ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, WANDA JEAN EDDENS SCOTT 64 years old , born on November 29, 1946 and passed away on January 14, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 30, 2019
And we start another year apart.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2018
As we celebrate 72 together . . .
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2017
Another year. Another memory.
Posted by David Mezzera on January 14, 2017
Thanks for the yearly reminder for each of us to say a prayer of thanksgiving for Wanda's life.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2016
70 for us. Sorry I'm doing it alone.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2015
I never want to miss this date to remember Wanda.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2014
And another . . . I appreciate this yearly reminder that allows me to reminisce about our good times together.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2013
Another year missing Wanda.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2012
Another year - I get to celebrate yet another birthday today without Wanda . . . doesn't seem fair. Still missed.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2011
Ah, yes. Thanks for the reminder - - Wanda and I were born on the same day, same year! Please never let me forget this wonderful lady. May I always share my birthday with her . . .
Posted by Larry Thomas on January 23, 2011
Even though I haven't seen Wanda in awhile, I'll miss her. I can't count the times she assisted me from the RCSC. Wanda was a great person.

Larry Thomas

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Posted by David Mezzera on November 30, 2019
And we start another year apart.
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2018
As we celebrate 72 together . . .
Posted by David Mezzera on November 29, 2017
Another year. Another memory.
Recent stories

A true lady!

Shared by David Mezzera on January 19, 2011

Wanda, you were a gracious, competent and effective leader for us in Pacific Area as our area director and have been missed at our parliamentary meetings ever since your health prevented you from continuing your participation. I'll never forget the laughs we shared when our paths crossed in the coffee shop at Fitzgerald's in Reno. Who says parliamentarians can't have fun? Go with God, Dave

P.S. I just discovered that Wanda and I were born on the same day, same year! I wish we had made that connection earlier and could have enjoyed sharing something else together . . .

OAK Unit

Shared by AlVerta Harty on January 19, 2011

When I first met Wanda in 2008, she was Vice President of the Omega Alpha Kappa Unit of the National Association of Parliamentarians. Since then she became acting President and when I was elected President in 2009, she graciously agreed to serve as Treasurer for me. We shared a hotel room at the National Convention in South S.F. in 2009 and I was priveleged to count her as a mentor and a compassionate listener whenever I needed to vent.

She had a wonderful sense of humor and a remarkable way of sensing the heart of an issue when all conversation was muddled. I didn't know her long, but I enjoyed talking to her and sharing a laugh about the (sometimes) stuffiness of parliamentarianism.

I am grateful to have known her and will always think of her from time to time whenever being a parliamentary advisor gets me down.

V