Elizabeth Anne Watt

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  • "My dear Aunt Beth Anne! So many memories i will have for..."
    - Rebekah Watt
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    - Dennis Smith
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    - Sarah-Sally
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    - Tommy
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Beth-Anne Watt was born in Berkeley, California on October 12, 1946, and passed away on November 15, 2011 at the age of 65.

Although she was raised from North Carolina to Colorado and New York to Texas, Beth-Anne got back to California as quickly as she could and has spent the last 40+ years in the northern half of the state.

Beth-Anne was an artist both on canvas and in her loving and optimistic concern for all living beings.

As an artist, her introspective nature and lifetime study of the human spirit shaped the intensity and vibrancy of her paintings.

She devoted her career to helping developmentally challenged individuals, was an inspiration to clients and staff, and used art and music to brighten and enliven a workplace where she not only supervised, but super-cared.

This unlimited compassion extended to an unconditional love of animals that was clearly evidenced by her devotion to her precious dogs and cats.

"Art completes what nature cannot bring to a finish. The artist gives us knowledge of nature's unrealized ends" ~ Aristotle

Beth-Anne is survived by her daughter, granddaughter, 2 great-granddaughters, mother, five siblings and many nieces and nephews from all over Texas, and close friends and "family" in California. Her departure creates a gap in the lives and hearts of all who knew her, loved her and will miss her tremendously.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

Published on yourconroenews.com from Nov. 17 to Nov. 30, 2011