Cathleen Scott-Marturano

Cathleen Scott-Marturano, Norristown, formerly of Scranton, died Saturday September 3rd at home.

Born 1967 in Scranton, she was the daughter of Jerome, Sr. and Margaret Malakin Scott.   She was a graduate of Scranton Technical High School and the Lackawanna College Act 120 Program.   Katey managed her family’s business, Scotts’ Store on Mulberry St., for many years before it was sold.   She then went on to be a police officer with the borough of Hawley where she earned the distinction of being the first female officer in the borough. 

Also surviving are a daughter Mia Marturano of Gilbertsville; a son Gavin Scott of Scranton;  brothers Jerome Scott, Jr. and his wife Joanne and Brian Scott all of Scranton;  aunts; uncles; cousins; nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by an aunt Jenny Shestok. 

A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday in the Immaculate Conception Church, Scranton by Rev. Joseph Sica.

Memorial contributions may be made to St Joseph’s Center 2010 Adams Ave. Scranton 18509.

Arrangements have been entrusted to and are under the care and direction of the Vanston and James Funeral Home, Ash St., Scranton.

3 Comments

  1. Marilyn Rosenberg

    My deepest sympathy to the Scott family. Katie was my closest friend, her love and allegiance to her family and friends was strong and true. Her wit was quick and on point,with that sparkle in her beautiful blue eyes.I will cherish the memories of the time and our many adventures we had together.

  2. Nancy O. Burke

    Wishing the Scott Family peace during this most difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

  3. Stephen T. Dobrzyn

    My thoughts and heartfelt prayers go out to the Scott family for the loss of a wonderful woman that I went to high school with. Her name was Cathlene but all of her friends at school knew her as Katie. I’ve always known Katie as a fun loving person that always was friendly to everyone especially to someone like me who was very shy with people. I remember going on ski trips with our school’s ski club and often skiing with her. I often thought about her as I do with other friends from high school as I reminisce about my past. She will be greatly missed by Scranton Tech’s Class of 1986.

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