- 91 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 14, 1924
- Place of birth:
Canton, Ohio, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 10, 2016
- Place of passing:
Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Frances be with us forever|
Frances Eleanor (Fair) Scott, 91, passed away Feb. 10, 2016 in Port Charlotte, Florida after a brief illness.
Frances was born in Canton, Ohio on Nov. 14, 1924. She graduated from McKinley High School in Canton.
She married James W. Scott on Nov. 6, 1943. She lived her whole life in Canton, except for the last five years of which she resided in Punta Gorda, Florida.
She was preceded in death by her husband James; her sister Louise Hildebrandt of Canton, Ohio; and her brother Harold Fair of Tucson, Arizona.
Frances worked as a medical secretary for more than 30 years with Dr. Frank Gonzalez in Canton
She leaves behind her children: James W. Scott, Jr. and his wife Mable of Punta Gorda, Fla., their children Deborah Sencen and her husband Joseph Sencen, and Denise Scott; Susan (Scott) Erkfritz and her husband Dr. Gary Erkfritz of Thousand Oaks, Cal., their children Kirsten Erkfritz and Karin Erkfritz; and Gerald Scott and his wife Carol of Hattiesburg, Miss., their children Lindsey Anne Bellcase and her husband Deron Bellcase, and Frances Michelle "Shelley" Scott. She also leaves five great grandchildren: Connor Sencen, Nathan Scott Bellcase and Jensen Dean Bellcase and Alex Jones and Padme Hamilton.
Frances was cremated in Florida and will be laid to rest beside her husband in Forest Hill Cemetery in Canton. No calling hours; service pending.
Frances may be kindly remembered at icscremationandfunerals.org and on Facebook at facebook.com/icscremationandfunerals
"I have such good memories of our family outings with Frannie and Jim and the kids. My mom and Fran were such good friends for many years. She was fun loving and caring. God Bless you all Jimmy, Susan and Jerry....................Lynda Stegman Duck"
"So sorry for your loss. Frannie was a very warm and fun spirited person. Loved to talk to her back in the old neighborhood. The 17th Street Neighborhood was never quite the same without her. Thinking of all of you during this difficult time."
"Christmas Cookies! Whenever I think of Christmas cookies, I remember Fran Scott. She would make dozens and dozens of all kinds of shapes and types and my siblings and I would feast on them for a whole month! She was so good to the four Gonzalez kids. I am sure she was a wonderful grandmother. Frank Gonzalez, Jr. 330-497-5888."
"Our saddened hearts go out to you all. Fran was devoted, caring, and always with a charming wit. Because of enduring love, possession of her qualities continue.
With sympathy and love,
Dick and Carole"
"I am sorry for your loss. I loved the times we got to spend together, especially when we went out for lunch.
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