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Kenneth Douglas Watts

January 22, 1956 ~ September 13, 2021 (age 65)


Kenneth Douglas Watts was born on January 22nd, 1956. He left this world on September 13, 2021. He is preceded in death by his father Kenneth Von Watts, sister Cynthia Turner and niece Heidi Lopez. He is survived by a family that is surrounded by his love and energy. This family includes his mother, Thressia Watts; his sister Anne Watts and her family, including Marie Watts, Gary Watts, Brandy, and Tristan Knight; his brother Brent Watts and his family, including his wife Leezell Watts, Nickolas, Jennica, Patrick, Brayden, Arianna Watts; his sister Pamela Watts and her family, Amanda Lopez; his sister Cynthia Turner and husband Michael Turner, her son Joseph Turner and his wife Angelique Turner, their children Moira and Aidan Turner; her son Phillip Turner and his wife Tiffany Turner, and their children son Michael Turner, daughter Holly, with daughter Arabella Turner; her daughter Cynthia Diana Santos, her husband Paul Santos and son Mason Santos.

Douglas lived a life full of adventure. He enjoyed trying new hobbies and exploring the world around him. He lived a life of service, and Douglas was genuine and honest in all aspects of his life. He lived by a sense of honor in his dealings with everyone; his moral compass was deep-rooted in a loving upbringing, and by a spiritual essence of loving compassion.

Douglas embraced the role of Patriarch for the Watts family after the death of his father. He fulfilled this role with a loyal and loving passion– he demonstrated the same sense of duty that fathers have for their children without regard for oneself. He lived with a desire in his heart and mind to serve in any capacity. He never let an opportunity to help another pass without trying to assist. He completed all service to others with a light heart and clear mind, and never expected reciprocity for his actions; all his acts were done because of his love for his “fellow man.”

Douglas inspired growth in those who were around him. His loving nature and spirit gave people the strength to explore their own world, and because of his natural patience and willingness to help others discover new adventures, he inspired them to have confidence. Because he lived his life this way, he leaves this world a better place, and his family a better family. He will be remembered for as long as the Watts family exists, thanks to the loving memories he provided. He impacted many lives, and this impact will be passed down for generations.

We know that Douglas will find many adventures in the next part of the universal journey, and he will make sure no one is left out as he goes. We all love you and will hold you forever in our hearts.



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