Vicky L. Watson

November 21, 1950 ‒ December 22, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Vicky L. Watson, 67, of Mount Vernon passed away unexpectedly, Friday morning, December 22, 2017 at home.  She was born in Mount Vernon to Jennie L. (McNutt) Mauler and the late John K. Mauler Sr.

Vicky was outgoing and never met a stranger.  She enjoyed crocheting, knitting and making crafts.  Vicky was a lover of cats and dogs and when a stray would show up at the house, they became a new member of the family.  She appreciated the weekly Bible studies with Warren and Pat McCord.  Vicky’s greatest passion in life was spending time with family and always being there when someone was in need.

Vicky is survived by her husband, Tony Watson whom she married on December 31, 1989; children, Joe Gillespie, Travis Gillespie and Robyn Gillespie; 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren; siblings, John Mauler Jr., Mark Thomas, Katherine Fowler, Amanda Mauler, Jonathan Mauler and many nieces and nephews.

The family will have a private family service at a later date.

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  • Tony, Mark and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Loosing a loved one is never easy but when they are as young as Vic and right at the holidays, it’s even harder. Our class reunion committee really appreciated Vicky’s creative ideas and input on our upcoming 50th class reunion. We will really miss her. May the Lord wrap his comforting arms around you all at this time.
    Vickie and Denny Burson

  • So sorry for your loss. Prayers for family and friends. Such a great friend and Lady will be missed.

    Stevenson family

  • Been saying “Tony & Vicky” for as long as I can remember. Memory ain’t what it used to be, but I do remember Vicky as one of the sweetest people I ever met. What a shock that she has gone on! Tony, and family, I pray that you’ll have strength and comfort in your days learning how to manage without this great lady in your midst. She was everything to so many! We love you Tony and we are so, so sorry for this great loss.

  • Tony, Mark and family, so very sorry for your loss. I don’t think Vicky considered anyone a stranger, the few times I was invited to her home I always felt welcome. she meant a lot to a lot of people and is going to be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. my prayers are with all of you.

  • There are no words to express to all of you at this time of sorrow. Vicky was an inspiration to us all as to how to live life to its fullest. She will be dearly missed. I only met her a few years ago and I liked her instantly. I never met a more giving person than Vicky. Her laughter was infectious and her smile lit up any room. Another beautiful Angel to watch over us has earned her wings and then some.

  • My life was so blessed because Vicky was in it. She was my dearest friend and the little sister of my heart. She was my date this past August for my 50th Class reunion. We had the best time. I find it so hard to believe that I won’t be able to video chat with her anymore or hear her voice or see her sharing on facebook. My thoughts and prayers are with her husband Tony, her dear mother Jennie Louise, her children , grandchildren, great grandchildren, and the rest of her family and friends. We have all suffered a great loss, but we’re truly blessed to have had her in our lives for as long as we did.

  • Prayers for all of you. It’s never easy to lose loved ones and never easy to say goodbye, My heart aches for this beautiful lady and her family. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

  • Tony so sorry for a beautiful, wonder wife like the one you are married too. You two were like a pea and a pie. Sending out lot of prayers.i also will miss Vicky she used to be a sister in law.But still considered her as family you too also.God bless you and family lots of love. Amen!

  • I was shocked and saddened when I heard about Vicky. I’ve known her since I was a young teenager. We babysat each other’s kids and spent days together over a pot of coffee. We lost touch after she moved south but recently reconnected and was looking forward to the get together we had planned. She was a kind caring person and my thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. She will be missed.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . Vickie and I go way back ,her first husband was my cousin and recently we were talking on face book . I had some pictures for her children and she had some of my family. We talked of getting together and sharing our pictures and just catching up. She was always a caring and wonderful woman and will truly be missed.

  • I am so sadden of the loss of my 1st cousin, that I thought of as a sister later in life. She kept the family together, as did Grandma Mc Nutt. She organized our 1st Family reunion in 2007 and spent many hours of research preparing photo albums for the 4 remaining daughters that year. Her love and devotion for God and Family will be grately missed. I received her XMas card in the mail today, and will cherish it every year. Our deepest sympathy and Love ❤️ for the family. Kim (Gamber) Boltz & Darryl Boltz.

  • Travis and angie and family.. I am truly sorry for your loss, you have my deepest sympathy your mom, Vicki was a wonderful person she had a big heart. God bless her. May she rest in peace. so sorry for ur loss travis… I will always be here for you if you ever need me. Lotsa love hugs and kisses call me if you need me miss you all!!!!sincerely AMY BURDGE

  • My heart truly breaks. Vicky Watson, you were such a beautiful person with a huge heart. I guess God had decided your work was done here, and needed his angel home

  • So sorry to hear that Vicky has gone to be with our Lord. We are distant cousins. It’s been nearly 35 years since I’ve seen Vicky.She is one of my favorite persons I’ve ever known. I’m really sorry I havent looked her up to reconnect. My prayers are with your family. God be with you.