Alexander-White-Mullen Funeral Home and Mt Lebanon Cemetery

11101 Saint Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO


Ursula B. Watkins

May 18, 1921March 3, 2020

Ursula B. “Sue” Watkins, born May 18, 1921, died March 3, 2020. Born to William and Beulah Young in Callaway County, MO, she was married 53 years to Lee Watkins and he preceded her in death in 2010. Also survived by her children, Karen Priest, Joel Lovelace and Susan (Scott) March. Grandchildren include D’Arcy (Mike) Tallent, Dan Lovelace, Kelley (Todd) Blank, Madison (John) Hegarty, and Lee March, and four great-grandchildren Andrew Lovelace, Kayla Blank, Zander Tallent and TJ Hegarty and numerous loving nieces/nephews, and friends.

Services to be rescheduled at a later date.

Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in Sue’s honor. Family and friends may sign the on-line register at www.alexanderstlouis.com


25 September

Graveside Service with Military Honors

11:00 am

Mount Lebanon Cemetery

11101 St Charles Rock Rd
Saint Ann, MO 63074


Ursula B. Watkins

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Susan Watkins March

March 18, 2020

Susan Watkins March

March 18, 2020

Susan Watkins March

March 18, 2020

Bonnie ursula Gordon

March 8, 2020

My Aunt Sue,

I have loved you all my life, was named Ursula after you, and although not proud of that name as a child, have been very proud of it since becoming an adult. Because it reminds me always of you!!
How fitting that you left us the same day of the month as your brother, my father, so many years ago. I understood that you asked my mother for a promise to name me after you and she did!

I will miss you so very much! I have many good and happy memories of you. You have been an incredible force not just to me but to all who have had the privilege of knowing you and, therefore, loving you.

God speed,
Bonnie Ursula (Young) Gordon

Lisa Hodne

March 4, 2020

Sue dubbed herself my Mom #2, and she was definitely that. She provided me with unconditional love throughout our entire relationship. Her faith in God was a force.

My daughter, mother, brother, and sisters all expressed to me that they each have good memories of her as well. I am glad for Sue that she has joined her husbands, and I know without a doubt that she is watching over us all from heaven.

Sue, I loved you very much, and my condolences to the family as they honor your memory. You were humble and kind.
Lisa Hodne

Kyla Chambers

March 3, 2020

Our condolences to the Watkins family. It was our privilege to help care for an honorable woman as Sue.
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