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Lila Mae Stewart
May 04, 1948 - June 17, 2013

Birthplace:  South, Carolina
Resided In:  Baltimore Maryland USA
Funeral Home:  Calvin B. Scruggs Funeral Home  More Info/Directions
Visitation:  June 27, 2013  More Info/Directions
Service:  June 28, 2013  More Info/Directions
Cemetery:  Baltimore Cemetery  More Info/Directions

LILA MAE WATSON-STEWART, daughter of the late Johnnie and Lizzie Watson, was born on May 4, 1948 in Andrews, South Carolina.

She graduated from Old Douglas High in 1966. She was a GNA at the University of Maryland and Dulaney Valley Nursing Home for over 15 years.

As one of God's children, Lila was converted and baptized at Christ Temple Church under the late Bishop Willard Sanders. She then moved on and joined Life Celebration Center under Bishop Michael Hannah and later joined Community Church of Christ, which she made her home under the late Bishop J. R. Jones. She served as a Missionary and was on the board. She served as Chaplain of the Old Town Mall Council. Lila always took time to visit her family and friends when hospitalized and never hesitated to pay her respects for people she didn't even know. She was given the nicknames ''Hospital Annie'' and ''Funeral Mary''. Her favorite nicknames, which she gave to herself, were ''Brick'', ''The Original Brick'' and ''Mae Brick''.

Besides loving the lord,Lila had a great love for her daughters, grandchildren, great-grands, family and friends. She also loved to talk, cook, and attend gospel shows.

She was united in Holy Matrimony to the late John Stewart who preceded her in death. From this union, they gave life to a son, Eugene Jones (deceased). Destiny Evans, Ivenia Kicthen, Johnnie Jr., Joseph and Lee Watson have also gone home to meet Christ.

Lila leaves to cherish her memory two daughters; L'tanya Lathan and Ivenia Jones, one sister; Elizabeth Gill (Freddie), four brothers; Ben, Tyson, Elijah, Curtis, two uncles, James Watson of Rochester NY and Sam Seward of Andrews, South Carolina, seven grandchildren; Jacquelynn, Tarsha, Nikita, Marquise, Darrin, Markita, and Mary, six great-grands; a devoted friend; John White, Goddaughter; Janie Pope, and a host of relatives and friends.   

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