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Nellie Mae Scott

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Dearest Lisa & James,
We give prayer to you and the kids in this saddest of times. We will always hold fond memories and laughter in our hearts of Ms Nellie. I will always think of her every time I see a spoon and remember the the story. I pray that you know and remember the love that Ms Nellie extended to everyone, how she made us feel like family and how much she recognized and appreciated you. I will remember her thanking me for "being here for Lisa, and all you do for...

May God Bless Ms. Nellie's memory. I am so thankful that I knew her, that she was a good friend to my mother and a tireless worker in First Baptist Church. She will be blessed.

To Lisa and the family, may God bless you always. Take comfort in knowing that you did all that you could for your mother and now she is at peace.

Sending heartfelt sympathy to Lisa and all of "Ms. Nellie's" family. She was like a sister to my mother - Audrey Wheaton. They traveled together and had many good times. I will always be grateful for the way she cared for and loved my mom during her illness. May God give Ms. Nellie's family comfort during this time. She will always have a special place in my heart. Please call on me if I can help in any way.

She always greeted me with a smile and words of encouragement. She will be missed by my family.

May the grace of God bring you peace and comfort now and in the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Nellie, The Dudley Family will keep you forever in our hearts. Your smile and friendly caring ways are instilled in our minds. You were a great neighbor and cannot be replaced. Love to your family as they cope with your transition to heaven.
Neil, Helen and Family

Lisa, you and your family are in my prayers. My sisters also extend their deepest condolences. I am sorry I am not there with you; but please know you are never alone. Our paths crossed for a reason; and you were there for me, when you barely knew me. I will always appreciate that. I am thankful I met and got to know you, during the short time I was in Roanoke. Your wonderfully generous nature tells me your mother was an extraordinary woman. I feel I have already met her, in you. May...


Nellie's Obituaries

Nellie Mae Scott, of Roanoke, passed away on Monday, August 26, 2013. She was born October 30, 1934, to the late Nellie and David Scott, Sr. of Campbell, Ohio. She is survived by her daughter, Lisa Marie and son-in-law, James A. Belinfontie, Jr.; grandchildren, Nicolaus and Rachael; sister,...

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