|ALICDENA TURNEY WATTS OBIT
© The Bakersfield Californian
9 March 2004
Submitted by: Sandi Carter
ALICDENA TURNEY WATTS
1/22/1926 - 3/5/2004
Known to family and friends as Dena, died Friday, March 5, 2004, Saint Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Dena was born and raised in Oklahoma and moved to Bakersfield, California where she resided in 1970. She then moved back to Oklahoma where she lived until her death. While living in Bakersfield, CA, she worked at Memorial Hospital in the labor and delivery ward.
Dena was loved by all and will be missed. She is survived by her husband, Wilburn D. Watts of Oklahoma; her three daughters, Guin Gunning, Melba Lee and husband, Wes Brogdon and Jannie and husband, Don Perry. She leaves behind her grandchildren, Dianna and Jon Grady, Terri and Dave Graff, Shavaler and Richard Crawford, Garry Perry, Darren Oxford; and four great grandchildren, Sadie Crawford, Meranda Graff, Jamie and Jade Grandy and numerous other relatives and friends.
Bishop Funeral Services McAlester, Oklahoma
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