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Alanna Boyd Scott

Alanna Boyd Scott, 45, went to her heavenly home, on April 25, 2020 in Reidsville, NC after a short illness. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private funeral service can be viewed at 2 P.M. on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 on the funeral home website. Living in Ft. Lauderdale for the past 5 years, she moved back to Reidsville to reside in her mother’s care along with hospice. Born October 17, 1974, Alanna had a contagious smile and a heart of gold. There was not an acquaintance who did not become her friend. Her very warmth and sincerity engulfed you while her smile drew you in. She was honest and straightforward as she spent the last 5 years helping others who had the same problem as she did with drug addiction. Working as an admission coordinator at a drug rehab center, she assisted callers seeking help and worked with them to place them in the correct program that would most benefit them. Alanna had a most generous heart, always staying loyal to her friends and anyone in need. Arising at any given time, she would provide aid and support, while fiercely defending those who had been wronged. Alanna was sweet, funny, kind, sympathetic and very loving. She will be missed by all those fortunate enough to have been in her path on this journey we call life. Her legacy of love and light will not be forgotten. Always caring for others and seeking a brighter future for all. She leaves in the care of her mother, her dog Nahla, who she loved very much. Alanna is survived by her only son, Gabriel Grayson Scott; mother, Betty Massey Farmer; stepfather, Stan Kozdrowski, along with aunts, cousins and many brothers & sisters she has met along the way with her recovery She is preceded in death by her father, Donald Wayne Boyd; stepmother, Donna Curry Boyd; baby brother, Donald Wayne Boyd Jr.; along with her maternal and paternal grandparents.

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Mary-Kathryn DeBruhl Jun 21 2020 12:58 PM

Alanna, It took me awhile to get the courage to watch this. Wow, i sure did feel your presence. I will go on to cherish our memories together forever. Ill never forget you. Every time i hear certain songs come on, i think about you and i driving around with the top down. In those moments i felt like i had finally found a true friend, Someone i could always go to and that would care about me to the fullest. You were a kind soul and someone i called a very dear friend. Thank you for all the good happy sober memories i got to make with you. I feel honored to be apart of your time here. We were meant to meet. Im happy God put you in my life when he did. You will always hold a cloudy.. sunshine.. spot right over my heart. I'll see you later gator. I love you - MK

Mary-Kathryn DeBruhl Jun 21 2020 12:53 PM

I've been working in helping young women in recovery for the past 15 years. Alanna was one who was a stand out amongst hundreds. She was strong although she was just coming to realize it at that time. I loved her beautiful smile and her crazy sense of humor. I will miss knowing that she is not out there but look forward to dancing with her one day across the crystal sea.

Jean Wallace May 1 2020 3:20 PM

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Debbie Harmon Apr 29 2020 8:12 PM

I knew her on fb, she was friends with my granddaughter, she was a free spirit, said what she thought, she loved her family, and her fur baby, I am so sorry for family and friends May she be free of pain, and in Gods arms, God bless her family, be with them in this time of sorrow.

nancy henderson Apr 29 2020 7:43 PM

You were my sister here and will be again in heaven. I can't wait. See you soon

Cecille Smith Apr 29 2020 2:47 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Alanna Scott

Betsy Apr 29 2020 1:52 PM

I loved u so much. We had some rough times, and we always made it. U will be missed my dear friend. Rest with Angels.

Tracy Cochran Apr 29 2020 1:13 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Alanna Scott

Debbie Harmon Apr 29 2020 10:04 AM

I still hear your voice in my head when I needed help for recovery. You called me, answered questions from my best friend and my daughter. You stayed on the phone countless hours with me. Called me to make sure I was going to the airport when I didn't want too. While I only got to see you once in the time I was in recovery, you made sure you met up with me. Takes such a loving and caring person to do that. You've touched so many people. Helped them on their journey to recovery. There are no words that can tell you how grateful I am for your time and encouragement. God had a beautiful plan for you and you accomplished it for Him. Now you are in the comfort of His arms and the mark you left with those you touched, will be with those touched forever. You'll be so missed here by so many that love you and you will now be that Angel they all know you to be. My thoughts, love and prayers go out to your family, friends and those you have touched in this life. Rest peacefully our beautiful Angel.

Lorraine Dunn Apr 29 2020 7:48 AM

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