CLUB PATRONS: Evans Head Over 8s Malibu Club are sad at the recent passing of Patsy Scott pictured here with husband Wally. Photo contributed.
CLUB PATRONS: Evans Head Over 8s Malibu Club are sad at the recent passing of Patsy Scott pictured here with husband Wally. Photo contributed. Contributed

Club patron loved a laugh

PATSY Scott was a mother, a nanny, a friend and club patron of the Evans Head Over 8s Malibu Club.

Her recent passing has caused great sadness, not only for her family, but also members of the club who knew her well.

Along with her husband Wally, they were the club patrons.

In the early years of the club, Patsy would be down at the beach on club round Sundays, having a drink and a laugh with the crew.

If there was a social do on Patsy and Wally would be there on the dance floor right through to stumps.

During more recent times she made guest appearances at the award presentations where she was only too happy to hand out some big congratulatory hugs for competition finalists.

She still enjoyed a good social event, and liked to dress for the occasion.

The charity bowls day outfit stands out in the minds of club members - those huge pink glasses with feathers around the rims.

Forever smiling and always up for a chat, she will be missed by all those who knew her.

A final word from the Malibu Club:

"Say g'day to Wally for us Patsy, ask Huey to send us good waves and send a few winners home for the punters club."

Rest in Peace.



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