Marguerite Scott Lee

December 2, 1935 ~ April 22, 2022 (age 86)


Marguerite S Lee, 86 went to be with our Lord on Friday, April 22, 2022. She died in the loving arms of her daughter, Melody. She was a member of the International Foursquare Gospel Church, she was an ordained minister and a lifetime member. Preceded in death by her parents: Frank W. Scott and Mary Elizabeth Sink Scott, her sister Rachel Booze, her son-in-love, Christopher L. Hall, her niece, Beth Booze and her nephew, Jack Booze. In 1954, she married Fred Glenn Hubbard (deceased) and they had two children: a son Glenn F Hubbard Sr. (deceased) and Surviving of the home a daughter Melody Hubbard Hall.  In 1983, she remarried to George Lee, Sr.(deceased).  Her grandchildren are Jennifer Lynn Hubbard, Glenn Frank Hubbard, Jr., Carly Hubbard, Brandon C. Hall, and Braxton W. Hall.  Her six great grandchildren:  Ryan Hubbard, Micayla Hubbard, Dawson Hall, Noah Hall, Aurora Hall, Preston Hall.  She had two loving and beautiful granddaughters in love:  Rebecca E. Hall and Erica P. Hall.  Her niece, Pam Hubbard Clark and her nephew, Kenneth Hubbard. She had one grand nephew, Taylor W. Booze.

Marguerite grew up serving the Lord in the High Point Foursquare Gospel Church, where at the young age of 12 years became the sole pianist for the congregation. She serve the lord for well over 78 years in many capacities in her community and church. She was a Sunday School Teacher and the  Secretary/Treasurer for the congregation.   Marguerite lived by the motto“ Where He leads me, I will follow.“ She so looked  forward to our Lord telling her,”WELL DONE, FAITHFUL SERVANT.” 

Marguerite is a graduate of Trinity High School, Trinity North Carolina, class of 1954. She was a member of the Beta Club and DAR (Daughters of the Revolution).  She worked as a Office Manager for High Point Merchants Association/Credit Bureau Of High Point for over 18 years.  She was Director of the High Point Christmas Parade, coordinating the parade for several years. She retired from Marsh Furniture Kitchens as Personnel  Director.

Marguerite had many friends in this life, and love them dearly.  She was always thankful for the gifts God gave her called “friends.” She would jokingly say, that  the song “Thank You for Being a Friend”, was written about her friends and her gratefulness. She was always grateful to God for His Promised Assurance in her life and  that He was her Savior. Her favorite song was “Blessed Assurance.”

Marguerite’s favorite quote was given to her by an unknown Foursquare Gospel Missionary, who had  visited the High Point Foursquare Church when she was a young Christian, “Seeds of discouragement can NEVER grow, in a heart that’s truly THANKFUL.”  Marguerite’s favorite scripture verse 2 Timothy 2:15  (NIV) “ do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.“. (KJV) “ Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.“

Graveside service will be held on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Ocean Woods Memorial Cemetery.

In Lieu of flowers, please direct your donations to: Grace Point Foursquare Church, In Memory of Marguerite S. Lee,  PO Box 5134, High Point, NC  27265


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April 27, 2022

11:00 AM
Ocean Woods Memorial Cemetery
2408 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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