Junie Mae Scott passed away on Friday, July 17, 2007 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 76. Ms. Scott was born on November 30, 1930 in Buda, Texas to Willie B. Grant and Lois Crenshaw. During her working career, Ms. Scott was a cook in the children/adult daycare industry. She is survived by her son, Wesley Scott (Corita); sisters, Ethel Watters of San Antonio, Ann Watters, Elvin Parker of Roswell, NM, Rev. Velma Mollett of Tucson, AZ; brother, Rev. Rufus O. Watters, Sr. (Eddie Mae); sister-in-law, Juanita Watters, of Roswell, NM; son-in-law, Allen Scrugg, of Atlanta, GA; 4 grandchildren, Tarsha Grant (friend Melvin Hall), Healey White, Teatrice Scott, Kayla Scott; 5 great-grandchildren, Dezmerae Grant, Robert Grant, Jocoy Grant, Rashad El-Amin, Charles Benson, III; 1 great-great-grandchild, Dominic Galloway, and a host of relatives and friends.

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  1. I will miss my Aunt Junnie Mae Scott. She was a very beautiful and sweet person. She loved God, Jesus Christ, her complete family and friends. She was so very happy and could cook up a storm. I remember when I was station at Lackland AFB in 1981 she cook me the best dinner I had. It was a joy and delight to visit her. She touch my life in special ways. I will be grateful for the love she extended to me and my brothers and sisters, when we came during our summer visits. We had so much fun coming to see our Aunt Junnie Mae. She had a beautiful laugh and was so very very happy. I shall miss her deeply. I know that she is resting in peace. She is watching over her family. Please celebrate her life today and always with love for everyone that you meet. She was so loving and giving. She helped so many people she met. She respected everyone with the love of Jesus Christ. She was a great lady. I’m so proud that she was my aunt.

  2. We love Sis Junie Scott. Our prayers go out to the family. May God Bless you all. Eva Mills, Karen Mills Turner (K.K) and family of the New Mt Pleasant Baptist Church

  3. God Be With You in Your Loss, The very same God who made you loves you with all the tenderness and compassion a Father’s heart can hold. You are important to Him than you could ever imagine.

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