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Mary Louise WatsonPassing: April 1, 2020

Service:

Mitchell Cemetery

Going Home

Friday, April 3rd

Visitation:

No Visitation

Cemetery:

Mitchell Cemetery

Friday, April 3rd

MITCHELL – Mary Louise Watson, 93, passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at Indiana University Health Bedford Hospital.

Born July 15, 1926, in Red Springs, North Carolina, she was the daughter of Nolie and Lucy B. (Oxendine) Jones.  She married Paul H. Watson July 1, 1946, and he preceded her in death October 22, 1976.

Mary was employed 43 years at M. Fine & Sons.  She was proud of her Native American heritage as an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. Mary was a member of American Legion Post No. 250 Auxiliary, and a charter member of Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 9107 Auxiliary.  She loved her flowers and beloved Chihuahua dogs.

Survivors include cousins, nieces, and nephews of multiple generations throughout Indiana and North Carolina.

Her parents; husband; and siblings, Annie Ruth Jones, Otella Locklear, Polly Tyler, Janie Talley, Ethel Bell, Aletha Jacob, John Jones and Woodrow Jones, preceded her in death.

Following Lumbee Tribe tradition, there was a going home service Friday, April 3, at Mitchell Cemetery.  Brother Jim Russell officiated.

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5 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Timothy Paul and Cynthia Locklear | Pembroke, NC
    Date: April 30, 2020
    Aunt Mary you are Loved and greatly missed Thanking God for the good times and life full of treasures, most of all the wisdom you shared that made our lives abundant. May the Path that you walked be forever remembered. We will be together again with our Lord Jesus Christ in Heaven.
  2. Guest: Mr & Mrs Timothy Paul Locklear | Pembroke
    Date: April 30, 2020
    Aunt Mary you are missed and Loved. We will see you in Heaven and be forever with our Lord Jesus Christ.
  3. Guest: Connie Stoll | Loogootee
    Date: April 4, 2020
    Mary was always a very pleasant lady to be around. Enjoyed bingo and just seeing her at the Manor. Sorry for your loss.
  4. Guest: Kathy Hall | Mitchell
    Date: April 3, 2020
    I loved her so much and was devastated to hear of her passing while I'm in quarantine. When I would go in to do patient care with her, she never failed to make me laugh or smile. I would always say, "I love you Mary Watson." And she would Always reply, "I know. I love you too." I will miss her greatly.
  5. Guest: Jo Crane | Mitchell,
    Date: April 3, 2020
    I enjoy my time with Mary. I work at Fines an Sons with her. She going to be miss.