March 19, 1933 – March 5, 2020
Age 86, of St. Paul, passed away on Thursday, March 5th, 2020.
Long term employee of Guertin’s Drug Store & Pearson’s Candy Factory. Member of Maplewood Moose Lodge 963.
Preceded in death by husband, Robert “Bob”; granddaughter, Andrea Lewis; and sister, Yvonne Vickers.
Survived by sons, Rodney (Cindy), Richard (Marion), Russell (Lynne), Randall (Sandy), Ronald (Peggy) & Robert (Annette); many grandchildren & great grandchildren; and sister, Lorraine Barnes.
Funeral services will be held at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, March 11th at Wulff Funeral Home (1485 White Bear Ave., St. Paul MN). Visitation from 4-6:30 pm at the funeral home. Burial at a later date at Forest Lawn Cemetery.
- Visitation Wednesday, March 11, 2020
- Memorial Service Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Raymond (Ray) Johnson
March 12, 2020
My heart goes out to all of you guys and your families. The memories of being together at Grandma and Grandpa's on Half Moon Lake , at your mom and dad's house in St Paul, and at my Grandma and Grandpa Vickers house here in Omaha are very fun and fond memories that I will always have. Every time I see a salted nut roll, I remember your mom having a box of seconds for us kids to get a treat from. It's a silly memory but it opens the door to my other memories of Aunt Leota, Uncle Bob, and you boys and all the fun trouble and shenanigans that happened when we were all together.
March 7, 2020
My condolences to the entire Scott family at Lee's passing, all the kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. I remember many good times with Lee. I remember going out to the Gasthaus by Stillwater with her and Bob and the rest of the family, the meals at the house on Nevada for holidays, the visit with her sister Lorraine from Duluth last year in St. Paul. I recall hearing about her and the "boys" going fishing in a houseboat on the Canadian border too. Lee was a real spitfire of a woman, and I mean that as a compliment! I suspect with all those boys she had to be. I remember one year at a family dinner there was an argument going on, trying to determine whose position on an issue was "right." Rueben and Andrea were especially animated about it all. Someone turned to Lee and said "Gramma Lee, what do you think?" She didn't miss a beat and said "I think they should both shut up!' That was Gramma Lee, no-nonsense and to the point! I'm glad I got to know her a bit over the past two decades. May your memories of her bring you comfort in the days to come.