Malcolm Scott

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It is with great sadness the family of the Late Malcolm Scott announce his passing on May 3, 2020 at the Health Sciences Centre, at the age of 66 years. Malcolm was born in Little Burnt Bay on February 26, 1954 the eldest of eight children to the Late Hardy and Elvina Scott. He resided in Little Burnt Bay all his life, Malcolm was just 17 when he married the love of his life Judy Bennett, and raised their three beautiful Children, later extending the family with 9 precious grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. He spent many years working in the fish plant in Lewisporte and worked in the woods. Some of his favorite hobbies included hunting, fishing and playing darts. Leaving to cherish his memory his wife Judy of 47 years; Children, Cory (Jenn), Debbie (Eric) Bursey and Donna (Gary); grandchildren: Rocky (Sam), Jonathan (Danielle), Dylan, Jordon, Chantal (Brandon), Shakira, Hayley, and Skylar; great-grandchildren: Aaron, Kristen, Hayden and Kristina; brothers: Gerald (Netta), Elmo, Randy (Boo), and sister Glennis (Bern); many nieces and nephews other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents he was predeceased by his brother Roger, sisters, Melinda and Maxine, and his granddaughter Christine Scott. As well many nieces and nephews and a large circle of other relatives and friends. A private family visitation will take place from Families Funeral Home in Lewisporte. Interment will take place at the Community Cemetery in Little Burnt Bay on Wednesday.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Malcolm
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Families Funeral Home
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