Scanio-Harper Funeral Home

3110 Airport Rd, Temple, TX


Marissa Louise Scott

August 1, 1978September 6, 2020

Funeral services for Marissa Louise Scott, 42, of Belton will be held at 1:00 PM Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church 2109 W Ave H Temple, Texas. Miss Scott died Sunday in a Temple Hospital. Miss Scott was born August 1, 1978 in Dallas to Jerry Scott and Marca Mullican Scott. She graduated from high school at Carrollton Christian Academy and she attended Collin County Community College. She moved to Belton, from Austin, ten years ago. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church. Survivors include her parents Jerry Scott and Marca Mullican Scott of Belton; one brother Justin Scott of Belton; one sister Emily Scott Banks and her husband Ron of Ft. Worth; two nieces Kaitlyn Scott Gregory and her husband Ben of Atlanta and Jadyn Scott of Temple and one nephew Tucker Banks of Ft. Worth. Memorial gifts may be given to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor where a scholarship to the Physical Therapy Program is being established in honor of Marissa. To make a memorial online, go to http://go.umhb.edu/giving , select “Make a gift” and at the end of the giving process, designate ‘In Memory of’ Marissa Scott. The Scott Family and Friends deeply appreciate your support of this scholarship. Visitation will be from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Thursday at Scanio-Harper Funeral Home.


  • Jerry and Marca Mullican Scott, Parents
  • Justin Scott, Brother
  • Emily Scott Banks and husband Ron, Sister
  • Kaitlyn Scott Gregory and husband Ben, Niece
  • Jadyn Scott, Niece
  • Tucker Banks, Nephew

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  • Family Visitation

    Thursday, September 10, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, September 11, 2020

  • Burial

    Friday, September 11, 2020


Marissa Louise Scott

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Lynda Dean

September 10, 2020

Loved ones may leave us, but their love stays with us forever.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Lynda and Michael Dean

Derek DiPinto

September 10, 2020

One of my favorite memories in grade school was when me and my friends would do silly things to make her laugh, like bumping into walls and such. I will never forget the deep breath she would take and smiling and mostly inaudible laughing in her chair as her assistant wheeled her from class to class and to lunch. It gave me great joy to be able to bring joy to her when it seemed like not so many people paid her much attention. I haven’t thought about you in a long time Marissa, but I know you are enjoying your new body And are in heaven rejoicing now


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