October 7, 1988 ~ April 13, 2019

Born in: Broken Arrow, OK
Resided in: Anderson, IN

Katy Lee Scott, age 30, of Anderson, IN, went to be with the Lord on April 13, 2019. She was born on October 7, 1988 in Broken Arrow, OK to Billy Ray and Verna Bowling.

Katy lit up the room with her presence. She was always caring and compassionate but wasn’t afraid to let you know how she felt. Katy was an extremely intelligent young lady. She graduated from the Indiana Academy in 2006, which was a school for the gifted. She had a deep appreciation for the Arts. She was an avid reader and loved Gen Con. She loved to donate and volunteer at the Christian Center when she could. On top of everything else in her life, her daughter Everleigh was the light of her life. She loved to spend time with her and there was nothing else she would rather do than be with her. Katy will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Katy is survived by her daughter, 3 ½ year old Everleigh Rae Kornman; mother Verna Bowling; Siblings Robin Martin (Shawn), Juri Baker (Tracy), and Damian Bair. Aunts and Uncles Bill and Marney Bair, John and Debra Bair, David and Debbie Bair, Melinda Bair, Brenda and Kent Crisp, Earl Bowling, and Johnny K. Bowling; Great aunt and Uncle Fred and Carol Bair; nieces and nephews Shelby, Bryson, Declan, Jesse, Shiloh, Madelynn, Sawyer, and Katherine; and many cousins.

She is preceded in death by her father Billy Ray Bowling; grandparents Viola and Shirley Bowling and William and Katherine Bair; and baby brother Billy Ray Bowling, Jr.

A Celebration of Life will be held on April 18, 2019 from 5-7pm at North Anderson Wesleyan Church, 1947 E 240 N, Anderson, IN, 46012. Services were handled by Legacy Cremation and Funeral Service – Anderson.

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  1. From that beautiful little girl to that beautiful young lady, that is the memories I have and will keep in my heart. Prayers or comfort to Verna and her children and family.

  2. I love you so much Katy you will be truly missed.I know we did not see each other much,but we loved one another.The angels are lucky to have now I will miss you

  3. I am so very sorry for the loss of your sweet daughter, Verna. I know your heart is breaking. God Bless, love and prayers.

  4. My the angels guide you to eternal peace and you will be truly missed Katy and your Daddy will be there with open hands Waiting for you to give you all the kisses and the World we all love you Katy and god bless.

  5. Sending prayers and love to my family. Katy I only remember you as little girl with a beautiful smile that reminded me of your big sister. You will be deeply missed by so many. Prayers to you on your next journey 😘

  6. Sending prayers to all the family. We will miss her great smile. I worked with her at ST Vincent in Anderson. She was a hard worker and I enjoyed working with her. She was super intelligent and very creative and talented.

  7. Katy was so kind and compassionate. Even if she wasn’t feeling well she would ask about me and my children. I enjoyed working with her. Her sweet spirit will be missed.

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