Janie Scott

of Kerrville, TX

June 22, 1937 - June 18, 2024

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Juanita Zepeda Scott (Janie), age 86, passed away at her home on Tuesday June 18, 2024, with her children by her side. Janie was born to Antonio Zepeda and Paula Botello in Odem, TX on June 22, 1937.

She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Elizabeth Nabila Scott; son, David Edward Salazar; her grandson, Nathanial Bradshaw; her three sisters, Oralia Graves, Maria Greenleaf and Elizabeth Vasquez; her two brothers, Joe Zepeda and Roy Botello.

Janie is survived by her two daughters, Jessica (Robert) Jones of Kerrville, TX and Marissa (Jerry) Gonzalez of Medina, TX; her two sons, Samuel (Shay) Salazar of Katy, TX and Jesse James (Diane) Salazar of Titusville, FL; one brother, Trinidad (Ruth) Botello of San Antonio, TX; 15 grandchildren, Edward Salazar, Daniel Salazar, Salvador Salazar, John David Salazar, Shelby Salazar, Rex Salazar, Rebecca Youngblood, Kanah Joy Bradshaw, Sarah Noel Cavazos, Trey Salazar, Chloe Ramos, Jeralyn Marie Gonzalez, Briana Nicole Gonzalez, Gerardo Gonzalez Jr., Megan Mitchell, Bianca Vasi and Sal Vasi as well as numerous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Janie was a member of First Christian Church and the church choir. She volunteered at the Kathleen C. Cailloux Humane Society of Kerrville for many years. Her faith in the God was strong and she enjoyed sharing the word with her children and grandchildren.

The family will have a private service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Kathleen C. Cailloux Humane Society.

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penny l bowman
Kerrville, TX
Saturday, June 22, 2024

So very sorry, Janie was such a God loving person and we loved having her at the Cailloux Humane Society resale shop. She helped with whatever needed to be done. Her favorite was straightening all the clothes in the showroom WHILE she hummed all that time. She loved our shoppers and was a pure blessing to us. She will be missed by many but she will still be singing 24/7. Love you Janie, you were a special person