ROSEANN G. (STODDARD) SCOTTRoseann G. (Stoddard) Scott, 66, of Paulden, Ariz.
Roseann G. (Stoddard) Scott, 66, of Paulden, Ariz., passed through the veil to be with her family and her Heavenly Father on the other side, on Nov. 20, 2013 at Good Samaritan Society Marley House in Prescott, after a long terminal illness of Pulmonary Fibrosis.
She was born, Feb. 18, 1947 in Duluth, to Thomas and Harriet (Miller) Stoddard.
Roseann graduated from Albrook High School and was raised in Alborn, Minn. Roseann, her husband, Ben, and family moved to Prescott in 1976 after her husband retired from the United States Air Force. She and Ben relocated to Paulden, Ariz., in 1993. Roseann worked at West Yavapai Guidance Clinic in Prescott as a CNA for a number of years and then retired.
Roseann is survived by her husband, H. Ben Scott; her children, Robert (Betty) Scott, Rex Scott, Ronald (Heather) Scott, Pauline (Fabian) Leyba and Pamala Scott; also, a very dear friend of the family, Kathy Francis. She leaves behind, 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She has four sisters, Bonnie Williams of St. Paul, Pat Ruzich of Iowa, Kitty Klasson of Alborn, Minn., Anna Carroll of Lake Nabagamon, Wis.; and her brother, Jeff Stoddard of Alborn, Minn.
We wish to thank the Good Samaritan Hospice Staff and Team for all their help and comfort.
A Memorial for family and friends will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Good Samaritan Prescott Hospice Marley House, 1063 Ruth St., Prescott, AZ 86301. Arrangements have been made with Hampton Funeral Home.
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