Vennice Scott was born on September 25, 1947 to the late Catherine Marie Ross and Charles Edward Ross. She departed this life on August 2, 2013 after a lengthy illness.
She was educated in the Baltimore City Schools. She worked at the Up To Date Laundry for many years.
She married the love of her life, the late Vernell Scott on December 25, 1965. He was her officer and a gentleman. He was a member of the United States Navy. She loved her husband and his motorcycle. She was always ready to ride. She was blowing in the wind fabulous.
She accepted her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at Good Sheppard Baptist Church. She loved the Lord, she was very blessed and highly favored. She was a giver, with a big heart.
She was known to all that loved her as “Nicey”. She always entered any venue and announced herself as “The Queen”. She was called “Yanny” by her grandchildren and all of their friends in the neighborhood.
She loved her family and she showed it in varies ways, she was the life of the party. She would put a smile on a sad face and was the ray of sunshine to brighten a day.
She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, niece, cousin and most of all she was your best friend. She was your girl! She was willing to lend a helping hand to anybody that was in need. If you called on her she was there. She would help you get yours because God had blessed her to have hers. She would say “I got mine you got yours to get” and showed you how to get it. She could show you better than she could tell you. She loved going to the beach, serving and planning family functions, but when it was time to go she was gone with or without you. Her exact words were “is ya going or is ya gonna be left”. Well it looks like we got left. The Queen is wearing her crown. She will be deeply missed by all.
She leaves to treasure her loving memory: three daughters, Vernice, Nate and Erica; four grandsons, Vernell, Vernard, Vonchez and Devin; two granddaughters, Destinee and Diamonique; three great granddaughters, Ka’niyah, Taylor and Kori; two great grandsons, Devonte and Kaeden; one son-in-law, Wayne; two sisters, Eleanor and Maxine; three sisters-in-law, Elouise, Jeanette and Sheila; two brothers-in-law, Isaiah and Earl; one uncle, Sam; and a host of cousins and friends.