William Curtis Watson

Called Curt in his years growing up.

Called Bill in his years after the service.

Bill was born in Lewiston, Pennsylvania.

In March 27, 1954.

He went home to the happy family of a father, William Lloyd Watson and a mother Henrietta Harris Watson, both father and mother preceded Bill in death.

Two sisters joined the family; Lisa and Wendy.

Bill enlisted in the service from Palatine, IL.  He served on the USS Kitty Hawk, later transferred to the Naval Reserve.

Bill started church with a group of men from Westminster Chapel.  He met his wife Cynthia Stites and they were married the 7th of August, 1982 at Westminster Chapel, where they have attended till his death.  Bill and Cynthia, along with his beautiful children, William Arnold and Sally Jean, worked in the church in several areas.

Bill worked at King County Metro Bus line.

His work with Mr. J was a highlight of his for many years.  He always saved his vacation for the week with Mr. J.

Bill gave many weeks of his own vacation time to sick people who needed it at his work at Metro.

He is survived by his wife Cynthia, daughter Sally Jean, son William Arnold and two sisters, Lisa and Wendy.

In love we remember Bill, as he went to be with Jesus on July 1, 2015.

The military ceremony will be held at Tahoma National Cemetery @ 2:00 PM, July 22, 2015.

The memorial at Westminster Chapel will be held @ 2:00 PM, July 23, 2015.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to be made to Westminster Chapel for Mister “J” band.

Westminster Chapel, 13646 NE 24th Street, Bellevue, WA 98005.

3 Responses to “William Curtis Watson”

  • Leslie Stradley says:

    Bill was a good friend, and his courage and humor as he dealt with his health issues will always be an inspiration for me. He was a true gentleman, in every sense.

    My deepest sympathy goes out to his family. He is missed.

  • Richard says:

    I only knew Bill for a short time but every minute was valuable. He was tolerant of others but wouldn’t put up with any nonsense. He will be missed.

    My sympathy goes his family.

  • KD Younger says:

    I knew Bill in the early 1970’s. He was my friend and darn close to being a brother. He went too soon. He was only a few months older than I am. I was searching for him on FB and found this. Another passing I was hoping had yet to happen. God Speed, Franklin. God Speed.

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