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September 14, 2014
General T and wife's association in France was a pleasure. His friendship is remembered by all my kids who remember a day of his "baby sitting".
Since he lived next door, I became aware of most of his P-40 Pilot days and later years. He was an old time soldier that served his country well. Our family's visited while he was assigned to Hurlburt. May he have a Godly reward. I wish his son and daughter well.
Col Exley C. Mixon Jr.
April 13, 2012
I regret that I never had the opportunity to meet the General. His (step)father was the son of my Great Aunt Ella. Like his brother Dudley, I was born in MT, joined & retired from the AF. Best wishes to the family of an amazing and well loved man.
May 07, 2011
I loved reading General Watkins' obituary and the messages left by his friends and admirers. I only recently came to know of General Watkins, but he and my Dad, William C. Harvin III were first cousins. Because of life's circumstances I doubt they knew each other. My Dad was also a pilot, in the Navy, in WW II, and then he had a distinguished career as a lawyer and civic leader in Houston. He died in 2007. My middle name is Tarleton, and I only discovered the family significance of that name as I started doing some genealogical research. Best wishes,
January 15, 2010
I never got the privelege of meeting Brigadier General Watkins, but from all that I have read about him, he was indeed one of our heros. He must have been quite a man, because when his daughter Sarah, spoke of him, it was with such pride and joy! May he rest in peace . With sympathy in your loss of such a wonderful man, Mardi Swisshelm
January 15, 2010
I never got the privelege of meeting Brigadier General Watkins, but from all that I have read about him, he was indeed one of our heros. He must have been quite a man, because when his daughter Sarah, spoke of him, it was with such pride and joy! May he rest in peace . With sympathy in your loss of such a wonderful man, Mardi Swisshelm

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