ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Danielle Watson . We will remember her forever.
Posted by Rita Forbes on January 13, 2014
Thinking of you Denise, Dave and Douglas.
I hope each new day brings you more comfort and peace. Love you guys.
Posted by Jennifer Polvere on January 23, 2012
Although her life here was so brief, Danielle will truly be remembered and missed by THIS "World"....A beautiful young lady, and now a beautiful angel...Danielle is now resting peacefully in a most beautiful eternal life...thank you, Jesus for THIS. We are thinking of you all.
Posted by Dina Colaianni on January 22, 2012
I have know Denise,Dave n Douglas since they had lived in the Heathers Subdivision in Matthews. I would like to send my deepest sympathies to the families.  She grew up to being a beautiful women an had met a great guy, Keith. May god give the families the strength and courage to get through each day ahead.
Posted by Candice Hall on January 21, 2012
I also didn't know Danielle, but I know Keith. I am sorry for your loss, and many thoughts and prayers go out to Danielle's family, friends, and Keith & his family. May God comfort you in this time of sorrow.
Posted by Denise Strawn on January 20, 2012
I didn't know Danielle, but know Keith. I know that he is hurting and missing her very much. My thoughts and prayers are with Keith and Danielle's families. I pray that you can find comfort knowing that others are sharing your pain and loss. God Bless all of you in this time of sorrow.
Posted by Harrison Cooper on January 20, 2012
I went to High school with Danielle, last time i talked to her was around 2008. We'd always chat after class in out round circle of friends in school . I will have to admit i did have a crush on her. But she was a great person!! everything thing about her was just....great! My heart goes out to her family and her new family and to Keith.
Posted by Harrison Cooper on January 20, 2012
Wenn ihr nicht schlafen könnt
sei euch ein Lied vergönnt
Und der Himmel bricht
Ein Lied fällt weich vom Himmelslicht
Posted by Troy Markel on January 19, 2012
My deepest sympathy goes out to the entire family. I will miss my cousin a lot. I just wish I could've see her more often. My thoughts are with the families right now and if you guys need anything I'm a phone call away. Love you guys so much. R.I.P Danielle
Posted by Melissa Guarin on January 19, 2012
I never had the pleasure of meeting Danille however I heard so many wonderful things about her .I am friends with Keith and I send my love and deepest condolences to him and the family of this poor sweet innocent girl. May God rest her beautiful soul.

Melissa Forte Guarin
Posted by Mike Wagner on January 19, 2012
I never got to meet Danielle either, but I have known Keith for 18 years. Because I know Keith, I can imagine what kind of woman Danielle was. And while the loss of such a young person is always tragic, this is the most tragic of all. Danielle, you will be missed through your family and through Keith, and through them, I will miss you too.
Posted by Debra Matthews on January 19, 2012
I had the pleasure of meeting Danielle a few times because I worked with her brother Doug. She was always carrying an amazing smile on her face. From what Doug used to say it seemed she was a pretty amazing sister as well. I too lost a loved one recently so if any of you need to talk I'm here for any of you. <3 Debra
Posted by Dawn Meade Caputo on January 19, 2012
My deepest sympathy goes out to Keith and your family, Danielle's family, and her friends . My prayers are with you all. I know that she will be missed. Keith, you know where to go if you need to talk or just a hug. My heart is breaking for all of you. May she rest in peace!
Posted by Aaron Anderson on January 19, 2012
I never had the honor to meet Danielle, however I am Keiths cousin and the type of person Keith is speaks volumes and many should strive to be the type of person he has always been so I know she must have been amazing. My thoughts and prayers are with Danielles family as well as the Smiths. May God grace and embrace her with loving arms.
Posted by Jerry Ross on January 18, 2012
I worked with Danielle's father, Dave many years ago in Huntsville, AL. I last saw Danielle when she was about 11 at a Christmas gathering at Dave's house.  What a wonderful, close knit family and sweet girl who apparently grew into a loving, caring young woman.  Words cannot adequately express my sorrow and sympathy for the family.  May God comfort you in your time of need.

