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October 14, 1917 – Friday, February 4, 2012

Service Information
Lake Ridge Care Center’s Friendship Center
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
2:00 P.M.

Visitation Information

Rose M. Scott, age 94, of Buffalo passed away on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at Lake Ridge Care Center.

She was born October 14, 1917 in Buffalo the daughter of Gideon & Anna Samuelson Peterson.

Rose graduated from Buffalo High School in 1935 and later attended Swedish Covenant Hospital’s School of Nursing in Chicago.

She formerly was a registered nurse having been employed at Swedish Hospital and Abbott Hospital both in Minneapolis, by Dr. Percy Ward in S. Minneapolis, Mount Sinai’s Cardiac Clinic in Minneapolis and part time at Ebenezer Covenant Home in Buffalo.

On March 17, 1967 Rose M. Peterson & Robert W. Scott were joined in holy marriage.

Rose and Bob retired in 1980. Bob preceded her in death on April 30th, 2007.

She was a faithful, lifelong member of The Evangelical Covenant Church in Buffalo.

Survived by three step sons: Richard (Gloria) Scott of Richardson, Texas, David Scott of Aitkin and Daniel (Cindy) Scott of Jacksonville, Florida; grandchildren: Tylinda, Tomi and Robert; nine great grandchildren; nieces and nephews: Judy (Ed) Schuster, Jan (Fred) Naaktgeboren, Karen (Bill) Smirl, Curtis (Sue) Peterson, Keith (friend Jean) Peterson, Kristine Peterson (John) Nieber; other relatives and friends.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter in law: Mary Scott, a sister: Vivian (Harold) Thompson and by a brother: Edmond John (Margaret) Peterson.

Funeral services for Rose Scott will be held on Tuesday, February 7th at 2:00 P.M. at Lake Ridge Care Center’s Friendship Center.

Private interment Swedish Mission Cemetery.

Pallbearers are Fred Naaktgeboren, Edwin Schuster, John Fields, Fritz Voss, Roger Ruhr and Steven Ruhr.

Arrangements for Rose Scott are by The Peterson Chapel in Buffalo. Online condolences may be made to

2 Guestbook Entries

  1. Imogene S Yokooji & Keith Scott

    So sorry to hear about Aunt Rose. She was a wonderful person.

  2. Aggie Schmitz

    What a sweet, dear lady Rose was to me. God needed a Rose and he picked Rose. Take comfort in knowing she is at peace with no pain. I will forever remember her, the short few years I got to work with her at LRCC/Manor. She was a totally delightful lady. God Bless her heart and her whole family.


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