Vivian Mae Scarborough

Birth Date: December 28, 1936

Death Date: December 7, 2016

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Obituaries » Vivian Mae Scarborough


Ms. Vivian M. Scarbrough, 79, passed away on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.  She was born on December 18, 1936, and raised in Meridian, MS but moved to Forest Park, GA in the 1970s where she worked as a Fire/Safety dispatcher for 20 years. She retired in GA and eventually moved back to MS where she has lived for the past 8 years. She was a lady of many talents, including being an artist, seamstress, bird watcher, and musician. She was an avid book reader. She was of the Baptist faith for many years and last attended Solid Rock Assembly of God in Lucedale, MS where she loved Pastor Dustin Brewer, members of the “Elite Group”, and the entire church family who made her feel loved and appreciated.

She is preceded in death by her son, David Laverne Campbell; parents, Sim and Elizabeth Addy; and sister, Helen White.

She is survived by a daughter, Denise (Terry) Bell; grandsons, Chris (Nan) and Jeremy (Brittney); two great-grandsons, Gabe and Cooper Bell; great-granddaughter, Gracie Bell; great-granddaughter expected in February, Gemma Bell; very best friend, Ms. Betty Powell; along with numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.

We have so many people to thank who helped us through this journey. They include but are certainly not limited to Dr. Courtney Valentine, Dr. Leslie Valentine, Jessica (Dr. Valentine’s nurse), Jim’s Drugs (staff), George County Hospital, Southern Care Hospice, particularly Cheyenne and Patricia, Ms. Cathy and Mr. Frisco who opened their home to help care for Vivian over the past 3 weeks. We will always be grateful for your kindness not only to her but to her family.

There will be no formal services, simply a private memorial service. When you look in the sky and see a twinkling star, that just might be her.