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Stonelick Township Cemetery

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Visitation

Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Wednesday November 20th, 2019
10:00am - 12:00pm

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Order of Eastern Star Service

Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Wednesday November 20th, 2019
11:30am

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Service

Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Wednesday November 20th, 2019
12:00pm

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Edith Mae Scott

E. Mae Scott passed away in the early hours of November 15th at her home in Cincinnati, Ohio at the age of 71. She was born on September 22, 1948. She is proceeded in death by her father, Andrew Haddix, her mother Elsie Haddix, her two brothers the late Donnie and Roger Haddix, her step-daughter Marishia Scott, her nephew Jeramie Taylor, her first great-grand daughter Jadelyn Danbury-Ammouri. She is survived by her husband Carl E. Scott (Cincinnati, OH), her son Christopher T. Danbury (Williamsburg, OH), her step-sons Dallas Scott and Carl Scott Jr. (Leesburg, FL), her sisters Sheryl Taylor (Felicity, OH) and Carlene Day (Williamsburg, OH), many cousins, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and great-grandchildren. She was loved by many and will be remembered by all. Family will receive friends Wednesday 11/20/19 from 10AM until time of service 12 Noon at Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 4312 Amelia-Olive Branch Road (513-732-1400). O.E.S. service 11:30 at the church. She was a 25 year member of Amelia O.E.S. Please no flowers; memorials may be directed to American Cancer Society in the name of Mae Scott.

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So sorry for your loss. I knew Mae had not been well but I just learned today that she passed away last month. My thoughts & prayers are with her family. Marilyn Pollard - FL

Marilyn Pollard Dec 22 2019 12:48 PM

So sorry for your loss.

Michal Tennison Nov 19 2019 8:46 AM

Mae was the most loving, caring person there was. She would see to it that you had whatever you needed; if she had it, you would TOO. She'll be missed.

Martha Spegal Nov 17 2019 10:39 AM