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Wenonah Scott

Wenonah Scott

Monday, November 8th, 1948 - Tuesday, January 5th, 2021
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My name is Wenonah C. Scott. I was the third child born to wonderful parents, John and Helen Miller on November 8, 1948, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our family were proud members of Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church and at an early age I started my walk with Christ. I had lots of activities and hobbies which included serving in the Youth Choir, ushering on the Usher Board and being a Majorette at Chrispus Attucks High School.

Though Indiana was my home, I pursued new opportunities in Los Angeles, California. I was employed as a Mail Carrier for the United States Postal Service; Supervisor for the Herald Examiner; and Surgical Technician at Tarzana Medical Center. Los Angeles was also where I met and fell in love with my husband, Frankie L Scott. I always had a passion for helping people and I knew going back to school to obtain my Associates degree in Accounting would open new doors for me to do just that. Upon graduation in 1979, I started my career as an Accountant and Income Tax Preparer for H&R Block. I then continued at Williams Tax Services until I fulfilled my own dream and opened Wenonah’s Income Tax Services.

While in Los Angeles, I joined New Pleasant Hills Missionary Baptist Church. I faithfully served on the Finance Committee, Take Care of Business Committee and Pastors Aid. And, after 24 wonderful years Las Vegas, Nevada became my home. Business grew and I added several services I knew would assist my clients better. I became a Nevada Realtor, Nevada Notary Public and added Bookkeeper to my professional titles. In being a minority, woman owned business, it afforded me the opportunity to serve my community by provided employment to many who also became my sons/daughters in love. It also afforded me the pleasures of traveling, spending time with my family and friends and yes, Bingo. Continuing my walk and service to Christ, I joined One Body In Christ Christian Church where I served as a member of the Trustees Board and the Finance Committee.

Anyone who met me knew I was a strong and determined woman of God with a giving soul. My motto: “If you have a need, I will do all I can to help.” Some would say I was the rock of my family but to be honest, my family was my rock, my leaning post, and my resting place.

Cherishing my memories and embracing my legacy are my daughters Rochelle Marie Bufford (Kevin) of Snellville, Georgia; Crystalynn Rankin of Las Vegas, Nevada; my sister Marilynn Baker of Apple Valley, Minnesota; bonus children: Frankie Lee (Dyiimela), Frank, Levell, Kimberly, Natashia, Raynard, Danny, Roderick, Melva, Cheryl, Dion; Goddaughters Patricia Lee Butler (James) and Lattice Yvonne; my grandchildren: Marvin Jr., Devin, Maya, Taylor, Somalia as well as a host of nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

I lived a full life and am now joined together again with my husband, Frankie Lee Scott, my parents John R. Miller Sr. and Helen Miller as well as Kenneth Scott, Jaqueline Scott, Michael Reece, and Cherrie Scott.

Until We Meet Again,

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, January 17th, 2021 | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Sunday, January 17th, 2021 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Heritage Mortuary Inc.
    3610 North Rancho Drive
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89130
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  • Service

    Monday, January 18th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Monday, January 18th, 2021 1:00pm
    One Body in Christ
    5367 Jay Street
    LAS VEGAS, NV 89130
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  • Interment

    Riverside National Cemetery
    Address Not Available
    March Air Force Base, California 92518
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Maurice Anderson

Posted at 08:46pm
Thank you for all those days hanging out at the house and you treated me as if I was one of your own. All those NPH functions, nurses aid times with my mom, and knowing all of your family was just a pleasure. Rest well mom til we all see each other again.

Quinnetton Evans

Posted at 05:40pm
Rochelle, my prayers and condolences are with you and your family during y’all time of need. I’ll always be there for you if you need anything. Love you.

Sherrita Brown

Posted at 04:22pm
Im so sad at this time. wenonah and the girls have always been family to me. Wenonah was the only woman i could trust with my baby coins cause i knew she would keep me out of trouble with that darn IRS. My God how im going to miss seeing you, since i was a tiny girl. I LOVE YOU, Ladies i LOVE YOU and im truly sad and sorry!

Ernest and Crystal Smith

Posted at 12:22pm
Sister Scott blessed our lives in many ways. She brought a ray of sunshine with her always. Sister Scott is with the Lord now. We take solace knowing she will keep the finances in order. To her family, you have our love to surround you in your life and know we are there for you always. Deacon Smith and Sister Crystal Smith

Auntie and family

Posted at 11:38pm
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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