In Memory Of


Lillian Willo Scott

Mar 27, 1924 - May 27, 2021


  Due to COVID, a service will be held later. Bye for now Grandma, we love you forever!


If desired, memorial donations may be made in Lillian’s name to the Clearwater Center in Rocky Mountain House.


Scott, Lillian Willo


It is with great heartfelt sadness that we say goodbye to a loving Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, and all-around awesome lady. Lillian Willo Scott passed away peacefully at the Clearwater Center in Rocky Mountain House on May 27th, 2021.

She leaves to mourn her passing, her two sons, Rueben (Darline) Scott of Lumby, BC and Floyd Scott (Nina Harder) of Leedale, AB, her two daughters, Cindy (Munro) Muir of Vanderhoof, BC, Karen Harriott of Caroline, AB, 15 Grandchildren, 28 Great Grandchildren, 3 Great Great Grandchildren, and sister Audrey Rahko of Fort St. James, BC.

Lillian was predeceased by her parents, her husband Vern, her daughter and son in law Edna & Don Buck, her son in law Jerald Harriott, her daughter in law Carol Scott, and 9 brothers and sisters.

Lillian (aka Grandma Scott) was born March 27th, 1924, in Big Valley, AB and was one of eleven children. On January 17th, 1942, Lillian married her husband, Vern Scott. Lillian was a lady of many talents. She drove logging truck, heavy equipment, school bus, and cooked in camps. Lillian and Vern farmed in the Frisco area near Rocky Mountain House until 1970 when they retired to Enderby, BC. Grandma Scott enjoyed hunting, camping, fishing, and playing cards. She was one of the best cooks around and loved canning fruit and making her wine. Many summers were spent pulling chuckwagon flag at the Calgary Stampede. She was well-known for doctoring anyone that needed it. Family campouts were a common event and Grandma never hesitated to show off her “egg trick” when asked. She and Vern enjoyed many winters in Arizona and Grandma especially loved bartering with the Mexican vendors in Algodones Mexico. You never knew what she would bring home. Vern and Lillian moved back to Caroline in 1986. Spending time with friends and family was a favorite past time. She was one person that could play cards and cook dinner at the same time. Everyone was welcome in their home and Grandma made sure no one ever left hungry. In October 2018 Grandma moved into Clearwater Center where she resided until her passing. She loved having company and playing bingo. She always bought a ton of fun and had a story or joke to tell. Grandma Scott was loved by all that knew her. Her mischievous smile and loving personality will truly be missed.

Due to COVID, a service will be held later. Bye for now Grandma, we love you forever!

If desired, memorial donations may be made in Lillian’s name to the Clearwater Center in Rocky Mountain House.

Cremation was entrusted to the Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements, 403 845 2626

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