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Colmer Watson

Colmer Watson

Sunday, November 5th, 1933 - Thursday, June 3rd, 2021
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Obituary

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Colmer Eric Watson, in his 88th year, passed away peacefully with his wife Teresa by his side, at Woodland Villa, Long Sault. Loving and cherished husband of Teresa (Scott) Watson for 67 years (formerly of Prescott). Colmer's beloved son Dale, predeceased him 4 years ago at the age of 62 years. Dale's wife Wendy Clark of Long Sault survives along with his only, and dear grandson Michael (Christina) of Victoria, BC. A kind, caring and congenial loved son of the late Walter and Verna (Ault) Watson of Chersterville. Predeceased by 3 brothers Basil (Marjorie), Winston (Sue) and Earl (Freida survives). Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Colmer was a special brother-in-law to Milly (Duane Beckstead) of Lunenburg; the late Floyd Scott (Catherine survives) and the late Robert Scott.

Colmer's passion in life first was family, then music. Playing guitar, fiddle, calling square dances and singing in a band. In retirement, he enjoyed many jam sessions with his band and music friends, especially Bernie Coville of Johnstown. Attending many music festivals, camping and motorcycling were other favourite pastimes of Colmer's.

He was employed in security as management at Black and Decker, Brockville and also as a foreman at RCA Victor in Prescott.

Special thanks to Dr. Steacie and Dr. Earle of Brockville; Dr. Crooks of Ingleside and our deepest appreciation to the staff at Woodland Villa for their constant, compassionate care of Colmer.

Private arrangements entrusted to the Irvine Memorial Chapel at Roselawn, 2451 County Road 15, Maitland where services and interment will take place. Donations in Colmer's memory can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the OSPCA of Leeds Grenville.

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    Location
    Roselawn Memorial Gardens
    Address
    2451 County Road 15
    (Maitland Road) P.O. Box 44
    Maitland, Ontario K0E 1P0
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Priscilla

Posted at 07:52pm
Our deepest sympathies Aunt Teresa, Wendy and Michael. I will always remember him for his music and that handsome smile. May you find comfort in knowing that one day you will see him again.

Lana Powell

Posted at 02:30pm
One of my favorite uncle's. Will always remember him smiling and singing. RIP say hi to daddy
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spulfer@personainternet.com

Posted at 03:16pm
Teresa - so sorry to hear of Colmer's death. I, along with Ann McDonald enjoyed our line dancing classes with you, & you often had a Colmer story. You have my deepest sympathy - Shirley Pulfer
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Shirley Gillard

Posted at 02:02pm
Deepest Sympathy to Theresa, Wendy and all family members and friends. May all the Happy memories help you through the days ahead. Sending Hugs and Prayers. Shirley Gillard.
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Victor and Gloria Bois D’ Enghien

Posted at 10:41pm
Sorry to hear of Colmer’s passing. Our deepest sympathy, Teresa, Wendy, Michael and family. Remembering the special memories we made camping at Brown’s Bay, Coles Creek and Higley Flow. Especially the night the boys sat outside on a cold Victoria Day weekend watching hockey and poor Colmer ended up with pneumonia. Great memories of camping with special friends. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Hugs.
Victor and Gloria Bois D’ Enghien
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