Mrs. Camilla Dye Scott, beloved daughter of the late George and Dosey Pullman Dye, was born in Iredell County on March 23, 1925. She departed this life peacefully at her home surrounded by family on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

She was a graduate of Unity High School and was a lifelong member of St. Joseph Baptist Church, where she served on the Usher Board, Senior Choir, as a Missionary and on the Culinary Ministry. She was also involved in community activities including the Garden Club, and the 55 and Alive Club at Bentley Center. She also attended the ElderCenter until her health declined.

She was united in marriage to Dewitt School, who preceded her in death. Three sons, Johnny Scott, Beverly Scott and Franklin Dewitt Scott, also preceded her in death.

She leaves to remember and cherish the blessing of her life her son, Dennis Scott of the home; her friend and special caregiver, Davikie Jackson; a special daughter, Mary Walker of Troutman; a sister-in-law, Mary Morrison of Baltimore, Md.; a host of nieces and nephews, including Betty Jean Millsaps, Denise Walker McCoy and Bonita Sigmon; special friends, including Ruth Lackey and Frances Wilkins; cousins; the St. Joseph Baptist Church Family; The 55 and Alive Club; other relatives, neighbors and friends.

In tears we saw you sinking,
And watched you fade away
Our hearts were almost broken,
Because we wanted you to stay
But when we saw you sleeping
So peacefully and free from pain
How could we wish you back with us
To suffer that again.
It breaks our hearts to lose you
But you did not go along
For part of us went with you
The day God called you home.

Celebration of Life Services were conducted Sunday, January 26, 2020, at St. Joseph Baptist Church in Statesville. Reverend Thomas Dye officiated and Reverend Darrick Clemons, Pastor, delivered the eulogy with burial to follow in the church cemetery.

Visit the Book of Memories for Mrs. Scott at

Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home is serving the family of Mrs. Camilla Dye Scott.

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