Lane Scott

December 18, 1957 ~ August 27, 2021 (age 63)

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Belden-Ronald Lane Scott, a big hearted big man, crossed over to the beautiful shore in the early morning hours of Friday, August 27, 2021 from NMMC in Tupelo. Lane was the son of the late Mac and Jeanine Cairel Scott of Belden. Born December 18, l957 in Tupelo, Lane spent his adolescent years in Centerline, Michigan, graduating from Center Line High School in l975 as a star football and hockey player with the nickname – Tupelo.  He returned to his native Lee County, Miss. immediately afterwards and lived the rest of his life here.  He partnered as a key body shop technician with his late uncle, Gerald Scott, at Scott’s Body Shop for over 25 years.  He worked at MTD for over 15 years until his health failed. Lane loved a good laugh and loved his family and the large gatherings of the Scott family over the years at his grandmother, Flora’s, house in Belden. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and a member of the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church.

A private family time will take place on Monday at Holland Funeral Directors-Tupelo Chapel.  A time of reflection and fellowship for the public will be from 5 PM-7PM Monday at Holland-Tupelo Chapel and all friends and family are invited to attend. Please observe Covid precations. Masks are available at the funeral home.

Lane is survived by his two children, Elizabeth Scott of Tupelo and Elijah Scott of Belden and their mother, Cheryl Scott of Tupelo; two grandchildren, Addison and Aiden Scott;  a half brother, Gary Scott and wife, Tanya of Tupelo; his Aunts, Eliane Harris of Saltillo, Bobbie Scott of Belden and Yvonne (Ron) Smith of Mt. Vernon. a niece, nephew and many cousins.

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Funeral Service

September 6, 2021

7:00 PM
Holland Funeral Service (Tupelo Chapel)
5281 Cliff Gookin Blvd.
Tupelo, MS 38801

1 thought on “Lane Scott”

  1. I remember Lane when he worked at Aircap and his Mother Ms Jeanine she love her boy and Elizabeth. Prayers for the family.

    Cathy Shields


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