Jessie Lee Scott

Photo of Jessie Lee ScottIn Loving Memory of Jessie Lee Scott. Jessie was born February 5, 1965, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Blanche Marie Scott and Jessie James Scott. He was blessed many talents.Jessie attended McLain High School where graduated in 1983 and then went on to purse an Associates Degree in Nursing at Platt College.

As a young boy, Jessie attended Mount Rose Baptist Church, were he was baptize. He was very active doing the Lords work. One of his blessings was singing for the Lord. He later joined Beautiful Gate Church of God and Christ where he became the director of the choir. Cosmetology was another one of his talents. At an early age he became a Master Hair Stylist which was a permanent part of his life. Jessie had a passion for helping people. He also worked for Kindred Hospital for 8 year as a Nurse Tech until his passing. Family was most important to Jessie, he love planning and hosting family gatherings along with interior decorating. Proceeding him in death were his father, Jessie James Scott; his sisters Janice Marie Scott and Patricia Ann Scott; and brother, Shawn Terrell Scott, (3) uncle’s Roosevelt Scott, Horace Scott and Phelix Scott and (1) aunt Ederest Hill. Jessie leaves to cherish: his (2) children Gabriel and Tia Scott-Lord; Life Time Partner, Michael Lord; His mother Blanche Marie Scott, (7) siblings, Beverly Jackson, Alisha Scott, Linda and Todd Hawkins, Clarence Scott, Christopher Scott, Lashawna Scott and Stepbrother Gabriel Scott all of Tulsa, OK. (2) Aunts Claytee Johnson of Oakland, CA and Hazel Borders of Kansas City, Missouri and one uncle Leon and Sharon Scott of Oklahoma City, OK  And a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

Kennedy-Midtown Funeral & Cremation, 8 N. Trenton Ave., Tulsa, OK 74120, 918.599.7799, kennedycares.com

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  1. Katwana Suggs says:

    Uncle Jessie, I will miss you dearly. You were the back bone of our family and will never be forgotten. Although your not here in the flesh but we know your here in spirit. We will continue display everthing you have instilled in us. I know that you are in a better place and watching over us. Love you Uncle Jessie. “Gone but not Forgotton”

    your niece,

    Katwana Suggs

    • Latosha Scott says:

      Uncle Jessie, you were the best uncle anyone could have! Even though, it feels we are apart you will always have a place in our hearts. We will miss you dearly. However, we are thankful for the forty six years he gave you to us. Meanwhile, your legacy will live on through your family and the many lives you touched. Thanks so much for the memories and all things you instilled in us. For always, forever, for love. Love you so much Uncle Jessie! “Gone but not forgotten”

      your niece,
      Latosha Scott

      2Timothy V6-7:
      For I am already on the point of being sacrificed; the time of my departure has come. I have fought the good fight. I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.

  2. Nancy Jones says:

    I am sad because I never met Jessie, even though we have talked on the telephone for about five years. Our discussions were always about my nephew, Gabe, and his children. Jessie treated Gabe like a little brother, always providing guidance, which I deeply appreciated. I am truly going to miss him. He was my only contact with my great-nephew and great-niece, little Gabe and Tia. I know that you are in a better place, Jessie, but I cannot help thinking about the grief of Michael, Gabe and Tia. Watch over them and comfort their aching hearts. Godspeed!

  3. Jawana Scott says:

    Uncle Jessie,

    Its still hard to believe that your not here. I know that you’re in a better place and able to rest. It seems like just yesterday we were going to sunday school. I know one day we will reunite and it will be as if we never parted. Until that day, know that you will never be forgotten and shall forever be truly loved and missed you! “Gone but not forgotten”

    Your Lovely Niece,
    Jawana

  4. Arif Abdulah says:

    My dear cousin, its sad for us all not to see you here with us in person, but we know you will always be with us in spirit, and in our minds and hearts. You were one of my most favorite cousins. My mother just loved and thought the world of you, and thank you for loving her back. Your home going was marvelous and brought our family to church where we all needed to be to see and also met each other, you layed down your life in order to give life to our family, to go forward and do the greatness you achieved in life, we all love you. Thanks cuz. Arif

  5. Miss LaToya says:

    You were the rock that kept us all together now that you are gone things will never be the same. You have inspired me to do my best in whatever it is that I have chosen to do. I sincerely thank you for that. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you and how you pushed me to be successful. I am looking for that extra push from you & you are not there to give it to me. Uncle Jessie, you will be greatly missed. ‘Til we meet again.

    your niece
    LaToya

  6. Rose Hurd says:

    I will miss one of the most warm and welcome people that I have met in Tulsa. God bless you and your family. You will not be forgotten.

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