Ruby Jane (Anderson) Scott August 20, 1939 - July 29, 2010 © Criswell Funeral Home Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Services for Ruby Jane Scott, 70, Ada, are 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Chickasaw Nation Community Building, the Revs. Jimmy Anderson and Emerson Falls officiating. Burial follows at Rosedale Cemetery. Wake service is 7 p.m. Monday at Criswell Funeral Home Chapel.
Mrs. Scott died Thursday, July 29, 2010, at an Oklahoma City hospital. She was born Aug. 20, 1939, at Connerville, to Reuben and Lora Belle Alexander Anderson.
She graduated from the Haskell Institute and attended East Central University. She retired from Solo Cup Company after 30 years, and later worked at the Chickasaw Senior Citizens Center. She was a member of Sandy Hill Baptist Church, served as secretary for the Chi-Ka-Sha Baptist Association and an original member of the Native Praise Women's Choir, singing for 11 years. Mrs. Scott was also a cook at The Dragon Chinese restaurant, Dutch Robbins Grocery and many years at Falls Creek.
She married Chester Lee Scott in May 1961. He died Nov. 11, 2003.
Survivors include two sons, Tim Scott and wife Rhonda, Ada; and Bryce Scott and wife Cindy, Moore; seven grandchildren, Dawnelle Scott, Lane Scott, Blake Scott, T.J. Scott, Caleb Scott, Rachel Scott and Andrew Scott; a sister, Elizabeth Williams, Ada; a brother, Leon Columbus, Oklahoma City; three sisters-in-law, Samarian Herndon, Shawnee; Harriette Tiger, Eufaula; and Regina Scott, Nebraska; and a special friend, Merry Monroe, Ada.
Bearers are Lloyd Parnacher, Jesse Hernandez, John Mark Scott, Johnny Scott, Juhree Greenwood and Buster Greenwood. Honorary bearers are the Native Praise Women's Choir.
Criswell Funeral Home, Ada
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