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Dorothy Scott Waugh Watson

Obituary for Dorothy Scott Waugh Watson

January 1, 1916 - February 24, 2018
San Antonio, Texas | Age 102

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Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, soon to be great, great grandmother, and friend too many, Dorothy Scott Waugh Watson died February 24, 2018.

Dorothy was the first baby born in Riverside, CA on January 1, 1916 to Major William Hammond Waugh and Queen Scott Waugh. Dorothy graduated from high school in Fort Dix, New Jersey and from Sullins College in Bristol, Virginia.

Dorothy's life well-lived can be seen in her commitment to the San Antonio community. Dorothy was a member of Alamo Heights United Methodist Church for over 70 years. She was a founding member and later President of the Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital Bluebirds, an organization where she served as an active member for 59 years. She served on the Board of Trustees Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital (1993-1995). Dorothy was Duchess of the Army in the Court of Adventure in 1936. She was a member of the San Antonio County Club, the Battle of Flowers Association, and Revelers.

She was an avid bridge player, middle handicapped golfer, and loved to travel to the beach and mountains. Her favorite mode of travel was cruising. She loved to make fried chicken, divinity, mocha cake, pineapple upside-down cake, and fudge for her family and friends.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years George Marvin Watson and her son William Scott Watson. Dorothy is survived by her sons Robert Leon Glen Watson (Suzanne) and G. Marvin Watson Jr.; Daughter-in-law Sally Janecek Watson; Grandchildren, Lara Watson Thompson (Brian), Tracey Watson Beckwith (Van), Christina Watson Hellmich (Kevin), Scotti Watson Smith (Buddy) , Robert Leon Glen Watson, Jr.(Lacey) , Carey Watson Hildebrand (David) , Michelle Alley (Aaron) and Audra Beck; Great grandchildren, Brian Craig Thompson, Jr.(Mattie Bell), William Charles Thompson, Scott Lawson Beckwith (Mari Caroline), Hannah Isabelle Beckwith, Mary Grace Hellmich, Lawson Dravis Hellmich, James Boyce Smith, Emma Scott Smith, Daniel Christopher Smith, Jacob Bradley Smith, Elizabeth Mason Watson, Thomas Harold Watson, Jackson Robert Hildebrand, Harton Allison Hildebrand, Hudson Douglas Hildebrand , Sienna Marie Alley and Layla Lee Alley; Great Great Grandchild, Campbell Graham Beckwith, arriving March 2018; and Carmen Torres.

Thank you to the loving staff at the Forum at Lincoln Heights Memory Care where she became their grandma too and to the Heart to Heart Hospice staff for their care.

HER LIFE WILL BE CELEBRATED
TUESDAY
FEBRUARY 27, 2018
3:00 P.M.
ALAMO HEIGHTS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
825 EAST BASSE ROAD

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Texas Cavaliers Charitable Foundation.

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Porter Loring Mortuary

1101 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212
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