Patricia Ann Scott

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Patricia Ann Scott, of Waco, passed away Monday November 6, 2023.

Visitation:  5-7PM, Monday, November 13, 2023, at Lake Shore Funeral Home

Funeral Service: 10AM, Tuesday, November 14, 2023, at Lake Shore Funeral Home with Joey Crenshaw officiating. Burial will follow at Waco Memorial Park

Patricia was born January 22, 1950, in Waco, to Royce and Freida Peters. She worked at Roy Beatty Cleaners for many years then worked as a referral specialist at Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. She took great pride in her work.

Patricia married the love of her life, Danny Lee Scott, Sr. on February 3, 1969. Together they had two children, Vivian Diane and Danny Lee Scott, Jr.

She enjoyed spending time with her husband, especially when they were members of the Texas Tumble Weeds. She also enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. Pat loved to get dressed up and attend fancy parties. She also enjoyed crocheting and making greeting cards.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Danny Lee Scott, Sr.; sister, Ida Mae Niekamp; brothers, Johnny Peters, Charles “Cotton” Peters, Fritz Peters, William “Billy” Peters, and Joe Peters; and son in law, Jerry Whatley.

She is survived by her daughter, Vivian Whatley of Whitney; son, Danny Scott Jr. and wife Tammy of Woodway; grandchildren, Kimberly Fisher and wife Nicole of Whitney, Jordan Alders and Wife Sara of Woodway, Garrett Alders and Wife Kelli of Lorena, Jennifer Downes and husband Colby of Hewitt, and Kameran Scott of Woodway; great-grandchildren, Shiayne, Jaidyn, Kaidyn, and Walker; and many nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers: Jordan Alders, Garrett Alders, Kameran Scott, Jim Slawson, Dough Peters, and Nicole Fisher.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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  1. Stanley and Judy Peters

    We are very sorry to hear of Pat ‘s death. She was a sweet cousin and lady. She miss Scotty so much and will be in heaven with him.

  2. Sharon Routzahn (sister in-law)

    I’m sorry I can’t be with you guys, but you know my heart is with you. Early on Pat and I talked forever even when my brother was alive and instead of taking with my brother pat and I would talk for hours and when we went to hang and say goodbye. I said I guess I better say hi to my brother we laughed and my brother said, I was wondering if you were gonna say hi to me. Thats the way it went for years! I will miss those talks, but will remember them foever!

  3. Gary Scott (brother in law ) no that was one of my sisters. she got me through a very hard time in my life when I lost my son. she called every day to check on me. The time I spent in Texas with you all, will never be forgotten. and for that I call you Sister. you will be sadly missed and always loved

  4. Pat and I were close as children. She was four years older and I followed her everywhere! Sometimes too much and she would tell me off! We were close as young adults with children and spent many summers at Lake Waco camping with the kids. Fun times. As time goes, life takes over but I remember her and Scotty and the kids fondly. I know how much she missed Scotty, he was the love of her life. Finally now together and at peace.💕 I will keep you, Vivian and Danny and families in my prayers.

  5. So sorry to read when Pat passed away, I worked with
    at Dr Allison office. She was such a sweet lady. Prayers go out to her family.

  6. Terri (Glenn) Kilgo

    So sorry to hear of Pat passing. I didn’t know until today, when I went to the estate sale.
    She was always a wonderful, sweet lady.
    Prayers to Vivian & Danny and the whole family.
    She will be missed.

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