September 26, 1940 – February 16, 2021
Jane Ann Whitworth Scott, age 80 of Tuscaloosa, died February 16, 2021.
Graveside services will be 12 noon Monday February 22nd at Bethel United Methodist Cemetery in Morgan County With Minister Kerry Richardson presiding. She was a loving daughter , mother, and grandmother and Deeply loved by her many friends and family.
She was preceded in death by her parents James Otis Whitworth and Ila J Whitworth. She is survived by her two sons: Donald S Scott MD ( Lesley) , and Steven O Scott (Ramelita); 3 Grandchildren: Donald Whitworth Scott (Amie), Courtney Scott McDaniel (Mac), and Shelby Scott Neale ( Blake) ; and one step granddaughter Hunter Browning.
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Sunset Brown - Service Funeral Home, a Dignity Memorial Provider, in charge of arrangements.
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February 22, 2021
My wife Ramelita and I are heartbroken by the sudden loss of Jane, my mother, and even more upset that Covid-19 travel restrictions have prevented our return from the Philippines where we now live.
But we cherish the time we spent together and I reflect back on the memory of a kind, patient, and humble person who was a wonderful mother. She was devoted to her family above all things and she was easy to forgive. Grandmother Ila made us behave (which apparently kept us from being criminals) while Grandfather Odis taught me to work hard (which proved very useful), but my mother (Jane) taught me compassion. Every night I remember my mother and I will miss her always. God Bless and keep her.
Our Deepest Love,
Steven & Ramelita Scott
February 20, 2021
Dear Donny and Steve,
Your Mother was a favorite cousin to me. I have nothing but wonderful memories of when we were kids. She was older than me so was like the big sister I never had. We always had fun times building a play house in the woods at Grandpa's house and making furniture out of straw and pine needles, which your Mother knew how to do, and playing in the cotton seed, which I well knew how to do.
Your memories are of course different and I know you loved her very much as she loved you. Always remember, when someone leaves behind wonderful memories for us, they have become a treasure. That is your Mother today.
I wish you and your children all God's Blessings and Wisdom in the days ahead.
With much love to you and your families,
Linda Whitworth Ellis- 1st cousin to Jane Scott, your Mother, and 5th oldest grandchild to Thomas and Lela Whitworth, your great grandparents.