The Life of our Queen
Emma Loudelle Scott
Emma Loudelle Scott, daughter of Victor and Carrie (Suggs) Weaver, was born July 5, 1949 in
Georgetown, SC. She was a lifelong member of Jerusalem AME Church. Emma was a firm believer in
God. She felt her and God had their own special relationship. Her parents, brothers; Thomas Weaver,
Victor Weaver Jr., and sister Maxine Weaver, all preceded her in death.
Emma received her formal education at Deep Creek Elementary and Chavis Elementary School. In 1961,
at the age of 12, Emma and her family relocated to Washington, DC, where she continued her education
at Elliot Junior High and Eastern High School.
Emma was a member of the dry - cleaning profession. She was well respected by her peers and staff.
During the years she gained a reputation for being one of the best workers.
Emma believed in the strength and unity of family. She was married to Lonnie Randolph Scott in 1967
and they remained married for 17 years. During their marriage they were blessed with their daughter,
Sandra. Later in life, Emma entered a union with the late Larry Donnell Royster and was also blessed
with a daughter, Lauriell.
In 1993, Emma returned to Hemingway, SC. Emma was a strong, hardworking, and outspoken woman
with a caring and giving heart. She listened to and gave advice to anyone that needed it. She enjoyed
spending time with family, watching her favorite shows, playing cards with her daughter and grand kids,
and attending Bingo with friends.
Emma is survived by her two children: Sandra (Rodney) Robinson and Lauriell Royster (fiancé, Jeremy
Dunmore). Seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Two brothers: Willis Weaver and James
M. Weaver, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, an aunt, and friends.
Mrs. Emma L Scott of Hemingway SC died on April 16,2021 after an illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date
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