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Lynnette Watson-Jones

December 15, 1960 — February 25, 2022

Lynnette Marie Watson-Jones of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma passed away on February 25, 2022, at Wesley Regional Medical center in Wichita, Kansas at the age of 61. Lynn was born on December 15, 1960 in Riverside, California the daughter of Bruce Errol and Anna Marie Watson-Jones (Sharp).

Lynn was one of the most vibrant souls there was. She was mostly quiet around others, but when she was around those she was most comfortable with, her witty, fun, and enthusiastic side came out especially around her sister Cathie. She graduated from Broken Arrow High School class of 1978. She was very athletic while in high school and she was on the cheer team, softball team, and the basketball team putting 110 percent in everything she did.

After high school, she went to Northeastern State University art her IT Degree and while in college, she got offered an amazing opportunity to take a job that was an opportunity of a lifetime for a college student trying to get by. She worked as an IT Tech in Tulsa and worked for Sabre American Airlines which was incredible experience for her. She took night classes to finish her Bachelor degree and then eventually went to work for St. Johns in Tulsa. when she wasn't working or going to class, she loved to play on a coed; womans softball and volleyball team with her sisters, Cathie and Nancy. She loved to travel and take random trips up to Branson, MO to spend the day shopping and watching the shows. Lynnette was someone you could lean on when you're having a bad day and just need someone to talk to. Growing up, her and her sister Cathie used their imaginations for everything to make the most out of their day and have fun and as an adult she did the same. Lynn was a kid at heart and could make a boring day fun for everyone when she was around. The day she passed away, was the day the world lost the most beautiful soul.

She is survived by her family which ncludes her sister Cathie Million and husband Larry,companion; Don Myrick, brothers; David Jones and wife Tina and Ric Jones and wife Sue. As well as numerous family and friends she leaves behind.

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