Dorothy Scott, 89, Johnson City, took her first breath of Heaven Sunday, February 17, 2019, following a lengthy illness.
She was a Washington County native and a daughter of the late Fred and Belle Blakely Humphreys.
Dorothy was a true servant of God with a very kind and appreciative heart for all things others have done for her. She was a lifelong active member of Union Christian Church. Dorothy was raised by her brother James Humphreys in addition to her mother from an early age. Her favorite things to do were sewing, gardening, cooking, volunteering at the V.A. hospital and enjoying her kittens Lucky, Angel, Sunshine and Mudpie.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Grady Thomas Scott, in 2011; 3 brothers, Edmund, Walter and James; 2 sisters, Elizabeth and Mae and a great grandson, Jacob. Cherished survivors include sons Wayne Scott and wife Mary, Everett Scott and wife Susan, a daughter Joan Scott, all of Johnson City; grandchildren John Scott and wife Amy, Stephanie Conde of Hermosa Beach, CA, Brian Scott and wife Megan and Angela Walters and husband Vince; great grandchildren Jordan, John Thomas, Atley, Halle, Taylor, Emily and Luke; special nieces Pansy, Linda and Connie; special friends Grace Bennett, Mittie Huffine, Joyce France, Gladys “Toots” Hicks and Gladys Cole.
The family wishes to thank Brenda Davidson and Norene Hazlett and Amedisys Health Care for their loving care of Dorothy, and especially Dr. Hatjioannou.
The funeral service for Dorothy Scott will be conducted Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 4:00 P.M. in the East Chapel of Appalachian Funeral Home with Palma Bennett, minister, officiating. Special music will be provided by grandsons Brian Scott and Vince Walters. The family will receive friends from 2:00-4:00 P.M. in the East Parlor prior to the service. The graveside committal service will be conducted Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:00 A.M. at Roselawn Memory Gardens. Those wishing to attend are requested to meet at the cemetery at 10:50 A.M. Pallbearers will be Doug Evans, John Scott, Brian Scott, Vince Walters, John Thomas Scott, Atley Scott, Marty Shuherk and Mike Mahaffey.