Helen Elizabeth Jump Watson

Helen Elizabeth Jump Watson, born 11-30-1954, was welcomed home to Heaven by the angels on 3-25-17, to be with her Lord and Savior. Helen was a beautiful woman, loving mother, caring sister, and devoted friend. She was a resourceful woman, an amazing cook and baker, and an immaculate housekeeper. Her laugh and smile would light up her entire face and those around her. She will be forever missed by the loves of her life, her children, Stacie Jump, partner Kandice, Joshua Reno, Courtney Farrell, Ryan Farrell, and Jonathan Watson; her husband, Drew Watson and her grandson that she adored, Dane McCallion. In addition, she leaves behind her siblings which include; Evelyn Dunham, Pamela Kelly, Barbara Morrow, husband Aaron, David Jump, wife Susan, Joey Slaten, wife Tilly, Kimberly Lynn, husband Rob, and Osie Slaten, numerous nieces and nephews, as well as great nieces and great nephews. Services will be as follows: Visitation will be from 6 pm to 8 pm Wednesday, 3-29-17 at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, TX. A Graveside Service will be officiated by Deacon Robby Stephens on Thursday, 3-30-17 at 10:00 am Forest Park East in Webster, TX.
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  1. Dear Family of Mrs. Helen Watson,

    My most sincere condolences for the loss of your wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. May God’s word at this most difficult time give you much needed comfort and guidance. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4; John 5:28,29)

  2. All the angels lined the streets of gold with opened their arms to welcome my sister home. No more pain and no more suffering. Go find Momma and hug her for me. Love you forever, Barbara

    Barbara Jump Morrow
  3. Helen was a beautiful woman from the inside out. You fought so hard for so long. Rest with with Angels my sweet friend. I can only imagine how glorious it is for you in heaven..
    Love you Always 💗

    Patti Suhre
  4. Helen, you were a wonderful sister and friend. We will love you, miss you and think of you everyday. Tell momma we said hey.

    David & Susan

  5. Ms Helen, you were one of the most kind and strongest women I’ve ever met. As a friend of your kinds, we had only met a handful of times over the past 14 years but you were always kind to me and whether you remembered me or not, you would always smile and conversate with me. I know over the years you were in a lot of pain and it hurts everyone to have to say goodbye but I’m glad you are finally home and pain free. As a mother, I know you will continue to watch over and do your best to guide your family in their times of need. You will be terribly missed Ms Helen but one day we will all meet again. On that day, I’m sure we will have a grand reunion and you can tell us the most wonderful stories and show us an amazing new life.

    Until we meet again,
    Jennie ❤

    Jennifer Nichols
  6. Had many good laughs over the years. Rest in peace. Love you .

    Aaron Morrow
  7. Dear Grandma, all these known 12 years, I’ve decided to say that no matter what you say, you will always be the love of my life. Your spirit makes me laugh, my nightmares end because of you! I love you so much and I just can’t leave you, if I’m stressed, you end it because of your kind, loving heart. So here’s a poem I wrote

    You are the love of my life
    I want to hug you so tight
    And if I am stressed, you just end it,
    Because I love you.
    Love from your grandson, Dane

  8. I miss you so much


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