Lillian Ferguson

San Antonio, Texas


San Antonio, Texas
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FERGUSONLillian Scott "Scottie" Beasley FergusonScottie Ferguson joined her loving Savior on October 21, 2012. She was re-united with her beloved husband of 60 years, Jim G. Ferguson, Jr. who preceded her in death in 2002 also brother, John C. Beasley and sister, Annie Mary Marler. She is...

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Avery and Scottie

Such a remarkable person, setting the standard of how life should be lived, I am blessed to have known her and mourn your loss.

With deepest sympathy on the loss of a great lady.
Laurie Beth Jones.

The best part of being married to Meredith, Scottie's granddaughter, was getting to know and learn from Scottie. Chatting with her in San Antonio, touring Arkansas with her, visiting the Ferguson Country Store with her and meeting the new owner, seeing the utmost respect he had for her.

And I am so proud that Avery, Scottie's first great-granddaughter, will know the father-daughter relationship that Scottie and her wonderful sisters enjoyed with their dad growing up in Beeville. ...

Martha, Dave and I are so sorry for the loss of your mother - such a sweet and dear woman. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Much love, Janet and Dave

Martha, our hearts are heavy as we think of you and the loss of your precious mother, Scottie. We wish we had known her longer because evidently, she was quite a woman. We know the apple has not fallen far from the tree, Martha. When reading Scottie's obituary, we felt like we were reading about you! What a wonderful legacy you have been given. May the Lord watch over all of your family as you mourn the loss of your beloved Scottie. We love you! Charlotte and Fred

With Deepest Sympathy,
Barbara and Wayne Thomas

Scottie Beasley Ferguson and her entire family eptomized all things good about old South Texas. Straight forwardness, honesty,generousity and unmatched tenacity. Rare qualities not easily found these days. I had the honor of being present on a Rock Port fishing trip and celebrating Thanksgiving on their beautiful ranch, still smelling of goat's milk that she insisted had to be used in the white wash plaster recipe from Mexico. She, her sisters, Betty (John) and Martha along with their beloved...