Lewis-Watts, Jr.-Obituary

Lewis Otto Watts, Jr.

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Some of my greatest times were sitting around the table at the Holloway house during the holidays and having "belly laughs" when Squeak told his stories!!. I know Squeak loved our family especially my parents,Polly and Jim. He had a way of lighting up a room!! I know God welcomed him with open arms when he walked through the pearly gates of heaven. We will miss you Squeak!

Evelyn and Susan, you are in our thoughts and prayers as you get through these very hard days...

Squeak will be missed. My family had the best times with him. His stories were priceless. My thoughts and prayers are with Squeak's family.

We will miss you!!! All your stories at the Thanksgiving and Christmas table at mama and daddy"s house were priceless!! Squeak was always one of the funniest, loving, gentleman God ever made. There will Never be another Squeak - one of a kind!!! Heavens Gain!!!

My heart is heavy with Squeak's passing. He was such a wonderful and very dear man who touched so many lives in such a positive way. Tammy and I were so blessed to have Squeak at our wedding a few years back. Evelyn, please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Susan, thank you for all you did to make Squeak comfortable. He will be missed deeply.

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Lewis Otto ?Squeak? Watts, Jr., 92, of Roanoke, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, May 20, 2013.He was born in Roanoke, May 3, 1921, son of the late Lewis Otto Watts and Mary Louise Holloway Watts. His sister, Nellie Watts Burton, and a brother, Gordon Howard Watts, also preceded him in...

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