Susan Elizabeth Scott, a beloved daughter, sister, aunt, and friend, departed from this world on November 23, 2023. She was born on September 13, 1986, in San Jose, California, to her loving parents Clyde Scott and Dana Scott.
Susan's journey through life was marked by her dedication to work. She flourished professionally, leaving a lasting impact on the companies she served. Throughout her career, she contributed her skills and expertise to esteemed organizations such as Circuit City, Blockbuster, Michaels, Toys-R-Us, Babies-R-Us, and Noodles and Company. Susan's diligent work ethic and creative mind were admired by colleagues and customers alike.
Although Susan dedicated much of her time to her career, she always made room for personal growth through education. She attended Salt Lake Community College to expand her knowledge and enhance her understanding of the world around her.
As a person with an innate creativity that shone through in all aspects of her life, Susan found joy in various hobbies and interests. Playing on the computer provided an outlet for her imaginative mind while baking allowed her to express her love for culinary artistry. These passions brought light into Susan's existence and brought smiles to the faces of those fortunate enough to share in these experiences with her.
Beyond her professional accomplishments and personal hobbies, Susan will be fondly remembered for her kind-hearted nature and unwavering generosity. She effortlessly spread love and compassion to everyone she encountered. Her warm smile could brighten even the darkest days and left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know her.
Susan's departure from this world has left an immeasurable void in the lives of all who loved her dearly. She is survived by her mother Dana Scott; brothers Robert, wife, Erin Scott and James, wife, Laurel Scott; Karissa Larsen and husband, Kyle: nieces Isla Scott, and Kaylix Scott; and nephews Wesley Scott, Nitai Scott, and Sheamus Scott. Susan is proceeded in Death by her Father Clyde Scott, and Sister Michelle Scott. Each of these cherished family members was touched by Susan's love, compassion, and endless support throughout her life.
A graveside service to honor and celebrate Susan Elizabeth Scott's life will be held at Memorial Mountain View Mortuary, Cemetery, and Pet Garden in Cottonwood Heights, UT. The service will take place on December 2, 2023, starting at 2:30 PM. Friends, family, and all whose lives she touched are invited to attend this solemn occasion as we bid farewell to a remarkable soul.