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6934 South Western Avenue
PO Box 891320
Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Phone: 405-634-1439
Fax: 405-634-3753
Linda Wattie

Linda Wattie

Sunday, October 9th, 1949 - Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to the Alzheimer's Association 6601 Broadway Ext #120, Oklahoma City, OK 73116

Linda Jean Wattie (Hill), 70, of Moore, passed away Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at Integris Southwest Medical Center. Linda was born October 9, 1949 to Roy Hill and Esther Haley in Oklahoma City. Linda graduated from U.S. Grant High School in 1967 and began working for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. On August 4, 1968 Linda married the love of her life, Phillip Wattie and over the years, they were blessed with 3 daughters, Terri, Christi and Staci. Linda worked hard to support her family. She worked with Southwestern Bell for over 31 years until her retirement in 1999. She also worked as a receptionist at Moore Public Schools Special Needs Administration from 2005 to 2011. Linda was an amazing, loving and supportive wife, mother, grandmother & great-grandmother. Throughout her life, you could always find her at an athletic event watching her children and grandchildren play, as she loved being a part of their success in whatever their passion.

She was preceded in death by her
Father, Roy Hill,
Mother, Esther Haley.

She leaves as her legacy
Husband, Phillip Wattie,
Daughters, Terri Kammerzel and husband Johnney
Daughter, Christi Wattie
Daughter, Staci Wattie
Sister, Billie Carol Johnson
Two grandchildren, Ian Kammerzel, Eryn Davis and husband Zach Davis
Two great-grandchildren Wyat & Everly Davis;
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    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 2:00pm
    South Lakes Chapel
    4000 S.W. 119th
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Carol Howard

Posted at 11:58am
Phil, so Sorry to hear of your loss, I am praying for you and your family! Just a short memory of mine but you were the first boy I kissed at my birthday party you came to at my house on 35th & S Hudson, now I am 70 years old and a widow also! So sad how life turns out BUT GOD is good and wE have MANY blessings! May you find peace and happiness!
Your OLD friend Carol Pritchard Howard ❤️

Barbara Ewing

Posted at 05:16pm
You will always live in my heart. I love you!!

Mike Shingleton

Posted at 02:16pm
Phil, I am so sorry, I made a huge mistake and didn’t proof read my post before I sent it!
The word should be is ,”NOW IN PARADISE”, I hit the letter t and not w.
I was so nervous and my hands shake because I have Severe Body tremor in my Right Hand.
God knows what is meant to type, my shaking hand hit the wrong key, and I did proof read the post because I had hoped that you might read it before the service today!
So once again from a 70 year old sick man in Seattle, may God bless you today, and keep you strong,
After all these years Phil you still the QUARTERBACK!
Thanks for understanding and again Phil, I apologize!


Mike Shingleton

Posted at 02:01pm
Phil, my Thoughts & Prayers are with you and your family today! I wish I could have attended the service this afternoon, but since we live in Seattle I couldn’t make it. Be strong and be thankful for over 50 years that you and Linda had together. Remember all the great times that she was your ‘“Cheerleader from the “Other High School!” all through you life, and the lives of your children,
and Grandchildren. Left God be the “Lifter of your head” during the tuff time ahead. Have a friend that believes in God,
And ask him to pray for you, and your family every day. I saw that both of Linda’s parents are living, and please tell that they had a great daughter, that was a great wife, mother, and grandmother. Over 1/2 the people in America get divorced! I am part of that statistic. You and Linda stayed together since High School, and I just found out that she worked for the Phone Company, as her only employer since 67.
Phil you were a great friend to me, and I Remember all the wild & crazy 😝 fun times that had with Carl Benton, the 3 Amigos
The trip that your parents to us to The American Indian Exposition, one summer in Anadarko, I can remenber like it was just
Last Summer. It felt to me like when had gone back in time before Oklahoma had become a state, and we got a glance to see what the Indians really lived like before the “White Man” came in and took the red dirt land of plenty away from them.
We got to Chebon, and Norman dance, and I was proud they were are friends and had so much talent that I had not seen before.
I’m still Facebook Friends with Chebon, and own some of his art!
Phil, I remember Julie Rawski and I double dating with you and Linda when you first starting her.
Did Julie fix you up with Linda on your first date? I can remember driving over to her house, in my 55 Chevrolet Bellaire
2 door hardtop, White Roof over Turquoise body, man I wish I still that great old car, even though I had a 6cyl, 2 speed Trans.
and you were nervous about having to meet her Dad. Was that your first date with the, “Good looking Cheerleader from Grant?”
Phil I wish I could be there to give you a big hug, tell you I love you, pray with you!

Call Keith, he always has a dirty joke of the Day. I know that he loves you too!
May God Bless you and both Families, and hold you close to know that Linda is having no more pain, and
She is not at rest with him in Paradise!
Warmest regards from one your oldest friends since 4th grade, go Lafayette Ravens, and Capitol Hill Redskins class of 1967!

Mike Shingleton

Steve St Cyr

Posted at 01:09pm
Linda was such a sweet and loving lady who always had a smile on her face and we spent many days and years together watching the girls play softball and basketball together she will be truly missed

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