Maggie Maé Scaff

5 décembre 19715 août 2013
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Maggie Maè Scaff, 41, passed to our loving Lord on Monday, August 5th, 2013. Maggie Maè was born in Fontana, California and moved to Brownwood, Texas where she graduated from Brownwood High School.

Maggie Maè was a loving mother, wife, sister, daughter, and friend. She had a great sense of humor and was a true spitfire with a huge heart! She became a vital member of the Nelson family- helping David & Brenda raise their beautiful daughters: Jayna & Jessica, while obtaining her bachelor’s degree at Concordia University in Austin Texas.

Maggie’s proudest achievements were her two precious children—Foster and Connally. Maggie Maè was never a stranger to anyone. She had a passion for entertaining friends and family, making her home a haven to all. She especially loved her Longhorns, and loved celebrating in her burnt orange (the new black)!

She is survived by her loving husband Brian, her children Foster and Connally, and by her mother Bea, her brother Alex, her sister Alicia, and numerous aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and other relatives.

We will miss Maggie Maè beyond words.

A visitation will be on Thursday, August 8, 2013 from 5:00PM to 7:00 PM at Cook- Walden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home located at 9700 Anderson Mill Road Austin, Texas 78750. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 AM Friday, August 9, 2013 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church located at 10205 N. FM 620 Austin, Texas 78726.


  • Visitation

    jeudi, 8 août , 2013

  • Funeral Mass

    vendredi, 9 août , 2013


Maggie Maé Scaff


Joseph Brown

19 août , 2014

It's been a year now since Maggie passed, and I miss her. The crazy conversations and hanging out. Maggie I hope you found peace on the other side. You are gone but not forgotten.

Daren Carpenter

9 septembre , 2013

Only this afternoon did I learn of Maggie's passing. I have said my prayers for her family and for her and I will continue to do so for some time, for a long time. I only ever briefly met her husband and I do not know her children but I can say with 100% certainty that she loved them with all her heart. Maggie didn't do anything without complete commitment. When I think of her, I picture her smile and remember that she was always quick to laugh. She had this wonderful and perfect balance between toughness and tenderness. Her children are blessed to have her genes because in her genes is an essence that is truly, truly special. So special in fact that I can't think of another person I have met in my time on this planet that I can compare her to. God blessed all of us who had the privilege of having her in our lives.

Jim Duckworth

12 août , 2013

I've known Maggie since she was 11 years old. She was always in a good spirit. She was funny, caring and always could make me a smile. I wished I could have spent more time with her. May God bless her family, she was a very special person and will be missed dearly.

Dottie Duschatko-Wentworth

12 août , 2013

Dear Brian, Foster and Connally,
I am profoundly sorry for the loss of your Maggie Mae. May you be comforted today and find the peace that surpasses all understanding. I have fond memories of Maggie and have the sure knowledge that she is in God's loving arms, free of pain and suffering now. Take good care of yourselves. God is with you at every moment.
With much love,
Dottie Duschatko-Wentworth (Thornhill)

Kenneth Kubala

11 août , 2013

Brian: Just want to wish you my best during your loss of Maggie. Your trust in God will keep you strong during these times and my prayers are with your family. Sorry I was unable to make it down to Austin for the funeral.

My love to you all. Cousin Kenneth

Sue Bostic

11 août , 2013

I met Maggie Mae almost 15 years ago at a baby play class. We were both new parents and had know idea what we had gotten into! With a lot of laughs (and tears) we stayed friends through moves across the country (and back again) and illness. Maggie always made my family feel like we were welcome and loved - a part of her family. We will miss her smile, her unapoligizing honesty and fire! I pray that the sweetest memories of Maggie remain in the hearts of all her friends and family. Brian, Foster and Connally my prayers are for your peace and comfort

Adrian Benfield

10 août , 2013

I first met Maggie when I first started working at River Place Country Club three years ago. She was always so sweet and caring to me as if I was one of her own kids. You will be missed Maggie! Rest in Peace.

Jeff Montgomery

10 août , 2013

Truly loved Maggie as a dear friend of our family. I remember taking her with us on special occasions like vacations and baseball trips. She truly was a "spitfire" full of zeal and a true friend. Bea...I think she took after you on that one. Alex and Alicia were also very big influences in her life. I wish I would have gotten to hang out with her more in Austin, but I was able to teach one of the girls she nannied for, Jessica, who loved her dearly.
To her family, our prayers are with you from the Monty house.
I do believe there is a special place in heaven for Maggie, we'll see you there. Much love!

Terri Montgomery Vinson

10 août , 2013

I met Maggie when she moved to Brownwood. She lived a fee houses down and e became best friends almost immediately. She basically lived at our house and a second daughter to my parents and a sister to me and my brothers Bobby and Jeff. I loved her very much and I am so very sorry wee lost touch as we entered adulthood. I'm so sorry I never met her children and husband bc I can't imagine her being anything less than a wonderful mother and wife. My deepest condolences go to Bea, Alex, Alicia and to her husband and children.

Jeff Spearman

9 août , 2013

When Maggie entered the room, you knew it. She always was smiling and had an energy that would lift the mood in the room. Her family meant alot to me during my school years.
I know she will be missed.