Aaron Joe Scott
January 31, 1951 – March 13, 2020
Aaron Joe Scott was born January 31, 1951, in Morris, Oklahoma, to parents Nathaniel Moore and Nellie Scott Peete. He passed from this life on March 13, 2020, in Oklahoma City.
After high school, Aaron enlisted in the Army and served for eight years. Upon his return, he earned his certifications as a plumber and HVAC technician. He utilized those skills for over 28 years at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center.
Aaron was a stern, but kind man who enjoyed fishing, golf, basketball, football, and most other sports.
Aaron was preceded in death by his parents; two sons, Diallo Scott and Donald Scott; and three brothers: James Franklin, Ronald Scott, and Donald Scott.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Sharon (Lenzy) Scott; Sons: A.J. Scott (Kansas), Baron J Scott(Georgia), Robert Scott (Georgia); daughters, LaShonda Scott and Ericka White; step-daughters: Dawnetta Douglas (California), Janel Givens (Delaware), and Chantel Rose (California); two brothers, Wilbur Peete(Kansas) and Jay Peete (California); three sisters: Cynthia Peete (Kansas), Sandra Peete McDonald and husband Dawayne McDonald.(Oklahoma), Cecelia Peete (Kansas), and Sylvia Peete (Texas); and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
Aaron is much loved and will be greatly missed.
- Viewing Saturday, March 21, 2020
Aaron Joe Scott
Cynthia M. Peete AKA Sister.
March 20, 2020
Well as we know to me as a child of The King Jesus, My Oldest Brother Aaron Joe Scott. Has earned his wings. Yes i will miss my loving brother talking on the phone, always remembering to say we love one another and reminding eacher otherof our other silblings Birthdays. and had to here one another voice. I Thank Our Heavenly Father Which Art In Heaven. For the times of my 60 years having him in my life i could say a lot more just to let the world know a brother in need was a brother indeed love you Joe he will always be in my Heart never will be forgotten as well as my other loving Brothers James, Ronald and Donald. Love you all Sista. I Thank You Lord For Giving Our Brothers To Us For A Little While.