Shirley Ann Scott

May 14, 1964 ‒ February 29, 2020

Howard, Ohio

Shirley Ann Scott, age 55, of Howard, Ohio passed away on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at her residence.  She was born on May 14, 1964 in Idaho to the late Warren and Shirley (Hallwood) Scott.

She was raised in Oregon and loved being on the coast.  She loved fishing, nature walks, gardening and flowers.

She is survived by her partner of over 30 years, Rick Fessler; a daughter, Heather (Michael) Smith; a sister, Patty Ranes-Bumgart.

Along with her parents, Shirley is preceded in death by her sister, Jennie Scott; and a niece, Lisa Helberg; a brother in law, David Ranes.

A celebration of life serve will take place at a later date.

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Shirley Ann Scott.

 

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  • Rick, our love, thoughts & prayers are with you and family. If you need anything at all, please let us know! Love you!

  • Rick, I am so sorry to hear this… please know you are in my thoughts and prayers..❤

  • I am so Sorry Rick . If there is anything I can do Bud let me know . I was stunned when I read this . But 1 thing is for sure . You take the boy out of Howard . But you never take Howard out of the boy . God Bless You My Friend

  • So sorry for heartache you are going thru. However we both know she is in better place and you have our prayers and condolences.

  • To Rick and family. We are never defined by our greatest achievements … because most times they are never known ..But sometimes our greatest acheivement is how we are remembered. I will always remember Shirley as one who would be there for someone when times were dark and a family needed an old friend from the past to show up outta nowhere (Howard is wonderful place) and be there when there became a vacancy. She is with the Lord now … Not a bad place to be. I look forward to seeing her again when the Lord arranges the reunion in the future. She was a good gal.