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Vesta K. Pyatt Watts
© Cheyenne Star
10 Jan 1985
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Vesta K. Pyatt Watts, 80, of 3421 Concord, Amarillo, Texas died January 10, 1985.
Services were held Monday, January 14, 1985 at the Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home Chapel.
Burial services were held at the Plano Cemetery, Amarillo, Texas.
Mrs. Watts was born in Missouri and lived the past 12 years in Amarillo.
She was a teacher in Cheyenne, Oklahoma for approximately 17 years.
She worked in the State Department of Education at the Capitol in Oklahoma City for 25 years, retiring in 1972.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Kingfisher and a member of the American Association of Retired Persons.
Mrs. Watts was survived by a brother, L. E. "Brownie" Pyatt, 3421 Concord, Amarillo, Texas 79190; and a sister, Bessie Turner of Sacramento, California.


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