Dorthy-Jane M. Sceats

dorthy-jane sceats

December 19, 1915 ~ July 25, 2008

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Dorthy-Jane M. Sceats, 92, passed Friday, July 25, 2008. Survived by her husband of 59 years, Dr. Donald J. Sceats, Sr.; son, D. James (Kristin Olsen) Sceats, Jr. of Colorado Springs; daughter, Maresha (Jeffrey Louis) Sceats Leeds of El Granada, Calif.; grandchildren, Lindsay, Hunter, and Benjamin Sceats. Dorthy was born in Kalispell, Mont., on December 19, 1915, to Frank and Ida Mae Marsh. She was a micro anatomist, and a member of Adah Chapter #17 and Order of the Eastern Star in Kalispell. At her request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. An Eastern Star service will be held in Kalispell and a wake in Pueblo, which will be announced at a later date. Memorials may be made to Eastern Star Chapter #17 in Kalispell, Mont. or American Association of University Women, through the funeral home office. Online condolences,

View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. Dr. Sceats, Maresha et. al,

    Please except my sympathy. I have such fond memories Mrs. Sceats. She was always so kind in the clinic. Always so busy, but, yet, always had time to chat.

    Wish you all the best. Would love to see or hear from you again.

    Glen Nardin (eldest of Louis & Bernadine Nardin)

  2. Dr. Sceats and family please accept my sincere condolences upon the passing of Mrs. Sceats. She was a wonderful lady, and my prayers are with her and you.

  3. Dear El Docco, Pixie, Jim and Family – I am deeply saddened by the loss of this dear and special woman. As I am traveling now, my heart aches along with yours and I send you all my love and condolences from across the sea. Marsha was a tour de force for me and my dreams of becoming a chef and pursuing the fine points of etiquette and hospitality in and out of the home. She was a beloved teacher and mentor for me and I am truly blessed to have known her, worked with her and to have become so close to her emotionally and spiritually over the past 30+ years. She was always smiling and the epitome of graciousness in everything she did. I have such beautiful memories of the many dinner parties, fourth of July “picnics”, brunches at the club, and especially, our times preparing and decorating the house for the holidays..her stories of days gone by were enthralling and her child-like sparkle lit up the house all on her own. May flights of angels sing her sweetly to her peaceful rest. With Much Love, Adoration and My Deepest Sympathy – Robbie

  4. Dear ones… I am so sorry, it is so hard to lose someone you love. Rob is traveling in Europe and will get in touch with you soon. You both meant so much to us throughout the years and were so good to me when I lost Bob.
    Sincerely, Connie

  5. We would like to express our deepest sympathy for you and your family. We all remember her lovingly and you are in our prayers.
    Bobby, Sara, Derek, Matthew, and Jordan Brewer

  6. My family and I wish to express our deepest sympathy for your family.
    Dr. Sceats, you and Mrs. Sceats were like a part of our family while we were growing up. We wouldn’t have known what to do without you.
    We pray that the Lord will bring you and your family comfort through this trying time. God bless each of you.
    Melody Watkins
    Jim and Mary McClure & Family

  7. My name is Brad Ward, I remember Mrs. Sceats from my years of receivng allergy shots when I was a child back in the mid 70s. She always had a smile on her face and a cheerful outlook, this helped with the experience of receiving a weekly shot for several years. I would like to express my sincere condolence to the family and pray that the Lord would comfort you in this time of sorrow. I would also like to say thank you for the special blend of allergens that helped build my resitence enabling me to live life without being completely burdened with allegies. Sincerely, Brad Ward

  8. Dr. Sceats and Family,
    Please accept our sincere sympathy for your loss. I will always remember rhe kindness shown in welcoming our family into your home when we moved to Pueblo 39 years ago. May you find comfort in all the memories of your loved one.

  9. Our deepest condolences to Dr. Sceats, Jim, Maresha and their families. Mrs. Sceats was a devoted wife, loving mother and admiring grandmother. She was my cub scout den mother and I remember her patience and willingness to share her knowledge. No doubt, she will be greatly missed.

  10. I would like to extend my condolences to Dr. Sceats. I didn’t know Dorothy Sceats, but I have the utmost respect for her and Doctor. It is my sincere hope that Doctor will accept my thanks, 35 years later for medically making possible the baby that everyone else said I wouldn’t have. After 9 miscarraiges, a visit to Doctor resulted in an operation that made it possible for me to have the gift of a baby boy. Now, 2 wks ago, he & his wife announced their 1st baby God Bless Dr. & Mrs. Sceats. My heart will always hold a special place for you both.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

  1. CandleImage
  2. CandleImage
  3. CandleImage
  4. CandleImage
  5. CandleImage
  6. CandleImage
  7. CandleImage
  8. CandleImage

Accessibility Tools