In Memory

Cliff Watters

Cliff Watters

CLIFFORD R. WATTERS:    Clifford R. Watters, 42, New York City, formerly of Kansas City, died Feb. 3, 1994, at a hospital in New York. Memorial services were in May in New York City. The family suggests contributions to the Good Samaritan Project, Kansas City.   Mr. Watters was born in Kansas City, and moved to New York in 1969. He was an actor and tap dancer.

Survivors include his parents, John and Lenora Watters of Kansas City; and four brothers, Jack Watters, Klamath Falls, Ore., and Dennis Watters, James Watters and Greg Watters of Kansas City; and four nephews and a niece.
(From the Kansas City Star, provided by Linda Edwards Paul)

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10/21/08 06:01 PM #1    

Ronald Crenshaw

cliff was a great friend, after school cliff was at the lime light theather downtown and after that he went to new york and spent the rest of his life performing what he loved to do.

11/16/08 04:16 PM #2    

Andrew Sackin

Cliff and I remained close friends after we both moved
to New York. We were in acting classes together and were
often working on projects in the same group.

Cliff was very talented in many areas. He kept his excellent sence of humor and used it to much success in an impove group that performed in New York. And, boy, could he tap dance. Cliff could stop a show with his
dance riffs or a sly look to the audiance. I only wish
more people could have seen his work.

I think of Cliff often and miss him. I count myself
lucky to have had him as my friend.

01/25/09 11:33 AM #3    

Kim Sprinkle (Wyre)

Cliff and I shared a special relationship for many many years. His memory is firmly etched in my heart and my ears as he sang at our wedding in 1973.

04/06/09 01:15 PM #4    

Annie Maas (Walters)

I remember Cliff fondly. We have great times together with myself, Cliff, Kimmie Sprinkle, Phil Mabrey, Jane Nichols, Rad Miller, Ronnie Crenshaw and many others. I loved it when we all went to Starlight for musical and sang the songs all the way home. Climbing out on Kim's roof when the guys would come around - what great memories! I miss him and I am thankful for memories ... annie (maas) walters

08/02/09 08:13 PM #5    

Sue Lyddon (Hall)

I remember what a cute couple Cliff and Karen Truog were. I think Karen invited him to the Baby Doll Dance or Sadie Hawkins or something like that. Cliff was always smiling and happy. He was in Male Octet also and it was fun when that group and our Indian Belles were together performing.

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