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Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

James Allen Watson

James Allen Watson
February 8, 1986 ~ June 13, 2020

James Allen Watson, 34, died June 13, 2020. He was born February 8, 1986 in Chickasha, OK. He was a graduate of Yukon High School and Tulsa Welding School, and worked as a custom welder at Urban Ironcraft. He loved to fish, travel, make art, and spend time with his friends and family.

James loved his people fiercely and considered many of his friends as family. He will especially be missed by Isaiah Jaramillo, who James considered a nephew.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Mitchell and Linda Housh, grandfather, James Watson, and aunt, Shirley Watson. Survivors include three sisters, Emily Yanda and husband Dean, Kaitlyn Niles and husband James, and McKenzie Case and husband Josh; grandmother, Nancy Watson; nephew, Ayden Yanda; and niece, Ella Yanda.

Services will be Saturday, June 20, 11:00am at First Baptist Church of Bethany. 

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