David Paul Watson
October 10, 1949 - June 16, 2019
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David Watson, 69, of St. Clair, Missouri, went to heaven, June 16th, 2019. He was born October 10th, 1949 in Sullivan, Missouri. David graduated from St. Clair High School and attended two years at East Central College He also served in the United States Navy for four years. He was married to Judy Watson on…

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dpwjaw5@gmail.com left a message on December 29, 2019:
Judy Watson Christmas 2019-- Our first Christmas apart is a heavy load to bear. I will always love and miss you till we meet again.
Judy Watson left a message on November 13, 2019:
November 28, 2019--Our first anniversary that we have spent apart. I love you as I always have and that will never change. Death took the body, God took the soul, My mind holds the memories, My heart keeps the love, My faith lets me know we will meet again. Happy Anniversary darling, forever yours. Judy
Judy Watson left a message on November 13, 2019:
November 28, 2019--Our first anniversary that we have spent apart. I love you as I always have and that will never change. Death took the body, God took the soul, My mind holds the memories, My heart keeps the love, My faith lets me know we will meet again. Happy Anniversary darling, forever yours. Judy
Judy Watson left a message on June 27, 2019:
Judy Watson David was my gift from God. He made my life complete from the first time we met. We spent 48 years laughing, crying, working, playing and praying together. We were never apart. He had the sweetest personality and kept me going thru the tough times with his laughter and positive attitude. I miss you , my love, but I am so thankful God put us together and we will meet again in Heaven.
Geraldine Flora left a message on June 23, 2019:
Dear Judy and girls, I'm so very, very sorry for your loss. My memories of David are such good memories. We worked together for many years and he was always an awesome friend. My heart was so heavy when I heard of his stroke and his death especially. Please know that I send my love and prayers to you all at this time.
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Kathy Nevills left a message on June 22, 2019:
Judy, Crystal and Vanessa, there are no words to express my deep sorrow, for David was a wonderful Big Brother and will always be remembered for his caring compassionate life. And as Lynn said to me, we know where he is and will see him again because of or Faith in Jesus Christ! Love you all, Kathy
Karen Butts left a message on June 22, 2019:
When I think of my Uncle David I see his smile. I never remember a time that I ever saw him that he wasn't wearing it. He was full of information or interesting facts or fun stories. I wasn't around him a lot but this is how I remember him. And no matter what he was talking about, he wore that smile. I was able to visit with him and my Aunt Judy just 10 days before he left us. How familiar it was to listen to him talk and to see his smile. I'm so thankful I had the opportunity to visit with him that day and have my memories strengthened to last even longer now. My heart is with my Aunt Judy and his entire family who loved him dearly.
Deborah Huff left a message on June 21, 2019:
I am so sorry to read about David. He was an awesome person. My favorite memory of David was the time he was delivering furniture to my house. I worked in St. Louis at the time so we left the door open for him. Next thing I know my phone is ringing at work and David is calling me. One of my daughters had used the iron before leaving for school and had left it on. This was years before they had irons that turned themselves off. He was so sweet to call me to see if I wanted him to turn it off. How many people do you know that would take the time to do that? Not many. He was very special and he will be greatly missed.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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