Oct. 19, 1923 — Feb. 13, 2018
Dulcie B. Scoggin of Portland, Oregon, died Feb. 13, 2018 of natural causes. She was born in Hull, England, to Isaac and Violet Nicholson, on Oct. 19, 1923.
Dulcie was married to David V. Scoggin of Seaside, Oregon. She and her husband owned and operated The Tides Motel in Seaside until his death on Nov. 14, 1973. Dulcie is survived by her children, Paul D. Scoggin of Palm Springs, California, Carolyn J. Ernst of St. Paul, Oregon, and Jeanne C. Finegan of Tigard, Oregon.
Dulcie was a member of the Coachella Valley Watercolor Society and the Oregon Society of Artists. Many of her works were critically acclaimed, and juried into art shows where she won numerous honors. A number of her works now hang in private collections.
Dulcie was an active member of the Daughters of the British Empire, Portland Chapter, and worked on many Christmas fundraising events. She enjoyed golf, gardening and travel, but most of all cherished time with her family. As a talented artist, mother and friend to many, Dulcie will be missed.
A graveside blessing will be held at the Ocean View Cemetery in Warrenton, Oregon, on March 9 at 1 p.m. A private celebration of life will be held later.