of Batesville, AR
March 13, 1922 - April 18, 2022
Elsie Irene (Severs) Scott, 100, of Batesville passed away April 18, 2022.She was born March 13, 1922 in Bellmore, Arkansas to James Martin Severs and Mable Ione (Gayle) Severs.Elsie enjoyed crochet and knitting. She was an avid reader and loved to garden. She loved her family, grandchildren, and her church family.Survivors include two sons, Vernon Scott (Joyce) and Daniel Scott (Bonnie) of Batesville, Arkansas; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Marlin D. Scott; one son, Jerry Scott; one sister; and seven brothers.Pallbearers are Jeffrey Scott, Mark Scott, Austin Scott, Grant Harrison, Mike Severs, and Jimmy Mitchell. Honorary Pallbearers are Roger Bufford, Charles Severs, and the Men of the Pleasant Valley Church.Funeral Service will be Thursday April 21, 2022 at Pleasant Valley Missionary Baptist Church at 2:00 PM with Scott Jones and Josh Yowell officiating. Burial will follow at Friendship Cemetery in Drasco.Visitation will be one hour before service.
Mrs. Scott's food in the lunchroom almost tasted better becomes of her smile and personal touch. Praying for your family!
Jerry your Mom and Dad were such a vital part of Mtn. View school. They loved the kids and were always smiling and so kind.You will be together in Heaven.They were such a blessing to all.
Mrs. Scott was a very sweet and kind lady. She always had a smile and a kind word for everyone she met. I feel blessed to have known her. Jerry & Vickie Akins
Elsie Irene Severs Scott is my Grand Aunt. Aunt Elsie was a wonderful Christian Lady, who will be much missed by everyone that knew her. She spent about thirty years as cook/head cook/food director at Mountain View School in Stone County, Arkansas. Aunt Elsie was beloved by the children and adults, who attended and worked at the school. We liked the days that she would cook her mouth watering hot rolls and I received some of those delicious birthday cakes that she made during my youngsterhood. I can't say enough good things about Aunt Elsie.ELSIE IRENE SEVERS SCOTT R.I.P.
Mrs. Scott was such a kind and gracious lady. I’m proud to have known her an Mr. Scott for such a long time. She was such a good cook at our Mountain View Schools and all the food was cooked from scratch, no microwave lunches would have been tolerated. Danny and Vernon, I know you will miss your mother terribly but she will be waiting for you in Heaven. Wanda (Sanders) Vannatter
She always made eating in the cafeteria a good experience. We got good food, kind words, and her pretty smile. Prayers for the family.
I want to say that she was a very nice and sweet person. She decorated some cakes for people I knew. I am praying for the family.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Mr. and Mrs. Scott were very special people. Both of them were the kindness people I ever met. I remember them from school. Cook and janitor. I went to church with them at white water. She was my Sunday school teacher. When I grew up and had children she baked the prettiest birthday cakes for them. I will see you again someday over own heavens bright shore❤️
Sorry for the loss of your loved one.
One of the kindest most loving ladies I’ve ever known. I feel blessed to have known her