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Carol J. Watts

1944 - 2020

Carol J. Watts 75, of Sandpiper Ct. Milton, passed away on March 11, 2020 at Evangelical Community Hospital in Lewisburg.  Born in Lewisburg on December 14, 1944 she was the daughter of the late F. Earl and Ethel M. (Engle) Watts.  

 

She was a 1962 graduate of Milton High School and a 1967 graduate of Lock Haven State College.  Carol received her Master’s Degree from Bloomsburg in 1977.   She was a teacher at Turbotville Elementary for 33 years.  She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Milton where she sang in the choir and served on several boards.  Carol was a member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees, the Milton Historical Society, Solid Ground Communications, where she served as secretary, and Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, serving locally as a two time president, vice president, secretary and as chairman of several committees and she served two terms on State Nominations and one term on State Scholarship Committee.

 

She is survived by two brothers, Roger E. Watts and wife Nancy of Milton, and Gary R. Watts of Milton; three nieces; three nephews; and numerous great nieces, great nephews, great-great nieces, and great-great nephews.

 

Services will be held at the convenience of the family.

Condolences

I am saddened to hear of Carols passing but am comforted in knowing she is with Jesus. She was my kindergarten teacher and I have many fond memories of her, especially when we would get in a group for story time with the big books! In recent years I have had the opportunity to scrapbook with her and get to know her better - loved her humor and love for others. She will always hold a special place in my heart! My condolences to your family.

We share our condolences during this difficult time. Carol was a dear, dear friend of our mom's, having grown up together and spending lots of time with one another. She will be sorely missed.

The Bender Family

My first teacher was Miss Watts when I attended afternoon kindergarten at
Turbotville Elementary School during the 1979-80 school year. I fondly remember her and my time in her class. And even after graduation, I stayed in touch with her as she was one of my most likable teachers. I am glad I had the opportunity to see Miss Watts again two years ago at a restaurant when I told her that when I think about my former teachers who helped shape me into the teacher that I am today, she was one who topped the list. Keep teaching Miss Watts wherever you are. And thank you for teaching me. -----CHAD POOLE

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