Agnes (Aggie) Grace (Anderson) Scott
"It is with great sadness that the family of Agnes (Aggie) Grace (Anderson) Scott announces her passing at Hospice Fredericton on Saturday, August 17, 2019. Agnes was born in Kingsclear NB on November 22, 1939 to the late Millen and Huldah (Gray) Anderson.
Agnes spent 38
years working for the Department of National Defence, first in
Fredericton and later at Base Gagetown. She was a highly respected and
well liked civilian and in 1992 was awarded the Canada 125 Medal which
was was presented to honour Canadians who have made a significant
contribution to their fellow citizens, to their community or to
She was one of
the founding members of the Fredericton Women’s Dart League
for several years and made many lifelong friends there, as a member of
the New Maryland Team. She was also a member of the New
Maryland Lions Club for several years. In her spare time,
she enjoyed sewing, quilting and knitting and was very skilled at all.
Her children and her grandchildren were the lights of her life and she
so enjoyed sharing photos of her two newest family additions, Diana
and Jack, in the last months of her life. Aggie was a friend to
everyone she met and we know that more people than we can ever imagine
will feel her loss.
Agnes will be
greatly missed by her daughters, Pamela Scott (Steve Silvea) of Burtts
Corner and Deborah Scott of Charters Settlement; her grandchildren,
Julie Charters and Coco of Douglas, Jesse (Amy MacMullin) of Edmonton
AB, Kyle Green (Kristen Ryan) of Edmonton AB, Jordan Green of
Dartmouth NS and Isaac Scott of Charters Settlement;
great-grandchildren Diana Green and Jack Charters; her brother Marven
Anderson (Amber Shaw) Noonan, her sisters Ruth Anderson (Henry
Babineau) Charters Settlement, Helene Boyko, Oromocto, Judith
Anderson, New Maryland, and Cheryl Jones (Reginald) Charters
Settlement, her sister-in-law, Marilyn Day; and several nieces and
In addition to
her parents, Aggie was predeceased by her husband, Sherman Scott, her
son, Gregory, and her sister Helen Jones.
At her request, there will be no visitation or funeral. At her wishes, we are proud to say that her remains were donated to medical research and have been accepted by Dalhousie Medical Centre.
There will be a celebration of her life to be announced at a later date. For those who wish, donations in her memory to the Canadian Cancer Society, the Hospice Fredericton or the charity of the donor’s choice would be appreciated. Online condolences may be made at www.bishopsfuneralhome.com".