Vandalia Leader

Follow Us On:

Kathy Diane Scott

Posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 12:08 pm

Kathy Diane Scott, age 59, of Farber, passed away at 4:55 a.m. on Tuesday, October 21 at the family home in Farber.
Visitation was heldĀ  on October 23 at 5-8 p.m at Waters Funeral Chapel in Vandalia. Funeral services were held on Friday, October 24 at 11 a.m. at Water Funeral Chapel. Pastor Glenn Forman officiated.
Internment took place in Farber Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dwayne Hull, Justin Flowers, Kent Young, Larry Stuckmeyer, Marcus Coose, and James Day, Jr.
Kathy Diane Scott was born on June 19, 1955 in Mexico, Mo., the daughter of L.G. and Mary Kathryn (Banks) Haynie. On December 6, 1986, she married Kendall Craig Scott in Farber.
She was a life-long Farber resident and graduated from Van-Far High School with the Class of 1973.
Kathy was a member of the Farber Christian Church. Through the years, Kathy worked as a bank loan officer for Community Federal Savings and Loan in Mexico and then the Audrain Title Company and Preferred land Title Company.
She and husband Ken enjoyed traveling to warm and sunny places, relaxing near the pool and spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Survivors include her husband Ken, of Farber; four children Jennifer and husband Kent Young, of Farber; Jessica Scott, of Kansas City; Andrew and wife Tiffany Gaw, of Farber; Annie Scott, of Farber; two brothers Gary and wife Margaret Haynie, of Farber; L.G. Jr. and wife Kim Haynie, of Farber; eight grandchildren, Brooke Young, Katelyn Chrisman, Cole Chrisman, Jace Gaw, Ava Young, Bryleigh Gaw, Zayne Haley, and Morgan Haley; seven brothers and sisters-in-law, Edwin and (Rosa) Sippley, of Bowling Green; Judy Hanne, of St. Charles; Tom and (Ola) Riley, of Santa Fe; (Wayne) and Pat Scott, of Farmersville, Texas; Gary and (Gavaughna) Patton, of Bowling Green; (William) and Karen Scott, of Jefferson City; (Jim) and Sharon Scott of Bowling Green; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Memorials are encouraged to the SSM Hospice in Mexico.