Diann Watson Spoon

August 11, 1943April 5, 2019

Diann Watson Spoon, 75, of Las Vegas, a retired supervisor with Howard Hughes Corporation Property Management, passed away on Friday, April 5, 2019.

Diann was born on August 11, 1943 in Eupora, MS to Arlie and Louella Watson (nee Wood) and was a Las Vegas resident over 27 years. She is preceded in death by her parents and survived by Robert Spoon, her beloved husband; daughter, Kaylyn LeVeque; two sons, Charles Thomas Wilson Jr. and John Wilson (Karin); two step-daughters, Kelly Spoon and Kristin Spoon (A. Michael Nalu); two sisters, Myrna Shaw and Kay Fallon; and nine grandchildren, Chris LeVeque, Arlie LeVeque, Hayden Wilson, Gavin Wilson, Austin Wilson (Meghan), Payton Wilson, Ashley Lopez (Scott), Jonas Nalu, and Gavin Nalu . A graveside service will be held at 10:00AM on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at King David Memorial Cemetery, 2697 E. Eldorado Lane, Las Vegas, NV. King David Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.


  • Arlie Dewitt Watson, Father
  • Louella Watson (Wood), Mother
  • Robert A Spoon, Husband
  • Kaylyn LeVeque, Daughter
  • Charles Thomas Wilson Jr., Son
  • John Wilson (Karin), Son
  • Myrna Shaw, Sister
  • Kay Fallon, Sister
  • Kelly Spoon, Step Daughter
  • Kristin Spoon (A. Michael Nalu), Step Daughter
  • Chris LeVeque, Grandchild
  • Arlie LeVeque, Grandchild
  • Hayden Wilson, Grandchild
  • Gavin Wilson, Grandchild
  • Austin Wilson (Meghan), Grandchild
  • Payton Wilson, Grandchild
  • Ashley Lopez (Scott), Grandchild
  • Jonas Nalu, Grandchild
  • Gavin Nalu, Grandchild


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Diann Watson Spoon

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Julie Morelli

April 7, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of seeing Diann whenever I visited my daughter Maresa who lived next door to Diann and Bob. She enjoyed talking with my grandkids and spoiled them with her beautiful crocheted items. She was even known to get in a squirt gun fight with them. Once I heard she loved Sanders Hot Fudge and Chocolate I made sure to bring her some from MI. She was a true lady, with that southern charm.
May your memories of your wife, mother and grandmother bring you comfort during this difficult time.
Julie Morelli