Breesea Sage Scott
October 2, 1989 – August 5, 2020
Our beautiful girl, Breesea Sage Scott, has suddenly and tragically passed away August 7th, 2020 at the age of 30, in her hometown of Ventura, CA. She will forever be a part of us in our hearts and memories and will always be remembered for her generous and courageous soul and free spirit.
Born October 2nd, 1989 in Ventura, CA. Breesea spent the majority of her life in her hometown of Ventura. Breesea attended Juanamaria Elementary and Balboa Middle School. She graduated from Ventura High School just like her three older sisters. In her youth she was constantly on the go, with a desire to move from one activity to the next and to just keep going. With a natural grace she competed in basketball, soccer, cheerleading and dance, dreaming to become a choreographer when she grew up. She had a natural gift and ease when it came to dance and could often be seen teaching and choreographing seamlessly for her friends and sisters. A believer in everything magical and having fun as her priority, fairy wings were often a part of her attire.
She spent some time living in Dana Point and Huntington Beach, CA as she grew older, but always made her way back to her hometown of Ventura. She regularly practiced some form of meditation and spirituality and found peace and calm in her practice. She wanted to be a healer and help others heal themselves.
She loved the water and the beach and always lived and spent time near it. Breesea loved nature and being outdoors and was drawn to the water which brought her so much peace and comfort. Her dream was to live on the beach and spend her days meditating and doing yoga, stretching and dance, with the intention of healing herself and others.
What mattered most to Breesea was when she was connecting with her friends and family; she had a soft spot for kids. Holidays and gatherings were her favorite. Breesea was loyal and kind, hilarious and spirited and brought so much joy and so many memories to so many friends. She loved her family and friends fiercely and we loved her back just as fiercely.
She was a tiny little spitfire of a woman and lived her life HER way. All you could do was jump on the rollercoaster of her life and hold on. Always wondering where you were going to end up. She refused to live by societies standards or rules. Usually didn’t care what you thought. She was her own person and walked her own path. Dressed with a personal style that was all hers and often times inappropriate for the occasion. Spoke loudly, always. Told stories with enthusiasm and great excitement. Burst into loud laughter frequently. Also at inappropriate times. Always with a backward turn of her head and look in her eye not quite wondering why we were concerned or even cared what anyone else thought. Daring us to tell her to be quiet.
She was a contradiction in so many ways. A lover of Disneyland, where she spent every birthday, dressed in cartoon character clothing, and also obsessed with horror movies, vampires and all things gory. A health fanatic who always ordered the most expensive thing on the menu and our life of the party, wild child too. Obsessed with clothes and makeup. A huge animal lover and forever kitty cat obsessed. She wore her kitty cat ears on her head almost everywhere she went. Often with her cat in her arms. A lover of all music and a genius in so many things. She never missed a thing. Her zest for life was admirable and contagious.
Music became her saving grace. Always a huge fan of music and dance, in the later years, music was her sanctuary and she felt most safe when she had her earbuds and favorite music close by. So many memories we all have of her revolve around certain songs and good times.
Our self proclaimed “Queen of Hearts,” had a will like no other and was a force to be reckoned with. Her unstoppable strength and convictions moved her through this world with a persistence and attitude that will be remembered for not only her outspokenness but her continuous courage in the face of so many obstacles. A courage that was witnessed time and time again and a spirit that never gave up. The most seemingly unrealistic expectations and ideals were never too far out of reach for her. She just kept trying to move forward.
Our Seastar, with the most beautiful mesmerizing blue eyes, was an exquisite soul inside and out. A generous being, who even in the hardest of times was able to draw people to her like a moth to a flame. Strangers that would come into her life for a mere moment to help her. Some that stayed far longer and continued to help her when they could.
Her beautiful spirit is with us everyday in our memories, the constant reminders, her music, our stories, the mark she left on all of our lives, forever and ever.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Rita and William Taylor and Gerald Scott. As well as her cousin Erica Taylor.
She is survived by her parents, Mark Scott and Kathryn Scott. Her siblings, Krystal (Scott) Lane and Anthony Lane, Reanna Justice and Kim Justice, and Brandilyn Wycoff and Isaac Wycoff. Michelle Adams and family, and Sean Ryan and family. Her niece and nephews, Clover Justice and Anthony Lane Jr. and Nicholas Lane. Her grandmother, Dorothy Scott. Many aunts and uncles and numerous cousins as well. And a million friends that will miss her forever.
A celebration of Breeseas life will be held October 3rd, 2020 from 4-8 pm on the Lanai deck at Crowne Plaza Hotel on the Ventura Promenade. Family and friends welcome. More details to follow.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Breeseas name to a foundation of your choosing in support of mental health, drug addiction or children at risk.
Celebration of Life Service
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Breesea Sage Scott
August 23, 2020
Breesea came to visit us on Maui and was such a joy to spend time with at the ocean. I was pregnant at the time and she was very caring and thoughtful about the baby and once said to me “he’s magic”. The way she said it was so kind and intense all at once and I am constantly reminded of it and how full of life she was. She will be missed dearly by her friends here on Maui. Moe I ka maluhia Breesea.
August 21, 2020
All who knew Breesea knew her deep love for Alice in Wonderland.
August 21, 2020
August 21, 2020
August 21, 2020
There are so many memories. This obituary explained her to a T. I will miss her and will never forget her witty and hilarious self. I’m posting pictures from a music festival we attended, I don’t think Breesea stopped dancing the entire time. She was always dancing like no one was watching and always danced to the beat of her own drum❤️ Another picture I’m posting is from a fair concert we went too. It was a country concert and Breesea wasn’t very fond of country but I dragged her there anyways. Breesea and I always loved going out to eat together. She’d call me and say let’s go get food bi*ch, she knew I was always down. I actually had a dream last week and it was our friend group all hanging out on Pittsfield lane again like the old days. We all kept hugging her and were so happy to be with her. I think that was her way of letting us all know she’s at peace and happy and is still with us. I’m praying for her family and hope the wonderful memories comfort you in hard times. You are loved and so missed Breesea.