WATTS, Doris Brown "Goot" a resident of Montgomery, Alabama passed away Sunday, May 30, 2021 at her residence. Graveside service will be held Saturday, June 12, 2021 - 1:00pm, Cannan Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, 2377 Butler Mill Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36105, visitation will be Friday, June 11, 2021 at Magnolia Cremations & Funeral Services until 7pm.
Doris Brown Watts , affectionately known as “Goot” peacefully departed this life , May 30, 2021, in her home. Born September 26, 1953 in Montgomery, Alabama, she accepted Christ as her Savior, and was a member of the Good Samaritan Missionary Baptist Church. She attended public school in Montgomery County. She retired from Kimball Furniture Production Incorporated after 25 years of perfect attendance. She was known for her witty personality that made everyone laugh. Her generosity and giving spirit was unmatched.
Doris was preceded in death by her mother Daisy Mae Brown, father Nathaniel Walter Sr.; three sisters Bobbie Price, Willie Pearl and Magnolia Walters; three brothers Willie Scott Jr., John and Nathaniel Walters Jr., and a life partner Sylvester Moore.
Doris leaves to cherish her memories, her sister and best friend Catherine Nelson, other devoted sisters Daisy Williams, Williemae (James) Taylor, Christine (William) Gardner, Shirley Jackson, Pauline Harris, Gloria Dale, Lacy and Tammy Walters all of Montgomery, Alabama; brothers Charles(Eula) Scott of Lakeland Florida, Michael (Linda) Walters of Shorter, Alabama, Anthony (Sherry) Walters , and Patrick Walters of Montgomery, Alabama. A devoted nephew Charlie (Marvine) Brown). She had no children of her own, but a great-nephew A’King Simmons “James Brown” was known as her baby, and always held a special place in her heart. Two god-daughters Nancy “Tamika” Brown and Ariel Williams. She had three special and devoted friends SanJanetta “Netta” Williams, Eddiemae Davis, and Gus “ Squirrel” Williams Jr. And a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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