OBITUARY

Jackueline Watson Wilson

August 20, 1933February 6, 2021
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Jackueline Watson Wilson, 87, passed away on February 6, 2021, in Lewisville, Texas. She was born on August 20, 1933, in Fort Worth, Texas, to the late Millard and Lottie Watson.

Following high school, and some college, Jackie worked at a variety of companies before going to work at Business Interiors, where she was a dedicated Purchasing Agent and Furniture Consultant for 22 years.

She was preceded in death by her ex-husband Dean Wilson; sister, Anita Short; grandparents, H.G. and Pansy Humphries; and several other family members. She is survived by daughters, Gayla Lowke and Ben Holcomb, and Renee and Dale Santee; as well as several nieces, nephews and too many friends to mention.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 6-8 at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel. Funeral Services will follow on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 10 a.m., also at Shannon Rose Hill.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 11, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, February 12, 2021

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OTHER SERVICES:

  • Committal Service

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Ruby & Bob Lyle

February 11, 2021

We enjoyed the presence and the participation of Jackie in the Adult Bible Class at First United Methodist Church in Arlington for many years. She always sat on the front row and greeted classmates with her contagious smile as we entered the room.
Our condolences to Gayle, Renee, Ben and all the family. Our hearts are with you in your loss.

joanne hardin

February 10, 2021

I remember, when we were very young, spending time at Aunt Jackie and Uncle Dean’s house. They had a huge poodle and that poodle consequently had a very large dog house. I remember spending time playing in the dog’s house while watching the grasshoppers jump around in their backyard. The grasshoppers were huge!
Aunt Jackie was the best hostess for our get together‘s. I remember her bringing drinks to the husbands, smiling and laughing. She was a role model of mine. I always saw her as the truest southern belle and I wanted to be just like her!
I miss her so much already!

Lynne Brock

February 10, 2021

Jackie was a fun loving, vibrant lady that was committed to her family. I have the fondest memories of her carpooling me to and from Junior High School. She was always happy and I loved her smile.
My condolences to her beautiful daughters and the rest of her family & friends. May she Rest In Peace with Our Lord & Savior.

Michelle Sarratt

February 9, 2021

I have so many memories. Jackie was my second mom growing up and oh the stories she has on me!I pray for Gayla and Renee. She will be missed so much. Sending love!

Kimberly Snead

February 9, 2021

I was one of Jackie's caregivers at Atria Lake Arlington. I can honestly say she always made me smile and laugh. She understood that I was afraid of dogs but she gradually got me accustomed to Casey. I will always remember and cherish her memory in my heart.

Debbie Herring

February 9, 2021

Jackie was my Mother’s (Marilyn Kane) dearest friend; her maid of honor when she married my father. I remember Jackie from the time I was a very small child. She was like a second mother to me and my brother in those days and we loved her. I’ll always remember her beautiful smile and hearty laugh. My heartfelt prayers for peace are with Gayla and Renee.

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