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Eugenia Russell Scott

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March 11, 1947 - Feb. 2, 2021

Mrs. Eugenia Russell-Scott departed this earthly plane on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, after a long battle with renal disease.

A private memorial service was held Wednesday evening, February 10, 2021 at her residence on Sunset Dr.

Eugenia was born May 11, 1947 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the parentage of Ms. Rosalie Russell and Mr. Eugene Jeter. Growing up in the Philly, she attended Walton Elementary School and then Fitzsimmon High School during her grade school years, both in Philadelphia; post-graduation, Eugenia continued with secondary education in the field of Psychology. As a young woman she also met and married the love of her life, Raleigh Scott. Dedicated and a hard worker from the start, Eugenia attained and held multiple jobs throughout her adulthood, all while continuing to maintain her family life. In 2015, Eugenia decided it was time for a change and relocated to Georgia. New to the great Peach State, Eugenia moved in with her cousin Brenda, and Brenda’s family. She would remain down South for the rest of her days. Eugenia had several hobbies, including a love of arts & crafts and cooking; however, her favorite thing to do was to spend quality time with her family and friends. Eugenia is proceeded in death by her husband, Raleigh Scott; her son, Hassan Ibn’Abdual; two sisters, Rosemary Russell and Gwendolyn Russell; and one brother, William Henry Jones.

To cherish her memories is: one daughter, Renee Russell (Tyrone); one sister, Regina Walker; six grandchildren, Latifah Brooker (Mango), Raymond Fields (Alisha), Starlisha Fields-Gingrich, Angel Russell, Hassan, Jr., and Hanaya; five great-grandchildren, Adren, Rayiona, Iraya, and Parker Zoe; three nieces, Eugenia Jones, Joi Russell, and Shari Anderson; one nephew, William Jones, one caring cousin Brenda Smith, vocalist, and a host of great-nieces and -nephews, cousins, and her special friend, Mr. Farley (Katkat)

Final arrangement entrusted to Hurt’s Funeral Home of Eatonton, 110 N Maple 706-485-3281.