Rachel Watts Obituary, Death – Rachel Watts, who resided in Pipersville, Pennsylvania, went away unexpectedly in the early hours of Monday, July 4, 2011, four years after receiving a cancer diagnosis. At that time in her life, she had just turned 22 years old. Rachel was born in Abington, Pennsylvania, on February 18th, and her birthday is also on February 18th. Rachel’s birthday falls on the 18th of February.
She received her high school graduation in 2007 from Central Bucks East High School, where she studied throughout her high school years. We won’t soon forget her large, glittering blue eyes or the carefree way that she lived her life. Both will remain in our memories forever. She is someone who will live on in our remembrances for the rest of our lives.
A huge yellow butterfly fluttered into our home on the day that she passed away, and it lingered there for a substantial length of time; seeing it brought back memories of the beautiful beauty that she possessed. She had a deep affection for her family, but she also had a lot of enthusiasm for the performing arts, movies, music, and popular culture in general.
Her family was her first passion. Her warm and kind personality, in addition to her one-of-a-kind sense of humor, will be enduring components of her legacy, and future generations will remember them fondly. Rachel was liked and valued by her mother’s side of the family in all of the roles that she performed within the clan, including those of daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend.
These roles included: daughter, grandchild, sister, niece, cousin, and friend. Her parents, Joseph Watts and Danielle Radick Watts, together with her brothers, Joseph Jr. and Christopher, and her younger sister, Olivia, are the ones who will carry on her legacy once she is gone. Her maternal grandparents, John and Nancy Watts, as well as her paternal grandparents, Joseph and Barbara Radick, along with the rest of her extended family in Bucks County, which includes the Watts, Radicks, Achuffs, Stouts, and Lynns, will miss her terribly and will continue to cherish her for the rest of their lives.
Her grandparents were John and Nancy Watts. Her maternal grandparents were Joseph and Barbara Radick. Bucks County is where her grandparents were born and raised. Rachel had, at long last, reached the destination that brought her the most contentment. A memorial ceremony for her will be held on July 11 between the hours of 9 and 11 in the morning at the Shelly Funeral Home, which is located in Plumsteadville at the intersections of Easton and Keller’s Church roads. The Shelly Funeral Home can be found in Plumsteadville at the crossroads of Easton and Keller’s Church roads. At the completion of the funeral ceremony, the body will be transported to the St. John Neumann Cemetery to be laid to rest.