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Ines E. Scott

Funeral services will be Wednesday November 2nd, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Cloyd Chapel in Lewistown, Montana with interment to follow in the Lewistown City Cemetery.  The Cloyd Funeral Home of Lewistown is assisting the family.

Ines Ramsey Bradstreet Mackenzie Scott, age 92, passed away on Thursday, October 27, 2011 in Houston, Texas.  She was born August 8, 1919, in Dighton, Kansas to Jed and Clara (Creasor) Ramsey who were from Valley Center, Kansas.

She graduated from Dighton High School in Dighton, Kansas, where she met and married Gene Bradstreet.  They went on to open a dry goods store in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, another dry goods store in Othello, Washington, and a grocery store in Moab, Utah.

Gene passed away while in Moab, Utah and Ines went on to marry Bud Mackenzie.  Bud was later killed in an industrial accident in Illinois.  Ines then moved to Indian Springs, Nevada, where she met Raye Scott and they married.  Raye died of natural causes while they were living in Houston, Texas and Ines continued living on her own.

Ines is survived by three daughters, Ina Jeanne Ackerman of Galveston, TX, Holly Crofts of Wellington, UT, and Claireanna Quigg of Houston, TX and one son David Bradstreet of Houston, TX, one brother Jed Ramsey of Beaumont, TX. Several grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and nieces and nephews also survive her. 

She was preceded in death by her three husbands, one son, Doug, one daughter, Peggy, two brothers and four sisters.

Mom, we love you and look forward to seeing you again someday.  You will be GREATLY MISSED.

Friends are asked to make memorials to the charity of their choice and they may be left at the Cloyd Funeral Home.  Condolences for the family may be posted online at www.cloydfuneralhome.com

 



Condolences (3)
written by Brad and Yolanda Ackerman, October 31, 2011

Grandma,

I will always cherish our visits: spending time killing toy spacemen, ice-skating in the living room, one-armed bandits in the desert, bowls of ice-cream bigger than the Astrodome. And I appreciate the thoughtfullness of the gifts of the "Warning! Don't touch motorcycle" T-shirt and the motorcycle wind-chimes. Most of all, thanks for providing the foundation for one half of my family. I will miss you.

Your grandson,
Brad Ackerman

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written by Brad and Yolanda Ackerman, October 31, 2011

Grandma,

I will always cherish our visits: spending time killing toy spacemen, ice-skating in the living room, one-armed bandits in the desert, bowls of ice-cream bigger than the Astrodome. And I appreciate the thoughtfullness of the gifts of the "Warning! Don't touch motorcycle" T-shirt and the motorcycle wind-chimes. Most of all, thanks for providing the foundation for one half of my family. I will miss you.

Your grandson,
Brad Ackerman

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written by Ed Lantz & Len Gallegos, October 31, 2011

Claireanna & Butch,
We would like to extend our sincere thoughts, prayers and sympathy at this time of loss. The loss of a Mother is a very difficult time. Remember always that her memories will be forever locked within your heart. May God bless you always.
Ed Lantz and Len Gallegos
Aurora, CO

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