SCARBOROUGH - Agnes Elfleda Plummer Watson, 95, longtime Scarborough resident, died Monday February 10, 2014 at the Guardian Center in Brocton, MA. She was born on June 16, 1918 in Scarborough a daughter of Ernest and Maude R. Berry Plummer. Agnes attended local schools and was co-salutatorian and 1936 graduate of Scarborough High School. She played piano and was a member of the school orchestra. At age 14 she began working at local bakery until it was closed during World War II- not being able to purchase sugar, butter, etc. Agnes then worked at a local grocery store as book keeper and check-out girl for several years. Later she worked as a clerk at West Scarborough Post office, resigning when she moved to Boston in 1957. During World War II she volunteered over 500 hours as a ground observer for the U.S.S.F Air Defense Team. She joined the West Scarborough United Methodist Church in 1934. She served as Girl Scout leader of the church sponsored troop and organist for several years until her marriage. In 1958 she married Albert S. Watson. Agnes was a member of Dunstan Grange for over 50 years and had been Lecturer and Treasurer She also belonged to Cumberland County Pomona Maine State Grange and National Grange. She had a collection of 200 miniature shoes, a hobby listed in the United Methodist magazine. This caught the attention of her future husband and they became pen pals. A month after their marriage she transferred her membership to Copley Church in Boston, which later became Old West United Methodist by a merger. She served as Treasurer of the Church United Methodist Women for over 22 years. In Boston she worked as book keeper at Raymond's Dept. Store and later Senior Clerk in Cash Management Dept. at New England Merchants National Bank. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, writing letters, baking, sewing, making many of her clothes. Since the moving to Scarborough a broken hip and other health problems prevented her from being very active. After more than 45 happy years or marriage, Mr. Watson died in 2003. She was also predeceased by her parents, a sister Ruth who died in infancy and two brothers, Dana and Leon Plummer. Survivors include three nieces, Patricia Plummer- Wilson, husband Stephen, their children Alexander, Nathaniel, and Emily of Stoughton, MA.; Rebecca Schmidt and husband Mark of Colwich, Kansas, Lisa Wickbodlt and husband Karl of Fort Smith, Arkansas ; two nephews Mike Plummer and wife Cabrini of Fredonia, Kansas, David Plummer and wife Elma of Wichita, Kansas; many cousins, including a special cousin Richard Plummer of Scarborough, who provided much help to Agnes during her husband's illness and after his death. Visitation will be held 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday February 16, 2014 at Conroy-Tully Crawford South Portland Chapel, 1024 Broadway, South Portland. A 2:00 p.m. Monday funeral service will be held at West Scarborough United Methodist Church, US Route One, Scarborough. Spring interment to be at Black Point Cemetery in Scarborough.Online condolences may be expressed below.