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Susan Watts

September 6, 1949 - May 8, 2012

Susan Watts, 62, passed away on May 8, 2012. She was born on September 6, 1949 to Wells and Carmen Watts in Sunset, Utah. Susan graduated from Clearfield High School.She worked for the State of Utah, IRS and Davis School District as a bus driver assisting special needs children. In 2001 Susan was endowed in the Bountiful Temple. She was an active member of the LDS church. She was a giving person willing to help anyone who was in need. Susan is survived by her four sisters: Jacqueline Allen, Denise Page, Patricia Thorpe and Michele Gooch. She is also survived by 12 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents. Please send us your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Timeline for Susan Watts

Born: September 6, 1949
Died: May 8, 2012

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Suzanne Hope posted on 5/21/12

I was so shocked when I read of Susans passing. I was looking through the obituarys on another friends passing and seen the obituary of Susan, I feel so bad as I would have came, to her services. She was a High School friend of mine and I also worked with her at Davis Schools Transportation, She was always such a pleasant person and always so friendly and she will be missed, May you now, rest in peace, Susan. My sincere sympathy to all your family.

 

Shannon West posted on 5/17/12

I was so sorry to hear of Susan's passing! She was a very sweet person and I enjoyed working with her at Lewis Stages. She was very helpful when I started working with her on bus moves... She will be missed.

 

Janette Spencer Sprankle posted on 5/15/12

"Just wanted to say that my best friend, Mardell Green and her family lived in Sunset as neighbors to the Watts family in early grade school. Whenever I went over to the Green's, it seemed Sue was always there to play with as well. Sue's birthday was a day apart from Mardell's, and they would share birthday parties. Later in life,...around 1971, Sue and I worked together at Equitable Life and Casualty Insurance Company in Salt Lake on 4th South. We carpooled with another young lady at that time. Sue had a new Plymouth Duster,...she was so proud of it and she loved it! We just connected not too long ago on Facebook. I invited her to lunch a couple of times, but it didn't work out. I am sorry it didn't.I remember Sue as always smiling too! I don't think I ever saw a temper on her. Rest in Peace and whoop it up, up there! I can imagine the reunion with good friends that went before you and your parents and other family members. Oh, and say 'Hi' to Marjorie and Udell Green for me,....they always said I was their 'other' daughter!

 

Barbara DeMonge Colemere posted on 5/14/12

MY prayers and thoughts are with all of Susan's family and friends. I went to school with Susan, we graduated together from Clearfield High. She was always so friendly and she always had a smile. I am sure the good Lord is with her now. Rest well dear Susan.

 

Elaine Tharp posted on 5/13/12

I remember playing softball with Susan in my youth. We called her "squatts". If my memory serves me right she was a pretty good catcher. Sorry to hear of her passing.

 

CD (Carolyn) DeMonge posted on 5/12/12

Many years ago in my youth I really enjoyed playing softball with Susan at the Sunset Park. We won the Championship with Susan Colledge, Debbie Wood, Ora and Carl Clayton and others....it was and still is a lasting memory for me. Also I had the great opportunity of golfing with Susan...that girl could drive a ball further than most men. Because of Susan I still enjoy golfing today. Thank you for your friendship you will always have mine.

 

Cami Hendrix posted on 5/10/12

Susan left the same impression on everybody who was priveledged to have known her. She never had children but she gave the love that a mother would to everybody she knew. A woman who was always there with a positive outlook regardless what she was going through at any given time. Susan was the kindest person I have ever known. She will be missed tremendously and remembered always, by me and everybody who knew her. I love you Susan, RIP. Your friend always, Cami xoxoe

 

Stephanie Carlisle posted on 5/10/12

Susan, I am so sad that we didn't get to go to the temple together. You have always been so kind to me and I am glad that I let you know that I loved you. Thanks for always calling to ask me how the kids were. You are such a beautiful person. I know that your Heavenly Father is proud of you and was so happy to have you home. I will miss our phone calls. You truely touched my heart dear lady. I know that you are happy. I will miss you and look forward to seeing you again. Love always,Stephanie Carlisle

 

Ann Child posted on 5/10/12

I was shocked when I heard that Susan had passed away. I am so sorry to hear the news. I was a friend through David School District. I worked with the Special needs children. I wasn't on her bus, but we saw each other alot. I want her siblings to know that I will be thinking of the family during those hard times. I will be out of town and won't be able to attend. But, know that my thoughts and prayers are with everyone. God bless you all.Love, Ann C.

 

Terry Wendt posted on 5/10/12

Aloha Susan, my friend. So glad I talked to you on Friday May 4. We talked and laughed about Kathy being with all her dogs in heaven. Gosh, not knowing that you would be joining her and all your family and the dogs. I will miss your calls to me. You wanted to come and visit me in February, but God had other plans. Now, you can see me from above , so you see, my friend, you did come to Hawaii. Thank you for being a wonderful friend. I know that you are happy now. As I always told you, life is to short, and we are not promised tomorrow. Aloha nui loa my friend until we meet again. To all Susan family, I send you my love and prayers. God Bless you all.

 

Jamie Adams posted on 5/10/12

I will miss you my friend. But I do know that you are with many friends and family rejoicing. You will never be alone. That gives all those who know and love you great comfort. To all Susan's family members may you find comfort at this difficult time. God Bless you all. And Susan... I will miss you my friend until we meet again.

 

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