Martin Funeral Home

128 North Resler Drive, El Paso, TX


Bonnie N. Scott

May 14, 1943September 7, 2019

Bonnie N. Scott passed away on September 7, 2019. She was born on May 14, 1943 in Panama City, Republic of Panama. She is preceded in death by her parents Dimas & Carmen Vega and her husband David J. Scott. She graduated from the first graduating class of Irvin High School in 1961. She was a graduate of Hotel Dieu School of Nursing in 1964. Upon graduation she was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corp., US Army. She separated from the Army as a Captain and continued her career as an RN specializing in Maternal Child Nursing and Lactation Specialist. She is survived by her sisters Carmen Vega from Marietta Georgia and Amelia Busalacchi (John) and her brother Dimas J. Vega (Becky) from El Paso. In lieu of flowers contribute to your favorite animal rescue.


  • Carmen Vega, Sister
  • Amelia Busalacchi (John), Sister
  • Dimas J. Vega (Becky), Brother

  • Your favorite Animal Rescue


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Bonnie N. Scott

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carmen vega

September 18, 2019

Beloved Sister Bonnie and Best Friend,

You have been my rock and sounding board during our adult lives. We have laughed and cried many times reminiscing about our shared life memories. I can't imagine going through the rest of my life not being able to just call you and hear your voice for a daily chat. I miss you dearly but find peace in knowing that Our Father has called you home and that now you are in joyful peace and are healed.

I'm grateful to God that we were able to visit and chat the last couple of months. When I left we both knew that we loved one another unconditionally, had no regrets in this life and were at complete peace with our shared sisterhood. Until we meet again I shall always love, miss and think of you.

Your sister in Christ,
Tinnie (Carmen Vega)

Amelia Busalacchi

September 10, 2019

My beloved sister, I will miss you every single day for the rest of my life. You being the oldest was such a big influence and inspiration in my life. I'll miss you dearly and may God reach out his hand to welcome you home.,

Becky McBain-Vega

September 10, 2019

Bonnie’s beloved pets have all been cremated throughout the years. Rudy, Perlita, Beau, Elise and Abby will all be buried with Bonnie. Rest In Peace Bonnie, you deserve it now! We’ll miss you and we love you! Go with God! Dimas and Becky