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Bonnie Watts

Bonnie A. Watts

Sunday, March 4th, 1951 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Bonnie A. Watts, 69, of Plattsburgh, passed away May 18, 2020 with her loving family by her side. She was born in Plattsburgh, on March 4, 1951, the daughter of Thomas and Evelyn (Garney) Kemp.
She was an avid reader and had her own extensive library. When she wasn’t reading, she often enjoyed scary or horror movies. She often enjoyed testing her luck going to Bingo.
She is predeceased by her parents, and her husband Louis Watts.
She is survived by her children; Jenny Pepin and her husband Kevin, Thomas Watts and his wife Khristina, Michelle Giddings and her husband Daniel, Darlene Paradis and her husband Marcel, her grandchildren: Tanya, Ashley, Amanda, Jeanna, Destanie, Danny, Joseph, Joshua, Anthony, Chantel, Matthew, Killian, and Gavin, her sisters: Debbie Mattoon and her husband Jeff, Sandy Sherman and her companion Ken Sorrell, and many great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Due to the current pandemic, services will be held privately for the family. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Online condolences may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com.
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Posted at 09:53pm
So sorry to hear of Bonnie's passing. I had the privilege of working with her at a nursing home and she was an excellent aide. Never complained and did her job with respect and dignity. What a wonderful person she was and will be remembered as.
KS

Kathy Steele

Posted at 07:24am
Gosh, how I loved this woman. She was SO special and loving. I remember so well when she would come to my house or I would go to hers and we would talk for hours. Nothing meant more to Bonnie than her family and her dog, Pepsi. She will be missed by everyone left here, but she is finally reunited with Lou, the love of her life. Rest In Peace, my friend, and fly with the angels.........you’re a great woman.
KS

Kathy Steele

Posted at 07:17am
Gosh, how I loved this woman! She was SO special and loving. I remember so well how she would come to my house or I would go to hers and we would talk for hours. Nothing meant more to Bonnie than her family and her dog, Pepsi. She will be greatly missed by everyone left here, but she is finally reunited with Lou, the love of her life. Rest In Peace and fly with the angels, Bonnie......you’re a great woman.
KS

Kathy Steele

Posted at 07:17am
Gosh, how I loved this woman! She was SO special and loving. I remember so well how she would come to my house or I would go to hers and we would talk for hours. Nothing meant more to Bonnie than her family and her dog, Pepsi. She will be greatly missed by everyone left here, but she is finally reunited with Lou, the love of her life. Rest In Peace and fly with the angels, Bonnie......you’re a great woman.
KS

Kathy Steele

Posted at 07:17am
Gosh, how I loved this woman! She was SO special and loving. I remember so well how she would come to my house or I would go to hers and we would talk for hours. Nothing meant more to Bonnie than her family and her dog, Pepsi. She will be greatly missed by everyone left here, but she is finally reunited with Lou, the love of her life. Rest In Peace and fly with the angels, Bonnie......you’re a great woman.
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