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© The Stilwell Democrat Journal
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Submitted by: Jan Grooms

Nora Frances (Horton) Watts

Nora Frances (Horton) Watts
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Nora Frances (Horton) Watts, formerly of Van Buren, Missouri, was the daughter of the late Butis D. “BD” and Cloa Mae (Jackson) Horton, passed away at Circle of Life Hospice House in Springdale, Arkansas.

She graduated from Van Buren – Missouri High School with the class of 1953. Nora married to late Clifton Watts in October 1968.

Nora was preceded in death by her husband: Clifton Watts, brothers: Carroll Ray Horton, Edward Leon Horton, Jackson Walter Horton, sisters: Genola Jane Horton and Gladys Marlene (Horton) Parker.

She is survived by one sister: Alice (Horton) Deese, 14 nieces and nephews, two step-granddaughters Tommie Ruth Stone of husband Tim of Oxford, Miss. and Cheri Watts of Conroe, Texas.

Arrangement by Roberts & Hart Chapel, Westville. 

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