Obituary: Thomas H. Watts
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, p. 48


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Thomas H. A Watts, resident of La Grange Park and a long-time resident of Glenview, died on July 23 at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital. He was 95. Watts was born in 1917 in Atlanta, Ga. He married Nelle Shagan in1954 and had two daughters, the late Kim Watts and Sharon Watts Spooner of Oak Park. Nelle died in 1990, and he married Marian Worcester in 1993, who survives, along with a brother, Paul Watts, both in La Grange Park. He also had two granddaughters, Sarah Spooner of Washington, D.C., and Rebecca Spooner of Chicago.
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Date of Publication:
2 Aug 2012
Date Of Event:
23 Jul 2012
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English
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Obituary: Thomas H. Watts


Thomas H. A Watts, resident of La Grange Park and a long-time resident of Glenview, died on July 23 at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital. He was 95. Watts was born in 1917 in Atlanta, Ga. He married Nelle Shagan in1954 and had two daughters, the late Kim Watts and Sharon Watts Spooner of Oak Park. Nelle died in 1990, and he married Marian Worcester in 1993, who survives, along with a brother, Paul Watts, both in La Grange Park. He also had two granddaughters, Sarah Spooner of Washington, D.C., and Rebecca Spooner of Chicago.