Angela May Scott

CORNVILLE – Angela May Scott, 51, of Cornville passed away at a CMMC in Lewiston on Monday, April 8, 2024, with her beloved family at her side. She was born in Skowhegan on July 21,1972, the daughter of Harry and Laura (Palmer) Chase.

Angela graduated from Skowhegan High School in 1989. Her career included working as a CNA at Cedar Ridge Nursing Home, a U.S. Postal Worker, a caterer for Heritage House, and finally as a developmental and behavioral health specialist for ESM, Inc. Angela found her passion in caring for people.

Angela loved various arts and crafts, especially making things for her family with her Cricut machine. She was always excited to learn a new craft. She loved flowers and plants, watching the birds at her feeders and spending time outdoors. She loved her pets and especially her new puppy, Sasha, which was a great comfort to both her had Chris during Angie’s last days. Her best times were when the grandchildren came to visit. She was a loving mother and grandmother with kindness, patience and understanding.

Angela was predeceased by her mother, uncle Richard Palmer and niece Victoria.

She is survived by her father; her life companion, Christopher Thompson; her children Dillan Scott and wife Makayla of Harrisburg, Pa., Christopher Scott and companion Mindy Moshier of Hartland, and Cassondra Scott of Cornville; grandchildren Bentley, Carson, Declan, Jameson and George; sisters Cindy and Eunice Chase and brother Harry Chase, Jr. and partner Sonya and nieces Mikayla, Rebecca and nephew Zachary all from Cornville.

A Celebration of Life will be held on June 2, 2024, at 1 p.m., at the home of Harry Chase, 91 Steam Mill Road in Cornville, Maine.

Please visit Angela’s memorial page at https://dsfuneral.com/obituaries/angela-scott-apr-2024 where condolences, photos, and special memories may be shared.


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