Charles Stuart Watts

Born on March 19, 1932 in Brooklyn, New York
Departed in Palm Bay, Florida on May 1, 2020

Friday May 1st 2020 Charles Stuart Watts, 88, went to rest with our Lord.
Charles was born on March 19, 1932 in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn NY. One of 4 children to Charles Sr. and Dorothy Watts. He graduated from Automotive High school. He was a veteran of the Korean War and received his honorable discharge in Feb. of 1954. He married Marina Ortiz (deceased) and together they raised 7 children. He is survived by 6 children and 20 Grandchildren.
One of his pleasures was his membership in the Sunrise Yacht club. He will be missed by all his numerous friends and family. He will always be remembered for his laugh and ability to make people laugh.
Rest In Peace Dad…

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A Friend from Yacht club from Merrick wrote on May 26, 2020:
On May 24, 2020, at 2:37 PM, Bob Meagher wrote: I just want some of you newer guys to know that Charlie Watts was one of those members that kept the club going. I believe Charlie was one of the guys that convinced the other members at the time to get the first crane for boat hauling. The first time he was Commodore was I believe in 1988. In 2000 I was the Commodore and Charlie was the Vice Commodore. It was a bit difficult back then to get members to volunteer to be flag officers to take their turn running the club. I said to Charlie, “Are you sure you want to do it again”, and he yep, “if that’s what I have to do to keep the place going”. So in 2001 Charlie was the Commodore a second time. Yesterday I looked at the club camera to see the flag raising ( strange days we’re living in ) and I saw it was pouring rain. It poured on Charlie’s Commodore Breakfast and we could only run out there one at a time to raise the flags. To Charlie it was no big disappointment, the guys just raised their flags and then we went to the bar and toasted all veterans with the clubs best scotch, Johnny Beggs as Howie used to call it. I’m glad we were friends. Bob Meagher
Bob & Karen Brandt from Palm Bay wrote on May 19, 2020:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Our Love to All
Aleke Radoncic from New York wrote on May 19, 2020:
My friend and mentor you will Always be in our heart. Once met never forgotten. May you Rest In Peace.
Katherine A diaz from Houston wrote on May 19, 2020:
Boompa Grandpa, even though I was far away I kept you close to my heart. I thought of you often . And will think of you every time I see the actor Jerry orbach because he always reminds me of you. I'll never forget your smile and your laugh. You will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved you. May you rest in peace dear grandpa and give Boompa grandma a hug. Love Katherine
John & Annemarie Nickels from Floral Park, NY wrote on May 19, 2020:
Our condolences to Charlie's family. We will miss him.
David Diaz from Houston wrote on May 19, 2020:
I will miss you grandpa, I'll always remember your smile and kind words.
Damian and Andrea Acevedo from Wimauma wrote on May 19, 2020:
Will love and always miss you grandpa. I hope you’re at peace.?
Dave Brinkmoeller wrote on May 19, 2020:
Sorry for your loss, Henry.
Henry Diaz from Saylorsburg wrote on May 19, 2020:
Rest In Peace Dad...Barbara and I love you and will miss you. You were my oldest friend and a great Father to me.
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