Vivian Lois (Cox) Scott
Bangor and South Princeton - Vivian, such a wonderful gift of life, passed with peace and grace at the age of 92 on October 11, 2019, surrounded by her loving family. Vivian, the wife of the late Ernest S. Scott, was born on July 7, 1927, the daughter of William and Ethel Cox. Together they raised three girls in Grand Falls (Kellyland), Maine. Born in Baileyville (Woodland), Maine, she was a loving and devoted wife, mother, and Nanny, and was the center of her family's world. She was an avid gardener and could be found in her gardens at the crack of dawn each summer day. She loved nature, spending many hours tramping through the woods with her daughters and grandchildren. Kellyland was always a place that Viv and her family could call home. Her family will cherish those memories of Kellyland and will continue to carry on the tradition of homecoming. Singing and dancing were two of her favorite past times. She was a great cook and never needed to follow a recipe. She attended local schools and graduated from Woodland High School. She loved sports, playing volleyball into her eighties. She worked for several years at Treworgy Pharmacy, and for the hot lunch program at Woodland schools. She also worked at the greenhouse in Kellyland, and was a cook for Atlas Construction in Grand Falls. She was a member of Eastern Star, and a communicant of the People's United Methodist Church in Woodland.
She was predeceased by her husband, her mother and father and three brothers, Leigh, Bud, and Jack, all of Baileyville. She is survived by her daughters, Barbara Wheaton of Hampden, Maine; Phyllis Wheaton and husband Jonathan of Alexander, Maine; Vicki Martin and husband Lou of Bangor, Maine. Grandchildren Wendy Wing, Leigh Busque, Robin Gagner, Jill Moffitt, Patricia Clark, Timothy Clark, and Karen McArthur; eighteen great- grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service in her honor will be held on Saturday, November 2, at 11 am at the People's United Methodist Church in Baileyville, Maine. Interment for Vivian and her husband "Bungy" (Ernest) will be held at the South Princeton cemetery following the service.
For those wishing to make memorial contributions in her memory, please consider spending time with someone in need of companionship.
Published on October 16, 2019

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mccormack
Nov 08, 2019
I love you nany
Durward Scott
Nov 03, 2019
Loved hearing Viv. sing at our house meetings. I only knew her for a short time but loved singing with her. and playing guitar for her.
Faith Roberts and daughters Kathi and Karen
Nov 01, 2019
I am grateful to have known Vivian and Scottie. Memories of Franklin
reunions, visits to their home and meeting their wonderful family are in my thoughts and albums. God be with you all during this difficult time.
Faith
Joel Porter
Oct 18, 2019
I worked with Don McLellan and built Bungy & Vivian's house in the 70s. She was always nice to me. Condolences to the family.
Ernest & Barbara Hansen
Oct 17, 2019
Vivian was a great lady and will be sadly missed. Heartfelt sympathy, thoughts & prayers to the family.
Dave and Kathy Irving
Oct 17, 2019
Sending our thoughts and prayers!
Carmen Small
Oct 17, 2019
So sorry to hear of Vivian passing. She was a beautiful lady inside and out, always with a smile. My sympathy and condolences to all of her family and friends.
Vicki
Oct 17, 2019
How I will miss you. We will love each other from afar and one day be together again.
Sharon & Bob Norman
Oct 17, 2019
What a blessing Viv was to all of us💗. God bless her family and friends.
Rhonda Oakes
Oct 17, 2019
Viv was such and big part of my Christian Journey. She will be missed. May the memories you have made help you through these dark days and the knowledge that you'll be reunited give you strength
Cyndy and Maurice Brown
Oct 17, 2019
Vivian’s loving personality has always been enjoyed by everyonewho knew her. She made us all feel special with her welcoming ways. Your beautiful family is a testament to her legacy.