Luella Elizabeth Sherfield Watts © Cheyenne Star 13 Jan 1996 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Luella Elizabeth Sherfield Watts, 69, died Saturday, January 13, 1996.
Services were at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Wheeler, with the Rev. Ralph Hovey, retired Baptist minister of Mobeetie and the Rev. M. B. Smith, retired Baptist minister of Pampa, Texas officiating.
Burial was in Wheeler Cemetery, Wheeler, Texas directed by Wright Funeral Home of Wheeler.
She was born at Poteau, Oklahoma.
She married Edwin Watts in 1947.
She was a longtime resident of Wheeler County.
She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, of Amarillo; two sons, Richie Watts of Hammon, Oklahoma; and Jerry Bob Watts of Wheeler; three daughters, Linda White of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; Nancy Patterson of Groom; and Amy Carter of Amarillo; her mother, Myrtle Sherfield Deen of Tulsa, Oklahoma; a brother James Sherfield, Jr. of Sand Springs, Oklahoma; three sisters, Mabel Ferguson and Chene Baby, both of Tulsa; and Nell Edward of Hale Center, Texas; eleven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
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