Fannie Scott obit 1973
MRS. FANNIE L. SCOTT Mrs. Fannie L. Scott, 94, of 2901 Wood, Kansas City, Kansas, died Tuesday at the Brothers of Mercy Home, 2211 Charlotte. She was born in Shreveport, had lived •here 60 years. Mrs. Scott was a member of the Centennial Methodist Methodist Church. She leaves two sisters, sisters, Mrs. Trevia Müler, Los Angeles, Angeles, and Mrs. Sadie Johnson, Hot Springs, Ark.; two grandehüdren, three great-grandchildren and four g r e a t-greatgrandchildren. Services wiU be at 11 a.m. Saturday Saturday at the Watkins Brush Creek chapel; burial in Lincoln Cemetery. Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 pm. Friday at the chapel.