Watson, Ottalyn Marriann Florence

Watson, Ottalyn Marriann Florence

October 21st, 2018

Peacefully at LHSC – University Hospital, on Sunday, October 21, 2018, Ottalyn Watson of London, in her 86th year. Loving mother of Nancy Lenehan (Art), Bill Watson (Pam), Steve Watson (Dulcie), Lee Watson (Cathy FitzGibbon), Sandra Wimperis (Jim), and Tom Watson (Jen Butler). Adored by 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Survived by sisters: Evelyn Carey and Margaret Crewson; nephews: Jim Carey (Lori) and Tom Carey (Donna). Predeceased by parents Edna and Lawrence Crane; siblings: Florence Flanagan, Harold Crane, and John Crane. Very special thank you to the staff at Chartwell Long Term Care for their care and compassion. Cremation has taken place. Ottalyn will be laid to rest with her parents in Chatsworth Township, where a private family service will take place. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Ottalyn are asked to consider London Regional Cancer Program. 

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Dolly M ByardSteve I am sending you and your family my sincere condolences. Mom is always hard to lose. Rest in Peace pretty lady, time to catch up with old friends and family. In the arms of the Lord now. How wonderful Dolly M Byard
Gary PettitSo many memories of your mother. Her laugh, her welcoming smile. The way she tilted her head to welcome your conversation. She will be remembered with fondness. Our thoughts are with you at this time. Gary and Lynda Pettit
AngelaSteve and Dulcie, so sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
J HallPam and Bill-my deepest sympathy to you and your family. I remember Mrs Watson fondly, she was so friendly and kind. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time. Joanne
TaraSo many fond memories of your mother. She was so kind and always cheery to be around. I worked with her many years ago at Grandma Lee's and she was a big part of my life back then. She was always willing to help and always there to teach and guide us younger girls. I haven't seen her in many years but I do think of her often and her kindness. She was an amazing cook. Condolences to you Tom and Bill and the rest of the family, I remember you guys always coming in for lunch. Take Care.
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