Condolence & Memory Journal

my condolences to the Watts/Carter families. I work with Milton's step-brother Tim Carter, he is my supervisor. He told me about his brother passing. RIP Mr. Watts.

Posted by Dan Means - Salem, OH   December 20, 2020

Hi Joann so so so sorry for your loss love you

Posted by Donna Ashley - Amherst, OH - Family   December 18, 2020

Sincere sympathy of this sad news , Thoughts & prayers to All family.

Posted by Jon Bulinsky - West Salem, OH - Coworker   December 18, 2020

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My deepest sympathy to Jo and her family

Posted by Jeannie Kaiser - Avon, OH - Coworker   December 18, 2020

So sorry for this loss, my prayers are with the entire family. Milton and I were just becoming good friends, and learning a lot about each other after a lot of years apart. May God give you all peace and strength during this time.

Posted by Karen Watts Hill - Boiling Springs, SC - Family   December 17, 2020

My sincerest condolences to Milton's family. He was a great boss at the L&W Tigard Oregon location and am very saddened at his passing...

Posted by Kevin Holstrom - Portland, OR - Friend   December 17, 2020

I will always remember how much love you & Jo shared-it was such a beautiful thing. I will always remember your kindness-helping me cut boards, changing a broken light bulb & assembling a bike for Livy for me one Easter. I'll remember the laughs at all of the get together. I'll remember you as one of the kindest people I've known.

Posted by Julie Montanez - Corydon, IN - Friend   December 17, 2020

I love you and will miss you always until we meet again brother..

Posted by Trinna CarterSister - Warren, OH   December 17, 2020

My brother Milton,
We shared the same father named Charles. I didn't get to grow up with you and I know I missed something great by the way everyone who did grow up with you talked about you. You were a loving father to your children. When we met years ago I could tell you were a strong and kind person. Words can't express how much sympathy I have for your family and the pain they feel. Through eternity you rest and in memory you live. Goodbye brother.

Posted by Charles Watts - Fallon, NV - Brother   December 17, 2020