Kimberly Scott

Obituary of Kimberly Legena Scott

“The Lord shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace” Exodus 14:14

Kimberly Scott was born in South Carolina on December 12th, 1977. Her parents Eugene Scott and Gwendolyn Scott preceded her in Death. She accepted Christ into her life at an early age and attended church with her family. Her father was a part of the military so their last duty station that they made home was here in San Diego, CA. Kimberly and her brother Lisco Randall, grew up together and share so many loving memories. Kimberly loved her children, 5 children, and protected them as any mother would. She loved being a grandmother and uplifting everyone with positivity and pushing them to be the best version of themselves. She loved meeting new people and was always proud to share how well off her children and grandchildren were. Some of her favorite things to do were to get all dressed up or cook a meal for the family. She loves watching movies, playfighting, and hearing stories from her grandchildren. She had a passion for dancing and just being free.

On September 11, 2022, she departed her life at 2:01 AM at Scripps Mercy hospital in Hillcrest California.

Kimberly leaves behind to cherish the memories with her children Marquita Scott, Makayla Scott, Lisco Scott, Gwendolyn Scott, and Darrell Scott that now goes by Sunny. She also leaves behind her two most loved grandchildren Shayla Scott and Marcel Conseen, her brother Lisco Randall and nephew Tomas Randall. Kimberly will be deeply missed by the family and many friends who loved her.

I feel your presence and I always know you’re with me, there are no more physical limitations so I can speak your name out loud. You will sincerely be missed Mommy.

“Out of my distress I called on the Lord; The Lord answered me and set me free. “Psalms 118:AMP

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