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Margie King Watts

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Margie King Watts died unexpectedly Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in Baton Rouge, La. She was born January 15, 1926 to the late Bob and Fay King. She was a native and resident of Arcadia, LA and a lifelong member of Alabama Baptist Church. Funeral services will be 11am Saturday November 20, 2010 at Alabama Baptist Church and burial will follow at the Alabama cemetery. She is survived by two daughters Betty Watts Nichols and husband John of Memphis, TN and Judith Watts Lanclos and husband Stephen of Baton Rouge, a son, Jeffrey L. Watts and wife Vickie of Kalamazoo, MI. Also survived by six grandchildren, Lara Sutton Simoneaux and husband Adam of Gonzales, LA, Clay Sutton of Bienville, LA, John Nichols and wife, Melissa of Greenville, SC, Dan Nichols of Memphis, TN, Eric and Danielle Watts of Kalamazoo, MI, five great-grandchildren, Kincaid Doogan of Gonzales, LA, Connor and Madison Sutton of Melbourne, Australia, Shelby and Delia Nichols of Greenville, SC. She is also survived by two sisters, Hazel Watts of Arcadia and Virgie Anglin of Athens, LA and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ray Watts, two grandchildren Angela and Brianna Watts, three brothers Nelson, Wilson and Garland King and three sisters Lucille King Holley-Peoples, Frances King and Annie B. King. Pallbearers will be John Christopher Nichols and Dan Nichols, Clay Sutton, Kincaid Doogan, Adam Simoneaux and Eric Watts. Margie will be remembered for her ability to “never meet a stranger” and her quick wit. Her laughter was infectious and she never ceased to amaze us. She will be deeply missed by all. Goodnight, Margie.

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