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I will never forget Rev Jim and Daisy Watts. They came to our little eastern Kentucky church to help with bible school in 1968. He led me to Christ that summer at the age of 8 and also my sister Brigitte at the age of 6. I remember Daisy as a sweet, pretty lady that always looked like sunshine. She was beautiful and Rev Jim had kind eyes and explained Jesus to me in a way that no one had

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Posted by: Rita Slone Miracle - Phelps, KY   Jan 29, 2013

A great pastor called home.

I thank my God upon every remembrance of you.

Posted by: Steve Lynn    Jan 03, 2011

Daisy, Thelma and Jim Jr.,

I have wonderful memories of you and Uncle Jim visiting us at the farm near Cromwell and then our trips to your place in Livermore and I think, Morganfield?. There was the all day trip to the Mammoth Cave, and of course, the tractor incident on the farm.

His sermons and stories and jokes (yours too Jim Jr.) were always enjoyable to hear.

I'm so glad to have spent a little time with you and Uncle Jim this past May.

May your fond memories ease the sorrow.

Alan and Fe

Posted by: Alan Watt - Nephew   Jan 03, 2011

Mrs. Daisy, We are so sorry for your loss but it is definitely heaven's gain. He was a dedicated servant of God. We still cherish the memories of spending the weekend with you when I preached at Fed's Creek. We have been busy this weekend and could not get to the funeral home to visit with you and the family. You and the family are in our prayers. May God comfort you during your loss.
Alton (Doc) & Marquita Crowe

Posted by: Alton & Marquita Crowe - Beaver Dam, KY - friends   Jan 03, 2011

Mrs. Daisy & family,

Been praying for you. I have always had so much respect for Bro. Watt. He certainly contributed to my growth as a Christian, while he was at Livermore. He was something! I remember so many stories. One he told he was asked what he thought about women wearing make-up. He replied, "I think every old barn looks better with a coat of paint". Then there was the sermon title he 'borrowed', "Sin always takes you farther than

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Posted by: Lynn & Craig Walker - Livermore, KY   Jan 03, 2011

Kenny and I would like for you to know we are very sorry for your loss. I know you girls loved him dearly. I didn't know him but from listening to Kelly, he must have been a great Christian person. We will be praying for you all.
Kenny and Anna

Posted by: Kenny and Anna Lindsey - Friends of the grandaughter   Jan 02, 2011

We are so sorry to read of Uncle Jim's passing. Also, that we cannot
be there during this difficult time.
He certainly lived what he preached.
Please know you are in our hearts.
We are here for winter months. Will be in touch when we return
in April.
We love you, Andy & Wanda

Posted by: Charles "Andy" & Wanda Anderson - Rancho Mirage, ( Palm Spri, CA - nephew by marriage   Jan 02, 2011

Jim, Jr. & Family;

We were so sorry to read about the passing of your father. He was a great Christian pastor just like his son is. Please tell Daisey and Pat and all of the children and grandchildren they are all in our prayers.

God Bless You All.

Bob & Peggy

Posted by: Bob & Peggy Speer - Hawesville, KY - Friends   Jan 02, 2011

Your family is in our prayers.

Posted by: Brian Summers - Friend   Jan 02, 2011

A light that will never cease to glow.

Posted by: Allison Summers - Friend   Jan 02, 2011