Patricia Sue Watts

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ARLINGTON -- Patricia Sue Watts, 92, passed away on Monday, July 28, 2014. Celebration of Life: Visitation from 6:00 - 8:00 pm on Wednesday and funeral at 11:00 am on Thursday at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, followed by a graveside service at Moore Memorial Gardens, Dr. Larry Calvin officiating. Patricia was born October 18, 1921, in Holden, LA, to Foster Warren Roberts and Annie Belle Roberts. A Dallas resident since 1951, she was a member of several Baptist Churches over the years, as well as a dedicated philanthropist. She volunteered at many Senior Centers and the Methodist Hospital in Dallas. Patricia had various jobs throughout her life, including beautician and florist, but she was better known to her family, friends, and community as a happy, caring, and truly beautiful person. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Marilyn Sue Watts, in 2007. Survivors: Son, Frederick Lee Watts, Jr. and wife Bernadette; daughter, Patricia Gail Watts Stevens and husband Grant; grandchildren, Rebecca and her husband Will, Jenny and her husband Matt, Collin, Mary, and Clara; great-grandchildren, Evelyn and Sean; and countless other family members, friends, and admirers. Wade Family Funeral Home

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  1. What a perfect picture of you…as I will always remember you. Hair perfectly coiffed, flawless makeup and dressed to the nines! I know you are free from suffering and dancing in Heaven with Suzy today and for that I am rejoicing. I will always remember the time Cher and I took you out for your birthday…to Bolsa over in the “revived” historic district in Oak Cliff. We sat at the bar…on bar stools and you were in your 80’s and super cute! The last time I saw you was at your apt in Arlington. You treated Cher and I to lunch and then treated the entire dining room to some of your nostalgic piano tunes. I will always remember your pretty home on Jefferson and your ability to make something so beautiful out of silk flowers. I have a fall basket that you made for me that comes out every September and stays out until November. It is a treasure to me…and this year it will be extra special.
    I look forward to seeing you again one day in the light of Heaven. I know you and Suzy will be at the gate when I arrive. Until then I know you will be making beautiful music and praising Our Savior all the day long! Love you Pat…happy to have gotten to know you through the years. You are a beautiful soul and I’ll not forget you…ever. Susanna

  2. pat will be remembered with love and laughter. Always seemed to smile no matter what the difficulties. Awesome lady.

  3. HI Mother, This has been a hard week for me without you and Susie and Daddy. Maybe because it all happened in one week. From last Sunday, the 23 … the actual day you passed, until Monday July 31. That was the last day I got to hold your hand and see my brother. I hope your at the house you dreamed of, that was all lite up with golden lights all the way up the driveway to the golden house, where they were having an estate sale … of course. I remember you telling me all about it. How Susie had to go some where and waved to you from the car and said she would be right back. You went in the house and say a table you wanted to buy but it was too expensive. So you continued to walk around the house until you found the step down conversation area of the house. You stepped down into the conversation area and saw 2 golden birds in a golden cage. The birds were talking to each other in English and you understood every word. And how amazed you were. Those are the things I remember that make me happy and to know your happy now as well. Thank you for coming last Sunday. The encouragement you give me when times are low. Skipping down the walkway sideways and saying hop up, hop up, hop up. Snapping your fingers and smiling from ear to ear. I know where to look for you, Susie and Daddy. Thank you and the creator for that gift. Isn’t it amazing that I can’t see one of you without the other two. That always touches my heart and comforts me. So for now I love you all always. and I’ll never forget.

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