Mary Lee Scott was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 30th 1946. She entered heaven’s gates on August 15th 2020.
Born to Richard and Dorothy Fuller and sister to Clark Fuller she spent her first part of her life in Utah. Attending the University of Utah for both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Home Economics graduating with honors. She quickly began work as a high school teacher. She often told fond stories of specific classes and the wisdom she was able to impart on her students.
She became the loving mother to Tyler and Nicholas Scott in 1974 & 1978 and shortly thereafter moved to Issaquah, WA for many years. Always commenting that being a mom as the “most important thing she ever did with her life”. And she was a remarkable mother! She was a fierce supporter of everything her children did. She most likely holds the record for time spent driving to and attending every soccer, baseball, basketball and football game there was.
She welcomed everyone into her home and will always be remembered as an amazing host and chef. Holidays were so very important to her as this was a chance for everyone to be together. Always welcoming family & friends to create wonderful memories.
Later in life she would become an extremely successful sales representative for multiple educational publishing companies. Winning sales person of the year numerous times and setting many records along the way. During these years she enjoyed multiple activities that included her long standing bridge group, traveling throughout the world to Europe and Mexico, trips to her favorite casinos, spoiling her many pets, spending time with her close friends and always wanting to spend time with her family and sons.
Retiring in both Arizona and California she spent her final years enjoying her activities and family.
She will be missed greatly by her children, brother, cousins and countless friends.
There will be a service of remembrance on August 20th at Fry Memorial Chapel in Tracy, CA. In lieu of flowers the family would ask that a donation be made in her name to the American Cancer Society or ASPCA
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