Marilyn Diane Scott

Jan 11, 1947 - Jun 5, 2019

Obituary

Marilyn Diane Scott (Rowe) was born January 11, 1947 in Hamilton City, CA. She passed away peacefully June 5, 2019 at her home in Rocklin, CA. She is survived by her husband of 50 years Michael and 2 Sons Matthew (Jennifer) and Mitchell (Courtney). She was MeMah to Jacob, JT, Mackenzie, Madison, Amy, Mark, Marcus and Catelyn. Preceded in death by her parents George and Marion and older sister Audrey. Also survived by 2 older Brothers Jim and Jerry and 2 older Sisters Vivian and Marjorie. She also has many cherished nieces and nephews.
Marilyn was raised in Hamilton City and moved to Sacramento after graduation from Hamilton High School. She met Michael, a US Marine, in 1968 and they were married in 1969. She raised 2 sons and managed a household while working. She worked for the Campbell Soup Company for many years as a Quality Control Inspector and Managed the Company Store. She then went to work for the State of California Employment Development Department and retired from State of California PERS in 2004.
Marilyn loved her family and had many great friendships. When her sons were playing Little League Baseball she was one of the first female Little League Baseball Coaches for Parkway Little League. She was also a soccer coach for the “The Dukes” of the South Florin Soccer Club. When her sons started attending Valley High School, she became active with the Athletics Booster Club was elected Club President and organized many fund-raising activities that supported all high school sports.
Marilyn loved to RV camp in their 5th Wheel trailer and later in their Diesel Pusher Motor Coach. She loved visiting both the National and States Parks. She also loved visiting the California, Oregon, and Washington Coastlines and has visited more than 20 of the US States. She also loved to fish, and her dream came true when she caught a Salmon in Alaska.
Marilyn also loved to Cruise, and her favorite Cruise line was Princess. She was an Elite Member of the Princess Captains Club which meant she cruised a lot! She was able to visit over 20 different countries and had many interesting stories about her visits and loved to put them into Photo Albums and create Smash Books. Through her love of traveling she became a part-time travel agent and planned exciting vacation experiences for family and friends.
Marilyn had many different interests besides traveling she loved to make greeting cards and create picture scrapbooks with her “Scrapping and stamping buddies”. She loved the game of Bunco and had many friends in her Bunco Group. She also loved coloring, sewing, crocheting, sending cards out for special occasions and just getting together with her friends.
Marilyn’s favorite time of the year was the Christmas season. Just after Halloween she started decorating the inside of the house and at one time had seven decorated trees in varying sizes in almost every room of the house. The outside of the house was decorated with over 10,000 mini lights and four big M&M’s lawn art. People drove through the neighborhood and admired the house decorations and their home was once featured on Channel 3.
Marilyn was very proud of her family and enjoyed her grandchildren. She would arrange family vacations to Disneyland (her favorite place), Hawaii, and Florida to attend Disney World and take a family Disney Cruise. She loved watching her Grandchildren play youth sports; many hours were spent at Little League, Soccer, and Youth and High School Football games.
Marilyn will be truly missed by all who know and love her. Her memorial services will be held at 10 AM on July 6th, 2019 at the East Lawn Mortuary 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento, CA. Donations can be made in her name to the American Cancer Society and the US Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program where Marilyn was a 25-year contributor.

Guestbook

  • Willie Beard says:

    Sending my condolences with Godly Agape love… Never met her formerly but played Highschool Football with Mitchel Scott for 4 years in a row. He is my brother till the day… I know he came from awesome parent’s.. . With love from Willie Beard III

  • Parrin Robinson says:

    My condolences to the family. Mrs. Marilyn was a Mother figure to many and had the tenacity that came from another world! Hey can remember her yelling to block for her son, my brother Mitch from all the way in the stands and when I heard her I knew we weren’t doing our jobs! You will be missed dearly Mrs Marilyn but loved always!!

  • FF says:

    So sorry for your loss. May your family find comfort in the hope at Rev 21:4 which says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away”.

  • Loren Pritt says:

    Extending my most heart felt simpathy to the Scott Family. Marilyn was a kindhearted, generous person. As a recipient of her kindness and generosity, I will miss her greatly. Loren Pritt

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