April 20, 1960 ~ April 26, 2022

Born in: Poplar Bluff, MO
Resided in: Arden, NC

Machelle Delores Scavio, 62 of Arden, passed away after an extended illness on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at the CarePartners Solace Center. Born in Poplar Bluff, MO, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Delores Scavio.

Machelle is survived by her loving daughter Breea Porter (her husband Drew) of Fletcher, NC, her brother Joe Scavio of Poplar Bluff, MO and brother Trent Scavio (his wife Debra) of Hendersonville, NC.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of the CarePartners Solace Center for the excellent care and compassion extended to Machelle during her time there.

A memorial service will be celebrated at 6:00 PM, Tuesday May 3, 2022, in the Chapel of Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian in Arden. The family will receive friends at the funeral home following the service. The service will be streamed live starting at 5:50 PM on Tuesday via the window directly below her obituary on the Groce Funeral Home website.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society at donate3.cancer.org.

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  1. A beautiful lady. I will miss you terribly but I am happy you have a new healthy body and are in Heaven with our savior.

  2. May God take you home and may your memory be eternal. I cherish our memories we made in our High School Years. ❤️🙏

  3. We had such the adventure when
    we were young!
    God bless you and rest you well
    God bless all of your family and Joe!

  4. I’ll cherish our childhood years, our wonderful phone calls & texts. Rest now my sweet cousin & hug your parents for me. You will be missed. ♥️

  5. May God hold you in his arms , Shell your already so very missed . Thank you for ALLthe fun times we had as teens , we got into some pickles, but we learned and laughed so hard. At times. Always together. I will treasure these times even more. Love you my friend.


  7. I was great to have worked with Machelle for a few years, a very sweet lady! May God bless Breea & family in the years to come.

  8. Oh Dee we had some good times over the years. Just us an the girls on our adventures an trips to Lake Lure an then just our times just us without the girls. I will cherish our memories. Until we see each other again my friend! Fly free! I love you ❤️

  9. Machelle, you were taken way too soon from us. I wish we hadn’t lived so far away from each other. Our visits were few but when we were together, it was like no time or distance had separated us. We have many memories that we shared. I always enjoyed visiting you when you lived in Ohio, Pennsylvania, then North Carolina. Then you brought this sweet child into our family that I adore. I will stay in touch with “our” girl and I will always be just a phone call away if she ever needs me. You’re going to missed you so much. Sending love to you and your parents who I miss dearly. Love you… Aunt Pam

  10. For all of us who know and love you Machelle our hearts are broken. Beyond what words can adequetley express!
    Our days are less brighter now with out you in them.
    You fought so hard, and for so long these past many years.
    I admire the courage and the strength that you showed to all of us…..Now you are free!
    Free from the pain and you are at peace!
    You are lovingly embraced by your father and mother.
    You are flying free!
    I look forward to the day when I will see you again. The day I can fly with you, right by your side.
    I feel truly blessed you are a part of my life and my cherished memories!!
    Long ago you reserved your place in my heart Machelle.
    The place where you are loved and you will be remembered for the rest of my days!
    When ever I want to think of you, to find you, to talk with you I will simply have to look there.
    Rest in peace kind and beautiful lady!!
    I love and miss you Belle!!!


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