OBITUARY

Johnnie Curtis Scott

April 11, 1941February 11, 2021
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Johnnie C. Scott, 79, of Hockley, Texas, passed away February 11, 2021.

He was born in Perrin, Texas on April 11, 1941. Johnnie graduated from Excelsior High School.

He was married to Ellen Leah June for 56 years.

Johnnie was a truck driver for North American Van Lines, and worked for Western Electric, Stromberg Carlson, Champion Products, Nero Equipment, and various others.

He was a member of American Legion Post 459 and had a passion for model railroading.

He is survived by children, Sandra Smith and Michael Jay Scott; grandchildren, Collin Smith, Jared Smith, Autumn Smith, Sarah Wichtowski, Rachel Scott, David Scott; and siblings, Jay Braunling and Donna Scott.

A Funeral Service will be held on March 2, 2021 at Cy-Fair Christian Church located at 9730 Grant Road, Houston, TX 77070.

Services

2 March

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cy-Fair Christian Church

9730 Grant Road
Houston, TX 77070

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Sandy Smith

February 25, 2021

Dad was an Air Force veteran, in both California and New York. He finally found a way to honor his fellow veterans through the American Legion by serving as chaplain and in the honor guard.

Vicki Minier

February 25, 2021

Loved all the pictures and it showed a great history of who John was in this life. But one of my favorite memories is John loved the old hymns and in church if an old hymn was played you could hear him singing across the church. And he had a wonderful singing voice. Thanks for sharing it with us John. And now you can sing them and praise God for eternity. Job well done.
Vicki and Rick Minier

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Finally a Grandpa

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Finally a Grandpa

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Passing on the love of trains