Marianne Helen (Hill) Scott
Marianne (Hill) Scott, age 61 of Sioux Falls, was called home by the Lord Sunday, October 25, 2015, surrounded by family.
A visitation will be 5-7pm, at Renner Lutheran Church, Renner SD, Sunday, November 1, 2015, with family present. A Memorial Service will be 4pm, Monday, November 2, at Renner Lutheran Church. Inurnment will be held at a later date.
Marianne was born on April 03, 1954, in Sioux Falls, to Robert and Helen (Walker) Jones. She attended Sioux Falls schools. In 1975 she was united in marriage to Michael D. Hill and they were blessed with three daughters and a son.
Marianne spent many years as a traveling CNA. She was a hard worker and at times, held numerous jobs. In 2000, she started her own cleaning business and worked up until her cancer diagnosis in February of this year.
Marianne loved to fish and thoroughly enjoyed her time at Lake Thompson with her family. She will be remembered as a beautiful, kind, loving…..and stubborn woman. That stubbornness helped to give her the strength and courage to get through each day of her illness
Marianne will be greatly missed by her daughters Kristol (Chris) Erickson, Sioux Falls, SonJa (Shilo) Anderson, Brandon, Mindy Hill (Rob Alexander), Sioux Falls; “Grandma’s Boys”, Gaige Basche, Spencer Davis, Jaeyden Scott, Anthony Garcia, all of Sioux Falls, and Tanner, Zachorey, Caiden and Owen Anderson, of Brandon; sisters, Sharon (Jerry) Bettcher, Diane (Scott) Johnson, Sandra (Tom) Lynn , and Penny (Douglas) Alexander; brothers, Robert “Butch” (Barb) Jones and Richard ”Rick” Jones; numerous nieces and nephews and Special friends, Rick Claus and Scott Johnson; and her beloved cat, Chloe.
Marianne was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Helen (Walker) Jones, one son, Chad Michael, one sister, Patricia Byler, two nephews, Bruce Ode and Jody Byler, and a host of many other relatives.
Her family expresses a heartfelt thank you to all Marianne’s friends and family that rallied around her, with care and love, during her courageous battle. Thank you also to Pastor Jim for always being there.
In lieu of flowers, a Memorial fund has been set up at First Premier Bank in Marianne’s name.