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Visitation information
Calvary Moravian Church
600 Holly Avenue Northwest Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
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Service information
Calvary Moravian Church
600 Holly Avenue Northwest Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
2 p.m.
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Interment information
Salem Moravian Graveyard
Cemetery Street, Winston-Salem, NC
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Charles Eugene Scott, Jr.
Aug 04, 1917 - Sep 01, 2012
Residence
Mr. Charles E. Scott, Jr., 95, died Saturday, September 1, 2012 at his home. Funeral Services will be held at Calvary Moravian Church at 2:00 pm Tuesday, September 4, with burial in the Moravian Graveyard. The family will receive friends in the church parlor from 1-2 p.m.

Mr. Scott was born August 4, 1917 to Charles E. Scott and Fannie Weavil Scott in Winston-Salem, NC. A life long member of Calvary Moravian Church, he was a faithful and dedicated servant of his Lord as long as his health permitted. Surviving are his wife of 77 years, Geneva Smith Scott of the home; sons, Farrell W. Scott and wife Mary Ann of Wilmington, NC, and Donald G. Scott of Carolina Beach, NC; his grandchildren include Mitchell S. Scott and wife Leila of Richmond, VA; Eric A. Scott and wife Ronalda of Wilmington, NC; Jeffrey W. Scott and wife Allison of Wilmington, NC, and Jennifer Lynn Charley and husband Cameron of Toppenish, WA. Also, he was blessed with 10 great-grandchildren.

Mr. Scott, starting in his early teens, enjoyed a 41 year career with R. J. Reynolds starting in the machine shop and retiring as a manager in the tobacco processing engineering department.

Masonry was an important part of his adult life. He was a member of Salem Lodge #289, A.F. & A.M. and a past master of the lodge. He held numerous service and leadership roles in the Scottish Rite bodies capped with being appointed The 33rd Degree in 1977. Mr. Scott, working through the Scottish Rite bodies, was involved in the establishment, on going operation, and support of the Communication Disorders Clinic at Appalachian State University. Recently the clinic was named in his and his wife, Geneva’s honor.

Woodworking was a hobby of Mr. Scott, and his and family homes have numerous pieces of high quality furniture he built.

Close friends were numerous for Mr. Scott, and he regularly maintained those friendships. Friends of the neighborhood, church, lodge, and the “McDonald’s Breakfast Club” added to his enjoyment of life. Next door neighbors, Pat and Clyde George, were especially important and provided much help and support as he progressed in age.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Calvary Moravian Church, 600 Holly Avenue, Winston-Salem, NC 27101. Online condolences may be made at www.salemfh.com
 
 
 
 
Condolences
George Troxler
Charlie Scott's legacy will last forever with members of the Masonic community. Salem Lodge # 289 will miss him an no higher tribute can be made other than our Masonic good-bye... Friendship is refreshment and sweetness as we pass this way. It is much to feel that, wherever we are, we have friends, and that their friends are ours as well. Our Brother's friends are lonely in this hour, but the friendship we felt for him extends to them. We, too, loved him. We, too, feel the pain of parting. Our sympathy, our love, are theirs as they were his. Our entire fraternity surrounds his loved ones with the assurance of its affection. We offer the support of our sympathy, the comfort of our faith, the inspiration of our hope, that they, with us, may look beyond this hour through the opening portals of the infinite. So then, let us be unceasingly grateful for every God-given virtue which the life of our Brother expressed, and let us be comforted and sustained by the assurance that life goes on unbroken and uncorrupted and that God alone is the life and light of men.
 
 
John Letchworth
Brother Scott was more than just another mason , he was a true Friend and Brother in many ways , Our Bible says in the New Testament , to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord and Paul in is Letter to Timothy Brings us "new" meaning today "I have finished my course , I have fought a good fight , I have kept the Faith",.We all will miss you very much but I do plan to see you again in Heaven John Letchworth of Kernersville Lodge #669 DDGL-26 Masonic District
 
 
Ann Lewis Coogler
Dear Geneva, Donnie, and Ferrell, I have great funny memories of Charlie. I remember being taken over to your house as a child in my pj's so that mama and daddy could play cards until the wee hours--then drop us into our beds at home. Those were also the days of the pet monkey that Geneva hated so! Charlie was the past master of the practical joke. We are all blessed for having known him. Psalm 27 has been a comfort to me as a widow. With love and care, Ann Lewis Coogler
 
 
Dee Brown
I will always see Charlie sitting on the bench outside Calvary Moravian Church ... ready to share a smile, warm handshake and tell a story. He will be so missed! Much love to his special family ... how he delighted in talking about all of you.
 
 
Joseph Adegboyega
I knew and interacted with WB. Charlie. He was known to be a good man and an active FreeMason. I respected him like many of my fellow AF & AM brothers. I pray for his Good Soul to rest in peace. We will all miss WB Charlie.
 
 
Britney Woods
I am so sorry to hear about Charles. I never met him but Ronalda and Eric always had great things to say about him. Your family is my prayers.
 
 
A. Ray Long
Farrell, please pass on our condolences to your mother and the family. He had a long and fruitful life. We must be out of town tomorrow and am sorry we won't be able to come to the funeral. We will be thinking of you and our prayers go with you. Ray & Jan Long
 
 
Jaaren Phillips
To the Scott Family, Of all things we experience in life, nothing really affects us as much as the loss of someone we love. Words are not appropriate to express how we feel. However, I found that in times like these the Bible can say more than anything else. The words at John 3:16 take a new meaning in times of distress, bringing comfort to all who read them. Bringing even more comfort are the words of Acts 24:15. May these two verses bring you comfort in this trying time.
 
 
Mario Moses
Dear Mrs Scott and Family, Please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of Mr. Scott. I remember conversations with Grandad during your time in Pennsylvania the days surrounding Mitch and Leigh's wedding. You both displayed a charisma, passion, and caring that left a positive and lasting memory. I recall the same uplifting experience when seeing you again at Nicholas's first birthday. Your family is fortunate to have and have had such a positive influence in thier lives. Fondly and with Sympathy, Mario and Kathy Moses and Family
 
 
Timothy C. Pennell, MD
Our deepest sympathy. WE always remember Mr Scott's kindness to his neigbhor and Jacque's father. Mr Clay
 
 
Michael Brooks
Charlie Scott made my wife and I part of the Winston-Salem community when we moved there in 1997. Through him we found a church and many dear friends. He was a great man who gave unselfishly to all around him. I look forward to seeing him again.
 
 
 
 
 
 

         

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