Reverend Clarence (Bo) Watts was born on October 28, 1966 in Culpeper, Virginia to Clarence Coward and Jessie Watts who both preceded him in death. After the death of his mother, Bo was raised in Dade City, Florida by Alice M. Cowart and James D Cowart. He worked with Department of Juvenile Justice and later began working for Withlacooche Electric as an Journeymen and Lineman. He graduated from PHS and later attended Life Christian University and received his Masters Degree in Pastoral Ministry in 2016. Bo never knew strangers and would always find a way to call you “cuz” no matter what your relation was. He had a passion to teach, any chance he got he would tell you about the love of God and the importance of saving your soul. He will be missed. Bo leaves to cherish his precious memories; A loving mother Alice M. Cowart (Annie) of Dade City, FL; 3 daughters, TraChanda and Davasha Watts of Dade City, FL and Ariana Watts-Harris of Brooksville, FL; six devoted grandchildren; Jacoven, Da’Vion, RaNiya, Jeremiah, Caydence and Carlos Jr.; sisters, Marilyn Burns, Althea Harris both of Dade City, FL, Vickie Watts of Springhill, FL, Alfreda and Kimberly Coward of Lauderhill, FL, Jessie Burns of West Memphis Arkansas, Ophelia (Charles) Jones of Ocala, FL, and Raqurra I. Ishmar of Hampton, Virginia; a bonus sister, Shamaneik Harrington of Gainsville, FL; brothers, Jesse J. Cowart Sr., Hakeeme I. Ishmar of Dade City, FL, Vincent Gaddy Sr. of New Port Richey, FL, De’Andre and Tyrails Parker of Lakeland, FL, and Danen Hicks of Ft Myers, FL; bonus brother, Rakeen I. Ishmar of Brooksville, FL; two aunts, Elder Ida Brewer (Big Red) of Dade City, FL and Lena Smith of Thorton, Illinois; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and cousins.
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