In loving memory of

Christine Watson
February 7, 1940 - February 8, 2021

Christine Watson, 81, of Fairmount died Monday, February 8, 2021 at Community Hospital in Anderson.

Christine was born in White Pine, Tennessee, daughter of the late Howard Reno and Nettie B. (Bishop) Reno. She married Thomas Watson on January 9, 1960 in Celina OH. Christine was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and homemaker. She enjoyed collecting dolls, reading and camping. She was a member of the Upland Christian Church.

Christine is survived by her husband, Thomas; children, Chris (Toni) Watson, Jonesboro, Lawrence (Melissa) Watson, Marion, Missy (Matthew) Barger, Lexington, KY, Sabrina (Sam) Justice, Summitville, and John Watson, Fairmount; siblings Earl (Linda) Reneau, Fairmount, John (Karen) Reneau, Marion, Roger (Heather) Reneau, Hartford City, Billie (Harley) Phipps, Anderson, and Rosemary (Larry) Horn, Scottsburg, IN; grandchildren, Audrianna Justice, Curtis Barger, Alex Barger, and Emily Rose Barger; two great-grandchildren, Melody and Aria.

Christine was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Charles (Margaret) Reno.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Fairmount Chapel of Armes-Hunt Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 415 S. Main Street, Fairmount, Indiana where visitation will be on Friday, February 12, 2021 from 12-2 PM. Funeral services will be at 2 PM with Pastor Paul Brown officiating. Burial will be at Park Cemetery, Fairmount.

Memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Services of Grant County 305 S Norton St, Marion, IN 46952 or in care of the funeral home.

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Patricia Julian (Patti Castator) wrote on Mar 11, 2021:

"To Missy, Sabrina & family, I'm sorry for your loss. Your mom was always nice to me and my family, (Tami, Jane & our mom, Becky Castator). I remember when visiting with grandma Reno and your mom coming over. Asking me what I was getting in to. May you be comforted in your time of sorrow."

Sue Carrion wrote on Feb 12, 2021:

"I'm so blessed to have known Christine, I remember how much she lov end pizza, and how happy and full of life, trying to help others as well RIP my dear friend . . ."