on hold: however, she continues her education and Enterprise State Junior College in Enterprise Alabama, where she received an Associate Degree in Business Administration.

In August 1982, the family moved to Heidelberg, Germany, where Janice took course at the campus of the University of Maryland. She also continued her career initially with the local credit union. She entered the Federal government workforce as a check control officer with Army Finance Office in Switzingen, then as an accountant with European Army Accounting Office in Leiman, Germany.

During the mid-1980ʼs, the family moved to the Greater Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC where Angel entered their lives. It did not take Janice long to re-enter the government workforce. The Army Personal Command in Alexandria, Virginia, hired her in 1987 as an assistant budget officer. She also continued to further her education by taking night and weekend classes at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. She graduated on December 23, 1988, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. This great achievement was instrumental in helping her to acquire a Budget Officer position in 1989 with Resource Services Washington of the Office of Administration in the Pentagon. Janice was promoted in June 2001, as a Budget Team Leader with Resource Services Washington. She was employed by this organization when the tragedy occurred on September 11, 2001. She only needed a few credits as a Certified Government Financial Manger, the government equivalent to a Certified Public Accountant. Janice commitment to children, her community, and her personal growth lead to her involvement in a number of organizations. She was member of Blacks in Government, 5-Star Toastmasters Club, Association ofGoverment Accountants, and the Burke-Fairfax Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, where she held the position of Historian, Program Director, and Vice-president. She was also a member of Greater Little Zion Baptist Church, in Fairfax, Virginia.

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Never to be forgotten. Condolences to Janices loved ones, who dealt with the 9/11 aftermath and the immense grief.

I pray for the friends and family of Janice Scott to be especially blessed today and for the rest of the year. Much love from Texas,

Holiday blessings to the family of Janice Scott. I know that she is looking down and happy to see you all are doing well. Remember Jesus is the Reason for the Season.

That is so cool Mr. Dillon. Thank you my sister would be proud.

Thank you Patty for your thoughts about my sister.

I have to say that I have great admiration for you. In reading about you and your family, no matter where you lived, you continued your education. I just find that very inspirational. And I didn't know that there is a University of Maryland in Germany.

I had the honor to wear your name on Sept. 11th 2014 in Washington DC. You will forever be in my heart and your family in my prayers.

Dear Darlene,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and Janice Scott's family on this day. My heart goes out to all the families that lost a family members in this tragic day. Always remember when you feel it's not the best time or the best day, you can always call one name and he can make it better "JESUS". May God continue to bless you and your family. Take care.
Your Sister in Christ.