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Valerie Ann Scott Bailey, age 65, was born in Amarillo, Texas on September 24, 1955 to Enos Scott and Bettye Jo Eckford. She had 9 brothers and sisters, Rosa Phillips Dickens Houston (deceased), Eddie D. Phillips (deceased), Gary W. Phillips, James E. Eckford (deceased), Doris M. Scott Johnson, Karen D. Nevels Pettiford, Kervis P. Nevels, William B. Nevels, and Ravonne Rena Nevels Appleberry. Valerie moved with her parents to New Mexico where she lived in Albuquerque for 30 years. She married and moved to Oklahoma and divorced with irreconcilable differences. She loved her husband. Moved back to New Mexico, then to Colorado, then to Arizona to be close to her children and grandbabies. She was a Licensed Practical Nurse for over 34 years in various hospitals throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado and Arizona. For nine years, she worked at the Isaac School District as a school nurse. She gave her life to the Lord at the young age of 14 at God’s House Church in Albuquerque, NM. Valerie was a member of God’s House Church under Bishop Michael L. Shelby before relocating to Arizona. Valerie was an active member of The Shield of Faith Christian Center under Bishop William Hudson for over 16 years where she was a Minister and walked with God. Her greatest blessings in life was being filled with the Holy Ghost and being a mother to her three lovely daughters, Karla M. Scott, LaShanda D. Brown Daviss and Reasha N. Brown Morinia and “Granny” to her 5 beautiful grandchildren Larry L. Morinia lll, Armaun L. Daviss, LaRiya E. Morinia, Zion I. Felix and Kai A. Scott. Her son in love David L. Daviss Jr. was just like her son she never had. She was a prayer warrior, intercessor, interceding for all people especially her family. She loved God. Valerie’s gifts were many, including cooking, sewing, hat making and interior decorating. Mama’s favorite quote was “I will bless the Lord at all times and His praise shall continually be in my mouth.”
Memorial Services are Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 10 AM at Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E. Queen Creek Road, Gilbert, AZ 85297.