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Malinda Sue Watts,70, was born May 11,to Mr. Allen Griffin and Mrs. She was a resident of the Mississippi Gulf Coast of more than 50 years.
Watts, an Education, Community Leader, and overall inspiration to many, departed this life, Sunday, August 8, Watts was a graduate of John J. Jefferson High School- Class of It is important to note that Mrs. Watts completed her bachelor's Degree all while working as a Teacher's Assistant. This is the markings of a dedicated and committed lady. Watts was reared in the light of the United Methodist Church.
She was member of St. Watts was firmly committed to the great commission, and she worked diligently to ensure good health, economic stability, peace, and justice to God's peoples. In addition to her commitment, in faith, Mrs. Watts served her community civically, as a member of the Order of The Eastern Star.
Her communal reach far extended that of her church and local community. Watts impacted the lives of my children, parents, and teachers.
She was very instrumental in the Pilot Pre-K Forward program; a program intended to equip and prepare young children to be successful in grade school and beyond. There are numerous accolades and awards given to Mrs. Watts that speak to her commitment and dedication to her church and community, but the greatest of these were, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.
She is preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Hezzie Watts, Jr. Read Less. Plant Trees In Remembrance Honor a loved one by planting trees in their memory.
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