Rachel Watts Obituary, Death – Every day, I offer a prayer asking God to bless you and never take the spotlight off of you. An obituary with all of the relevant details will be published in a newspaper very soon. In the meantime, I pray that the warm rays of the sun light into your face. May they bring you comfort and peace. At three o’clock in the afternoon on Monday, April 10, guests are welcome to attend a graveside service that will be conducted at Penn Forest Natural Burial Park in Verona, Pennsylvania 15147.
The event will be place at the cemetery. 121 Colorado Street is the address of the cemetery in question. You are able to make memorial contributions to Rachel’s family by clicking on the link that is available above and is named “Donations.” Thank you for your generosity in this matter. I pray that the rains that fall over your lands will be kind, and that until the next time that we get together, God will hold you firmly in the palm of His hand and protect you from harm. I also pray that the rains that fall upon your lands will be kind.
My child will never forget the particular bond that he shares with you. You, Rachel Watts, are my second kid overall, following my first daughter as the younger sibling in the family. To put it simply, Rachel Ann Watts, you have a tremendous amount of importance for me. The first day of operation was March 7, 1992, and the last day of operation is April 4, 2023.
I sincerely wish and hope that whichever path you decide to take will eventually lead to fulfillment and success for you. Please, Lord, bestow upon her the benefit of everlasting rest, and may the splendor of your light shine brightly upon her. I pray that God gives her peace forever. My deepest condolences go out to you, Josh, as well as to anybody else who cared about her and was impacted by her loss as a result of her passing.