Ms. Susan Scott

March 16, 1950 ~ May 13, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old

Ms. Susan Scott Obituary

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Ms. Susan Scott, 73, of Cave Spring, died Saturday morning in a Rome hospital.

The former Susan Lovelace Holland, she was born in Richmond, Virginia March 16, 1950, a daughter of the late Thomas Hunter Holland, Sr. and the late Annetta Belle Lovelace Holland and was a graduate of the Averett College in Danville, having earned a bachelors degree there. Ms. Scott had made her home in Rome and Cave Spring since 1987, and prior to her retirement, she was a supply chain analyst at the Murata Manufacturing Company in Rockmart. After her retirement, she was also associated with the Jackson-Hewitt Income Tax Company.

Having been raised in the Methodist Church, Ms. Scott was confirmed and christened in Trinity United Methodist Church in Danville, Virginia, and since moving to Rome and Cave Spring, had attended the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church at Coosa and the Anna Kresge Memorial United Methodist Church in Cedartown where she had also served as the treasurer. An avid Braves fan, Ms. Scott was also a fan of classic rock and roll music.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Howard Thomas Scott June 19, 1988, and by a brother, Thomas Hunter Holland, Jr. in 1999.

Ms. Scott is survived by two sons, Jason Long and his wife Brandy of Lindale, and Adam Scott of Braswell, Ga.; and by five grandchildren, Ashley Long, Brooklyn Long, Piper Scott, Serenity Scott and Kyler Scott. Two sisters, Jo Anne Holland of Cave Spring, and Mrs. Martha Holland Richardson of Danville, Virginia and one brother, Paul Holland of Cave Spring also survive.

Memorial services for Ms. Scott were held Saturday afternoon, May 20, 2023, at 2:00 P.M. at John House's Cave Spring Chapel with Rev. Ricky Studdard officiating.  The family received friends at the funeral home Saturday from 1:00 P.M. until the funeral hour.

In lieu of flowers, memorials be made to either the American Diabetes Association at or to the Alzheimer’s Association at .

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