Sarah Watts

     A band of angels were dispatched from their Heavenly
home to the Hazard Appalachian Regional
Healthcare Center on Thursday, September 15, 2005.
There, a very special angel was ready to go to her Heavenly
home.
     Sarah Fields Watts, the daughter of the late Mark and Mallie Caudill Fields, passed away on
September 15, 2005 at the Hazard Hospital. She was born on August
23, 1925, being 80 years and 23 days of age at the time of her passing.
Surviving are one son: Robert Watts; and eight daughters: Lynette
Brossoit, Deborah Couch, Connie Caudill, Linda Bates, Teresa Profitt,
Paula Adams, Melissa Sexton, and Marquita Bailey. Also, surviving
are four brothers: Glen Fields, Eugene Fields, Mark Fields and
Lyndon Fields; three sisters: Sophia Back, Mag Rehahn and Reda
Adams; and 19 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Sarah
was preceded in death by one son, Louwayne Dixon, one daughter,
Sharon Sue Dixon, and one grandson, Jamie Lee Caudill.
     A more humble person could not be found, for Mother loved everyone.
Although Mom would have told us not to grieve so hard, she
knew that we would. No one can fill her place in our hearts and lives.
She was such a precious mother, she was always there for us and
made sure we were always taken care of. She loved the Lord and
made sure us kids knew of his love and forgiveness. She worried
about everyone and prayed always for her family and church.
In August of 2005, when we had our foot washing at the Mt.
Olivet Church, (Mom’s home church), Mom kneeled at my feet, even
though she wasn’t able, and washed my feet. I will cherish this
memory always. This is not goodbye, for she waits up yonder, where
we all shall meet again on those Heavenly Shores.

     Written by her loving and broken hearted daughter,
     Marquita Bailey.

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