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Celebrating the life of
Sarah Assunta (Sue) Watson
Passed away on November 14, 2016
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Graveside Service
  • 11:30am - Saturday, November 19, 2016
  • Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery
  • 12800 Westheimer Rd (Map)
    Houston, Texas 77077

  • (281) 497-2330
  • Visitation
  • 5:30pm - Friday, November 18, 2016
  • Bradshaw Carter
  • 1734 W Alabama St (Map)
    Houston, Tx 77098

  • (713) 521-0066

May the "hearer of prayer"continue to sustain your family during this most difficult time. Share your memories,as you lean on each other for encouragement to stay strong.We hope that the many cards,hugs, kind words,and loving prayers give your family comfort.

The Sigler Family, Moile, Al.

Dearest Patti, Tommy and I have wonderful memories of company trips, visits at Galveston, with Sue and Jack. We always looked forward to seeing you as well at Christmas party. Sue was a lovely, talented, low key lady that we enjoyed knowing. We all had some wonderful times together. We miss them both.

Tom and Alice Mondshine, sugar land, tx

Patti, As your neighbor and friends we want to thank you for sharing Sue with us for all these years. even on her last day with us. We considered her a very classy. giving and loving person, not to mention fun to be with. We will not only miss her but also those tasty treats she would bring over. Our prayer is that God will give comfort to you, Mike and your family.

Reggie & Lena Thomas/Miller Family, Bellaire, TX

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Tom Mondshinr, sugar land, TX

Patti, You were blessed with such a wonderful caring mother. In fact, I thought of her as my second Mother when we were in school in Houston. She was always fun, honest and caring. I know you will miss her so much, but she leaves the world a better place for her having been here. She was such a blessing to all who knew her. Love you, Mike and family.....Carole

Carole Watts Greer, Frisco, TX

Patti, Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss. We all loved your mom so much! We feel so blessed that we got to know her and have a true friendship with her. Sue was so much fun and we enjoyed every minute we got to spend with her. What a great and wonderful lady! I hope you find comfort in the fact that she was greatly loved and respected by all who knew her. Sue will always have a place in our hearts and her memory will live on whenever we gather and reminisce of our times together. You and your family are in our prayers and remember you are never alone. May God bless her soul and may the perpetual light shine upon her.

Dolores, Alice, and John Torres, Houston, Tx

Patti, I hope you feel surrounded in love during this difficult time. We are thinking of you and wishing you and your family moments of peace and comfort. Such fond memories of Sue.

Allison LeClear Todoroff and Family, Marstons Mills, Cape Cod, MA

I am really going to miss Sue. She was such a great lady and a great neighbor. I truly enjoyed all the stories about all the people who lived in our home before we did. Now she can be with Jack. My deepest sympathies to Patti and family.

Cathy Murphy, Houston, TX

Sarah Assunta (Sue) Watson passed away on Monday, the 14th of November in Houston, Texas leaving behind a wonderful legacy of generosity, love and dedication to family and friends. Sue was born in Camden, New Jersey and lived there until 1942 when she married John A. Watson, Jr. and moved to Texas. She created Susanne’s Catering as a result of her love of cooking and provided many beautiful weddings and anniversary celebrations throughout Texas. Sue’s other passion was gardening. Her own garden was always magnificent and she loved sharing her
special plants with her friends and neighbors. Sue was born in the U.S., but her parents and several of her siblings were born in Lanciano, Italy. Sue loved going back to Italy and seeing where her family originated.

Sue was preceded in death by her parents Michele and Rosolina Smarrito, her husband John A. Watson, Jr., her son-in-law Lee LeClear, and her 8 siblings.
She is survived by her daughter, Patti Watson LeClear, her son John Michael Watson and daughter-in-law Cindy Watson, grandsons Joseph John Watson and Cody Michael Watson, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Friends are cordially invited to a visitation with the family from half past five o’clock in the afternoon until eight o’clock in the evening on Friday, the 18th of November at Bradshaw-Carter Funeral Home at 1734 W. Alabama. A graveside service is to be conducted at half past eleven o’clock in the morning on Saturday, the 19th of November at Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery, 12800 Westheimer Road.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to The University of Texas M.D. Anderson
Cancer Center designated to the Leukemia/Lymphoma Department.

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May the "hearer of prayer"continue to sustain your family during this most difficult time. Share your memories,as you lean on each other for encouragement to stay strong.We hope that the many cards,hugs, kind words,and loving prayers give your family comfort.

The Sigler Family, Moile, Al.

Dearest Patti, Tommy and I have wonderful memories of company trips, visits at Galveston, with Sue and Jack. We always looked forward to seeing you as well at Christmas party. Sue was a lovely, talented, low key lady that we enjoyed knowing. We all had some wonderful times together. We miss them both.

Tom and Alice Mondshine, sugar land, tx

Patti, As your neighbor and friends we want to thank you for sharing Sue with us for all these years. even on her last day with us. We considered her a very classy. giving and loving person, not to mention fun to be with. We will not only miss her but also those tasty treats she would bring over. Our prayer is that God will give comfort to you, Mike and your family.

Reggie & Lena Thomas/Miller Family, Bellaire, TX

Share your condolences with the family

Tom Mondshinr, sugar land, TX

Patti, You were blessed with such a wonderful caring mother. In fact, I thought of her as my second Mother when we were in school in Houston. She was always fun, honest and caring. I know you will miss her so much, but she leaves the world a better place for her having been here. She was such a blessing to all who knew her. Love you, Mike and family.....Carole

Carole Watts Greer, Frisco, TX

Patti, Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss. We all loved your mom so much! We feel so blessed that we got to know her and have a true friendship with her. Sue was so much fun and we enjoyed every minute we got to spend with her. What a great and wonderful lady! I hope you find comfort in the fact that she was greatly loved and respected by all who knew her. Sue will always have a place in our hearts and her memory will live on whenever we gather and reminisce of our times together. You and your family are in our prayers and remember you are never alone. May God bless her soul and may the perpetual light shine upon her.

Dolores, Alice, and John Torres, Houston, Tx

Patti, I hope you feel surrounded in love during this difficult time. We are thinking of you and wishing you and your family moments of peace and comfort. Such fond memories of Sue.

Allison LeClear Todoroff and Family, Marstons Mills, Cape Cod, MA

I am really going to miss Sue. She was such a great lady and a great neighbor. I truly enjoyed all the stories about all the people who lived in our home before we did. Now she can be with Jack. My deepest sympathies to Patti and family.

Cathy Murphy, Houston, TX

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