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S. GLEN WATTS

Midvale, Utah

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S. Glen Watts 1945 ~ 2011 A friend to all, and loved by many, our husband, father, beloved grandpa, brother, cousin and uncle, S. Glen Watts, passed away July 2, 2011 at his home in Sandy, Utah.Glen was born on January 2, 1945 to Norma Dodge Tobler and Lawrence Richard Watts in Salt Lake City,...

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Sandy- We just heard about Glen and wanted to tell you how sorry we are. We've missed spending time with you two and the houseboat group. Glen was always so creative, inventive, full of energy and ethusiasm with any project we was taking on or envisioning. He loved and lived life to the fullest. All our Aloha goes out to you and your family.
Frihoff and Sheri Allen

I am so sorry for your loss. I know he will be greatly missed by so very many people, but hopefully your knowledge of the hereafter will comfort you greatly.

Love,
Deon

ELI (Explorer Leader Training Course) 1992
"One other thing stirs me when I look back at my youthful days... the fact that so many people gave me something or were something to me without me knowing it. Such people, with whom I never perhaps exchanged a word, yes and other about whom I merely heard things by report, had a decisive influence on me; they entered into my life and became powers within me. Much that I should otherwise not have felt so clearly or done so effectively was...

Just Heard about Glen we are so sorry to hear his passing our prayers are with you at this time. he was such a fun person when it comes to scouting he was a great support to me. and the boys will miss him and shilo and I hope the family the best.

Cindy Swenson Newton

Beta's gone fishing. I just found out today and Sandy, having gone through this myself, my heart goes out to you and to the family. How special are the memories of the night at the cafe last fall when Glen, Johnny, Richard and I drug you girls (our spouses) to the restaurant for over three hours of laughter and remembering of all through our early growing up years in good ole Sandy. Our heart goes out to you. Dave and Christine Ostler (Payson, UT)

As a Jordan High Alumni, we have appreciated his work for the Alumni association. Our sincere condolences to your family.
Doug Woodbury Class of '65
Lark Rogers Woobury Class of '68

To Sandy and Dear Children, Our hearts are broken with the loss of Glen, he inspired us all and always let us know how much he loved us. His example was a strong steeping stone for our family. He loved you all so very much and was so proud of you all and always used you as examples on sunday with his lesson. Sandy he talked about you always and loved you so very much, he always said you was the best thing that ever happened to him and you was his love of his life.yes he was a wonderful man...

My Heart goes out to the "Watt's Bunch" I love you all more then anything & want you to know how special you are to me! I love you Glen & will miss you so much! Thank you for always being there for me in good times & in the bad, you were my second Dad & my all time hero!
Love always & forever, "Leecha"

It broke my heart when I heard the news of Glen's passing! I'll never forget the first time Tammy invited me to visit Utah and meet her loving family. Glen was an instant friend, full of kindness & love. He shared great stories, made me laugh and had an infectious smile. His love for family & friends was always obvious. He loved life and I loved watching him interact with his grandchildren. He will be dearly missed! To Sandy, Tammy, Wendy, Steve, Scott, Cherish, Kim, Courtnie, Dustin,...