Brenda Lea Watts, 58, of Bartlesville passed away on Sunday, November 17, 2019.
Brenda was born on January 30, 1961 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma to parents Jimmie Lee House and Eula Mae Krigbaum. She received her high school diploma from Bethany High School and after went to College Nazarene in Bethany.
Brenda was a star vocalist for Nazarene College, she had the opportunity to travel to Europe for the Nazarene College Singing Group. At a young age she had decided to move to New York City to work in Lambs Church as a missionary vocalist. Brenda was able to sing on the stage the play “Oklahoma” was wrote on. After being here for a little while she became homesick and decided to move home.
After moving home Brenda met Wayne Watts, they decided to get married in 1993 and adopted their 3 daughters. Brenda worked as a computer teacher at Metro Tech and IBM. After working there for several years, she became the accountant for Lost Creek Leather Company, where she remained until retirement. She enjoyed singing, church, driving around the lake and taking care of her dogs Toony and Bella. Above all these things she most importantly loved spending time with family and friends.
Brenda is preceded in death by her mother.
Brenda is survived by her loving husband of the home; three daughters, Katie, Kendra and Kara; 4 granddaughters, Hannah, Abby, Lucy, and Kamaya; brother, Tim and his wife Kim; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of friends.
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