Isis N. Tutankhamen

Sunrise: September 7, 1954

Sunset: May 30, 2021

On May 30, 2021 GOD called our beloved Theatta Scott, aka ” Isis Tutankhamen ” home. She was born to the late Henry T. and Gracie W. Scott on September 7, 1954.

Theatta was a graduate of John Yeates Highschool and later furthered her studies at Tidewater Community College and Norfolk State University, majoring in the Library Sciences.

Theatta was employed for 16 years at T.J. Maxx stores and loved by all of her coworkers.

As a former member of the Black Vanguard community-based organization, Isis volunteered her time, participating in the ” Meals on Wheels ” program, distributing to the elderly, disabled and the homeless.

“Aunt T.” was always a “free-spirt” and our Angel that only flewby in our lifetimes and we are truly fortunate to have had her land on our shoulders…

Isis is survived by Eunice Hall, Ricky Scott, (Theodore Scott, Twin) Gralin Scott and a host of neices, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Aunt T. was predeceased by siblings George Banks, Herbert Porter, Eula Neal, Edith Eason, Bernard Scott, Rudolph Scott, and Janet Eley.

Our beloved “Queen Isis” has definitely earned her heavenly wings…She will be truly missed, but never, ever forgotten…

” GOD has prepared my mansion and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever…

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    Jackie d Long says

    Rest on my friend fly high we had some good and fun times . I’m glad we had the chance to talk at Walmart . I’m praying for your family You will be truly missed . .

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    Mickey Hall says

    Rest in peace Auntie. I and Jayvon will miss you.

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    Derrick Adams says

    Sorry for your family lost. Prayer in the name of the Lord 🛐

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      Fred Hilliard AKA Omari Bomani says

      Hetepu Peace And Blessings My Queen Sista ISIS T I’ll Truly Miss Your Loving Presence You’re Free Now Beloved One I’ll See You in The Raputure By The Grace of Our Ancestors The Humblest Prayers For Your Loving Family Omari Bomani Outta Oakland CA Peace

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    Lynn Godfrey says

    I am saddened to see the passing of Sister Isis. We called her ‘Tee’ back, way back in the day when she was with the black power movement, what we know today, as the Movement for Black Lives. Sister Isis was active back in the 70s and beyond. One of the sweetest persons you’d ever meet. Rest In Glory Sweet Sister!

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    DebB. says

    Rest in peace and heaven Ms.Tee,Praying with and for the family,God bless you Mickey…🙏

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      Bertha Winston says

      Aunt Tee , you are truly missed , I will always remember your soft voice and your beautiful smile. Your wisdom that was shared with me about our ancestors will always hold a deep place in my heart.
      Love you always
      Paul Jr and Peaches

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    Ben & Rosalyn Williams says

    Rest well Ms. T.
    Our condolences to the family in this time of bereavement. May the Most High
    Smooth your sorrow.
    Ben & Rosalyn Williams

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    Akili Bandele says

    Peace My Sista,may you Rest in Power,I can never forget our early meeting and how you help shape my consciousness of why we need to support the African Liberation Movement,therefore I Salute you in the highest of honor and love ☀️✌🏿✌🏾☀️💕

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    Brother akintola says

    HETEPU QUEEN!!!Iam so sorry to know you have transition…I have thought of you many times during this year wondering how you are…i was trusting i would run into you some where one day…i thank you for sharing your energy with my tribe years ago.At the time of your service i was at Brother Kemet’s service.Milton Reid jr.i had no knowledge your service was being held across the water at the sametime.i wish we had gotten to spend sometime together.My daughter that you helped me with is not far from 50yrs old now.i truly thank you again.If here physically, i know you would love to help with the “New Nat Turners Library” soon to break ground, The Black Book Awards and many other area’s to help bring our people to hindden knowledge of themselves.i trust Brother Ha’ne and many of the other Brothers and Sisters were drumming and Dancing as your Beautiful Soul enter the Rim of our ANCESTORS!!! Take your training gracefully for soon you will be one of the caring ANCESTORS,we will be calling on!!!!!!!! Your work on this planet is remember with Black Vanguard, The African Feast at Norfolk State now (NSU) an others!!! Know you are Loved and remember very Positively my sister!!! “Brother akintola”, SANKOFA-2-PEACE!!!!!!!!

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