Edward Lee Watson

Edward Lee Watson, 84, of College Station, passed away Tuesday December 25, 2018. Family and friends are invited to a Celebration gathering and visitation from 1 to 3pm, Saturday Dec. 29 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center in Bryan.

Survivors include his loving wife Martha Lambert Watson; son, Jeff Watson and wife Dorothy; daughters, Karan Watson, Laura Raleigh; grandchildren, Christy Dugas and husband Kevin, Carrie Raleigh, C.J. Raleigh, Hunter Watson, McKenna Watson, Harmon Watson; great grandchildren, Brittney Dugas, Maghen Dugas, Hailey Dugas, Korbin Dugas, Trinity Raleigh, and Eleanor Watson.

Condolences

  1. So very sorry for your loss. Praying for God’s comfort to be with you all at this time.
    Love you all, Brenda

  2. We are never ready to lose our parents even when we know they have gone to a better place with no more suffering. My heart, thoughts, and prayers are with you all.

  3. Martha, Jeff , Karan, & Laura Marion & I share in your loss. As you know, Eddie & I worked together more closely than most at TU. He was a colleague for 40 years . It was a great time to be in a special organization. He will be missed. God bless you all. Tom Locke

  4. Claudette and I were saddened to hear of Eddie’s passing. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.

  5. Martha,
    I will always remember Eddie as a mentor and friend. I enjoyed working with and for him over the years in Odessa, Fort Worth and Dallas. May God strengthen you and your family during this difficult time.

  6. Martha,

    Saddened to hear of Eddie’s passing. Please know that our prayers are with you and your family.

    Dick and Claudette White

  7. Martha, Jean and I feel the end of a long friendship and though it hurts us, we enjoy the memories of so many great times. We pray that you find comfort in knowing that he was so important to everyone. God bless you and your family. Bill and Jean Griffin

  8. So very sorry for your loss. My time working for Eddie at TXU were some of the best of my career. May your fond memories ease your burden.

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