Anne Watson ReDavid

Anne Watson ReDavid

January 14, 1932 - October 15, 2010

Anne Watson ReDavid

January 14, 1932 - October 15, 2010


Redavid, Anne Watson, 78, Of Chesterfield, Went To Be With The Lord On Friday, October 15, 2010. She Was Preceded In Death By Her Husband, Vincent A. Redavid And Is Survived By Step-Daughter, Susan Logan (Jeff); Nephew, James D. Watson; Niece, Eileen Fraedrich (Edward); Great-Nieces And Nephew, Megan, Lauren And Daniel Fraedrich; Sister-In-Law, Shirley Watson; Annes Beloved Bichon, Muffin And Many Cousins And Friends. The Family Will Receive Friends From 4 To 7 Pm On Tuesday At The Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. (Rt. 10). A Mass Of Christian Burial Will Be Held 11 Am Wednesday At St. Augustine Catholic Church. Interment To Follow At Dale Memorial Park. Flowers Are Welcome Or Contributions May Be Made To American Cancer Society, 4240 Park Place Ct., Glen Allen, Va 23060 Or St. Augustine Catholic Church, 4400 Beulah Rd., Richmond, Va 23237.

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4 responses to Anne Watson ReDavid

  1. Sally Flynn says:

    Please accept my sincere sympathy for your loss of dear Anne.
    She was a wonderful friend and inspiration to those who were blessed to know her. Anne’s wisdom, sense of humor, generoisty, and love for her family, friends and her beautiful little Bichon, Muffin will remain in my heart forever.

    Sally Flynn from the Bichon Bistro website

  2. Chris Wierer says:

    Anne will be so missed by so many people. She changed so many lives with her love, humor and caring heart. Her love of Bichons is how I met Anne and I will miss her so deeply. God speed Anne.

  3. May you rest in peace in Jesus until the day the angel blows his trumpet and calls you forth from the tomb.

  4. May you find the courage to face tomorrow in the love that surrounds you today. At this time of sorrow may these truths sustain you…..your loved one will always be as close as a memory and the God of all comfort is always as close as a prayer. It will be the little things that you will remember the quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter. And although it may seem hard right now, it will be the memory of these little things that help to push away the pain and bring the smiles back again. I have fought the fine fight, I have run the course to the finish, I have observed the faith.-2Timothy 4:7. As for me, I will lie down that I may sleep; I shall certainly awake, for Jehovah himself keeps supporting me. -Psalms 3:5

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