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Vivian Spradlin

December 17, 1967 — January 3, 2016

Vivian Watson Spradlin, age 48, of Oxford, Indiana, passed away Sunday  January 3, 2016.

She was born on December 17, 1967 in Oneida, Tennessee to Luther “Luke” Watson and the late Ruth Watson.

Vivian is preceded in death by her mother Ruth Wastson; step mother Phyllis Watson; and her brother Lester Winchester.

Surviving family include her father Luther “Luke” Watson; husband Carl Spradlin; children Jodi Watson, Luke Watson and wife Tiffany, Steven Watson, Jacob Watson, Jessica Foster, and Karl Foster; brothers and sister Ann Foster, Susan Watson, Frances Crabtree, Joyce Foster, Roger Foster and Arnold Foster, Glenna Claire, Virginia Stetler, Ronnie Winchester, Pete Winchester, Mary Shuee, Debbie Logsdon, Steve Winchester, David Foster, and Becky Branscum. Also surviving is her six grandchildren that she loved dearly Kira Watson, Desiree Watson, Kendal Grace Whitehead, Tatum Watson, Wyatt Watson, and Paisley Watson.

Vivian married Carl on April 2, 1989 in Cooperative, Kentucky. She attended the Resurrection Life Christian Church before moving to Oxford to take care of her father Luke thru his illness. Vivian loved taking care of her flowers and her family. Her heart grew for her grandchildren and always loved to make people laugh.

Funeral service will be Thursday January 7, 2016 at 3:00pm in the chapel of the Pine Knot Funeral home with burial to follow in the Angel Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Thursday from 12 noon until funeral time. Pine Knot Funeral Home is assisting the family of Vivian Watson Spradlin with her funeral arrangements.

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