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Posted by Rita Forbes on January 13, 2014
Thinking of you Denise, Dave and Douglas.
I hope each new day brings you more comfort and peace. Love you guys.
Posted by Jennifer Polvere on January 23, 2012
Although her life here was so brief, Danielle will truly be remembered and missed by THIS "World"....A beautiful young lady, and now a beautiful angel...Danielle is now resting peacefully in a most beautiful eternal life...thank you, Jesus for THIS. We are thinking of you all.
Posted by Dina Colaianni on January 22, 2012
I have know Denise,Dave n Douglas since they had lived in the Heathers Subdivision in Matthews. I would like to send my deepest sympathies to the families.  She grew up to being a beautiful women an had met a great guy, Keith. May god give the families the strength and courage to get through each day ahead.
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Shared by Eric Marion on January 21, 2012

Hi Danielle, I went to your viewing (wake) tonight, and I am attending your funeral tomorrow. I still can't believe your gone. As I looked around at all of your friends and family today I got stuck on one question: How do I, How do we all say goodbye?

How do we say goodbye to a daughter, a sister, a fiance?

How do we say goodbye to a loved one, a best friend, a lover, a wife to be, and
... an expectant mother?

How do we say goodbye to a great person and a wonderful friend?

How do we say goodbye to a Jager drinker, and a die hard Buffalo Bills fan?

How do we say goodbye to a women who was still in her prime and at the
beginning of her life, a women who had the drive to not only dream big but
fulfill those dreams, and who inspired us?

How do we say goodbye to a women who was the very essence of "you can't
read a book by its cover."?

How do we say goodbye to a women who always had a sparkle in her eye,
a joke on her tongue, a laugh in her throat and a smile on her lips?
 How do we say goodbye to a women who made all our lives a little better just by knowing you?
    How do we say goodbye to someone we shouldn't have to say goodbye to yet?
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How do we say goodbye to someone who we never go to say goodbye to....

How do we tell you:
We Love You,
We Miss You,
And you will ALWAYS be a part of our hearts, minds and souls.

And then it came to me. You already know: your watching us now. And
everytime somebody reads this memorial page, or writes a posting, we all
remember and honor you.

WE LOVE YOU AND WILL NEVER FORGET YOU DANIELLE! GOD BLESS YOU!

Shared by Evelyn Gearheart on January 20, 2012

 

Hey Danielle… I had a hard time focusing at work this week. Forgetting things for my work appointments  and having to turn around back home and retrieve them;  missing turns and exits while I’m driving; on my overnight work trip this week, I  took some dinner to-go, left with my food but never signed the tab and left my credit card at the restaurant! Y’know, spaced out things like that! A day had not gone by that I hadn’t wept thinking about you…. I am not working today, though.

Your time here on earth was much too short. I am so glad that we met you and Keith at Friar Tucks and that we just somehow hit it off with you two,  even though Phil & I were 20+ years your senior!  You made us feel young!   We experienced wild and crazy fun, we shared a lot of laughs with you. But I saw the quiet side of you too. Especially when we would see you and you just got out of bed… what? Was it 1 in the afternoon? Like when we would see you for a 1 o’clock football game? Or those times when you would ask me for advice… It usually had to do with how to please someone or show appreciation whether it was Keith, Keith’s parents, etc. That’s how you were. You were a very giving person.

You were so very young. It was such nonsense that you thought you were old! I remember plenty of times, hearing you say that. You just had dreams, such attainable dreams. You spoke often how you thought you “should be married by now and a mother with children.”   I know you found that love with Keith and you worked so hard to cherish that with him. You also wanted to someday own and manage a restaurant or bar. I could see that drive within you.  You knew what you wanted and you would work hard to achieve it. I admired that about you.

So, I took the day off from work today. It is Friday, January 20th, 2012 when I will later say one final goodbye to you. It will not be forever though. I will see you someday. I’ll be looking for you and when I see you, I will say “Hello!”

Until then, may you forever be happy, smiling, and if there are any tears where you are, may they only be tears of joy.