Lisa A. Watson nee Maggio, age 57, of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on March 19th, 2017

Watson, LisaLisa A. Watson nee Maggio, age 57, of Lombard, passed away March 18, 2017.

Visitation will be held Tuesday from 3 – 8 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main Street, Lombard.

Lisa is survived by her beloved husband, Hugh; her loving children, Holly (Patrick) Survance of Villa Park, Sean of Lombard, and Danny of Lisle; her cherished grandchildren, Emily and Penelope; her dear siblings, Michael Maggio and Sharon Kammerer; and many nieces and nephews.

Lisa is preceded in death by her brother, John Maggio.

Lisa was a daycare provider for 34 years.

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8 Comments so far ↓

  1. Pam Schau says:

    May God welcome her to His loving Kingdom and may he provide peace to those holding the wonderful memories of Lisa’s life. She was an incredible woman and I am so blessed to have known her.

  2. Lisa Baumann says:

    What a remarkable lady. Not only did she raise 3 wonderful children of her own, but nurtured countless others in her lifetime. I will forever be eternally grateful that she was a second mama to my daughter, Gretchen. I truly believe that this incredible women has left her mark down here on earth. My wish is that we can learn from her. To never judge people but to offer comfort, love and support for others. You have earned your angel wings lady! 🙂 Lastly, thank you so very much for raising such an incredible son Sean, who I know will take care of my daughter the way that you have taken care of countless others.

  3. Jeff Hollopeter says:

    Lisa was a very kind and sweet person and will be missed by so many. Rest in Peace Lisa.

  4. Roseann Stuker says:

    Johnny Maggio introduced me to Lisa when we were both pregnant. Because of that introduction, our daughters have been best friends since the day Holly Lolly was born. Thank you, Lisa, for giving my daughter the best gift anyone can give… the gift of friendship. Love to your entire family and God bless.

  5. Fran Cigna Genovese says:

    When I moved to Illinois, Lisa was my first Best friend from 6th grade until 8th grade. People who knew us were always surprised if one of us was outside without the other. I saw Lisa again when we were in our 20’s and then I moved to Naperville and lost touch. I’m so sorry to hear you are gone so young Lisa. I have many fond memories of our early years. May you rest in peace.

  6. Casey Tessler says:

    Lisa Watson was one of a kind. She was one of the most nurturing women I know. She was not only a second mom to my three kids, but also to me. I have never met a wonderful person like her in my life time. Lisa always had a smile on her face every morning when I would drop my kids off, and a smile when I would pick them up. She was so helpful and caring. I am going to miss her greatly. We love you Lisa. To her wonderful family you have taken in my kids like they were yours, for this I thank you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  7. Char Johnson says:

    Holly & family, I was saddened to hear of your mom’s passing. I remember how we would enjoy watching our daughters at dance competitions and fret that their costumes would be just right! Lisa was such a sweet caring person and will be remembered for those attributes. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.
    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves us memories no one can steal.

  8. Kathy Quinn says:

    I just learned of Lisa’s passing a few minutes ago by a mutual friend, Fran Cigna Genovese. I was good friends with Lisa in Jr. High and sorry we did not keep in touch over the years. I have fond memories of our friendship I my thoughts and prayers go to the family during this difficult time.

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