WATSON (DONALD HUGH)
9.7.1931 — 26.8.2021 Dearly loved husband of Peg. Loved father and father-in-law of Denise and Peter, Alan and Faye, Tracey and Michael, Murray and Karen. Pop to 7 grandchildren, Pop-Pop to 4 great grandchildren. Rest in Peace.
WATSON (Donald Hugh):
Thank you for the last 70 years of happiness.
Sweet memories of our life together will always be treasured.
Goodbye my Don, love Peg.
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My sincere condolences to Peg, Denise and family. It was such a privilege to have shared time with Don and Peg whenever I visited my Mum, Keiko in Bibra Lake. RIP Don.
To Peg and Family, Deepest Condolences on your loss.
Don was always very appreciative of my style of Aussie Rhyming Poetry, and of my presentation of it, as well as Dot's presentations as M.C. and reader of the more classical style of verse.
Our deepest sympathies to the Watson family on the sad loss of Don, we had a lot of fond and special memories with you all, although many years ago, they remain in our hearts. Blessings, Rob and Julia Cooper
My deepest sympathy to you all in the passing of Don. A man of integrity and true to his word. May he rest in peace.
Dear Peg and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you all on the passing of Don. Even though we had our differences, we still remember him with fondness. Bi-Tone wouldn't be the club it is today, without staunch members like Don and Peg Watson.
Joy and Rob Jones
Deepest sympathy to Peg, we are feeling your pain. We will always remember the caravan travels. Willy and John (dec) Litjens.
Our heartfelt condolences are extended to Peggy and her family and friends at this time. A champion of the community through his active volunteering, Don's actions were always filled with passion, commitment and strength of purpose. His legacy is one for all to strive for in today's complex world.
Rest In Peace Don. Mayor, Councillors and Staff, City of Cockburn.
Our first ever Chairman. Don will be remembered with great respect and fondness.
Members of the Cockburn Community Men's Shed