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Virginia Cora (Boot) Scott

May 18, 1924 ~ October 13, 2019 (age 95)

Obituary

Virginia Cora Scott (nee Boot)

Born May 18, 1924, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Virginia joined eternal life on Sunday, October 13th, 2019. 

Virginia took residence through her years in both Michigan, and Wisconsin. 

Virginia sang with her sisters on Christian radio, loved arts, crafts, sewing, knitting, and crocheted a lot.  Virginia baked and cooked a plethora of wonderful foods for her family. She loved sporty cars and was open to try anything, including shooting guns with her son Larry, and hiking in the Canadian mountains with daughter Chris.  She had several four-legged furry friends over the years that she loved very much, and she also took pride in being a naturalist.  When you told Virginia that you loved her, she would always reply back “I LOVE YOU MORE!”.

Virginia worked at Ford Motor Company in Michigan, Heckman’s Cookie Co., and a nursing home in Wisconsin. She loved music, and played piano and harmonica, which she learned from her father.

Virginia loved collecting jewelry. She had close friends later in life, including Margaret Harris, and Margaret’s daughter-in law Susan, Virginia’s cleaning lady.

Virginia lived out her years at a senior’s complex, often playing cards and bingo with her girlfriends.

Virginia was preceded in death by her parents Martin & Johanna Boot, loving sisters Caroline Koopman, Joanne Wiser, Esther Mae Kellar, and loving baby brother Buddy Boot.

Virginia had 5 loving children: Virginia and her first (late) husband Avery Flynn had Linda (Lee) Zayac of Gainesboro, TN.  Virginia and her second (late) husband Lawrence (Budge) Van Dyke had Lawrence (Ellen) Van Dyke of Greenville, MI & Mark (Jean) Van Dyke of Thiensville, WI.  Virginia and her third husband Gene Scott, had Christine (Mike) Koper of Calgary, Canada & David (Lynette) Scott of Brookfield, WI.

Virginia’s loving grandchildren: John (Shirley Ann) Baker, Stacy (Mike) Niedzwiecki, Rick Baker, Russ (Donna) Baker, Kelli Baker, Sean Zayac, Monique Van Dyke, Laura (John) Hayden, Kevin (Misty) Mckivitz, Scott (Doreen) Van Dyke, Jackie Van Dyke, Lauren Koper, & Andy Mix.

Virginia’s sweet great-grand children: John (Jennifer) Baker V, Pam (Greg) Vaughn, Sara Niedzwiecki, Jessica Niedzwiecki, Russ Jr. Baker, Alana Zayac, Sadie Zayac, Konnor Zayac, Edgeryn Van Dyke Henderson, JJ Hayden, Brady Mckivitz, Bailey Mckivitz, Brandon Mckivitz, Brittney Mckivitz, Krystal (Nathan) Eynon, & Grace Van Dyke

Virginia also had many, many caring great-great-grand children, nieces, nephews, and other extended family.

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