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Marlene Scott

Marlene Scott

Tuesday, April 23rd, 1935 - Thursday, April 22nd, 2021
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Obituary

Marlene Marjorie Scott (nee Alguire).Passed away April 22, 2021 at Langstaff Square Care Community in Richmond Hill at the age of 85. Marlene was the beloved wife of Terrence Scott for 63 years. She was the mother of three sons and grandmother to six grandchildren: Cameron and Jane (Hannah-Brie, Liam, Jackson, the late Owen MacKinnley), Kevin, Christopher and Sandra (Corey and Kristin).

Marlene was predeceased by her twin sister Marilyn in 2019 and has a brother John Alguire in London, ON.
Marlene left her hometown of London, ON to train as a RN at the Mack School of nursing in St. Catharines where she met and fell in love with Terry who worked for the CIBC. After their marriage they were transferred to various branches of the bank around the Province where they made many friends at each posting. Marlene enjoyed playing bridge for many years in Richmond Hill. When able she enjoyed camping in their trailer, visiting friends family and doing beautiful craft works.

Due to the current COVID 19 restrictions there will be a private service at Marshall Funeral Home followed by an interment at Elgin Mills Cemetery. At a future date the family will host a celebration of life in memory of Marlene.
If desired, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or your favourite charity in memory of Marlene would be appreciated. Please leave an on line condolence for the family if you wish.
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    Location
    Elgin Mills Cemetery
    Address
    1591 Elgin Mills Road East
    RICHMOND HILL, ON
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Due to COVID. The family wishes to have a private funeral. A public celebration of life will be at a later time.

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Donations are being accepted for: HEART AND STROKE FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO.

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Norma Crowther

Posted at 12:18pm
We are so sorry to learn of Marlene’s passing. We enjoyed living across the street from Marlene and Terry and their sons in Richmond Hill for 30 years.
They both welcomed us to the neighborhood and were wonderful and supportive throughout our years there.
Marlene was always positive, cheerful, friendly and interested in the lives of others. You couldn’t ask for a better neighbor.
Even when our son Scott fired a golf ball through their bedroom window, she managed to see the humour in the situation. Scott in turn learned a valuable lesson in honesty and responsibility.
Our sincere condolences to Terry and all your family. You have so many wonderful memories to treasure. Our thoughts are with you.
Bob and Norma Crowther
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Fred & Shirley Theberge

Posted at 10:50am
Terry and family,
Shirley and I would like to offer our most sincere condolences to you and yours in your loss. We didn't get to meet Marlene very often but we do remember her being a gentle and sweet person. She will be remembered with great fondness. Take care in these trying times.
Love and best wishes
Shirley and Fred Theberge (Ottawa}
 

Sus Anne Posted at 09:08pm

Dear Terry, Cameron, Kevin, Chris and family My Dad Al, Damian, myself and the kids are truly saddened to hear of the passing of dear Marlene. We will all miss her very much. Know that we are thinking of you and offer our sincerest condolences to you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Marlene was a wonderful presence, so dearly loved, always so fun to spend time with as I was growing up. I have so many fond memories of her; Christmases all spent together, visiting your various homes, enjoying meals Marlene made with love, playing cards times at the cottage and spending lots of good times together.. Marlene always showed such love for family and hospitality to relatives. I'm sure she is watching over you from heaven, and always know how much she loved you.
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