Nancy Ann Scott
4 October, 1961 – 30 January, 2020
Nancy Ann (Walery) Scott, 58, went to be with our Lord January 30, 2020. Nancy was born October 4, 1961 in Everett, WA to Robert and Betty Walery. She was a life long resident of Everett and also lived in Stanwood where she worked as a playground teacher at Stanwood Elementary. She is survived by her sister, Julie Locke (Susan, Jordan); her brother, Richard Walery (Eric, Terese), and her niece Becky, (Christen, Jacob, Jared) and her daughter, Michelle. She is preceded in death by sister Susan and brother Robert "Tom". Nancy enjoyed life and played the violin most of her life. She was very caring and almost always knew what to say at the right time. She always had an encouraging word and could uplift anyone that was around her. She was funny and always had quick wit and jokes to share to spread laughter, even during challenging times. Her smile brightened up each room she entered and captivated every audience. Our "Fancy Nancy" will be deeply missed and remembered always. The Celebration of Life will be February 11, at 1 p.m. with viewing one hour prior at Evergreen Funeral Home, 4504 Broadway Everett, WA 98290 along with the Burial Service at Cypress Lawn Cemetery at 2 p.m. Please come celebrate her life with us.
- Funeral Service Tuesday, 11 February , 2020
- Graveside Service Tuesday, 11 February , 2020
Nancy Ann Scott
February 11, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Scott and Wallery families at the loss of your beloved Nancy.
I was a graduate of Everett High School in 1978 and knew Nancy as well as Sue. Both true beacons of life, light and love who left us far too early.
I remember chats with Nancy on the city bus. She often rode the bus my brother drove, and I believe they were confidants during a time in both their lives when grief was tantamount.
Ever the optimist, even during her most vulnerable, challenging times, Nancy always lived in the moment. Her smile, laugh, sense of humor, along with her way of processing and sense of discovery were contagious. She had a very strong sense of self even at that age, which helped me love myself a little more. Certainly this was a gift others who knew her benefited from as well.
My heartfelt sense of gratitude for having known her during our adolescent years.
Many condolences to all who loved her.
Scott O'Neill (aka: Zinter)