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Aishus Watts

Aishus Avon Watts Jr.

Thursday, September 4th, 1952 - Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
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Aishus Avon Watts, Jr., 68, son of the late Aishus Avon Watts, Sr., and and Lois Latten Watts, was born in Iredell County on September 4, 1952. He departed this on Tuesday, December 8, 2020.

He was a graduate of the Iredell County Schools and prior to his retirement he was employed as a Machine Operator at Mack Molding. He was a member of Logan Presbyterian Church, where he served on the Usher Board.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Clabourn Watts and sisters, Mary L. Watts, Tiny McClelland and June Watts.

He leaves to cherish the memory of his life, a son, Deleon Watts of Statesville; two daughters, LaKyna Watts of Statesville and Danica Watts (Brandon) Singleton of Charlotte; three brothers, Alfred (Stella) Watts and Timothy Watts, Sr., both of Statesville and Paul Douglas (Gwendolyn) Watts of Harmony; three sisters, Malinda White, Sylvia Griffin and Jacqueline Reid of Statesville; three grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
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Sasha Coleman

Posted at 12:31pm
Mr. Watts, there's so much to say. First off, I miss you my Friend. If I've never been able to call anyone a true friend, I certainly had one in you. You're passing has left a lot of emptiness and sadness but your lively, loving Spirit will forever be remembered. You helped my children and I understand God's Word and His Requirements. Today, I'm at Peace with your Passing because you made it very clear, on many occasions, that when your Heavenly Father is ready for you to come home, you'll be ready♥️ I salute to you, Mr. Watts, for a job well done! Thank you for always delivering God's message. Until we meet again my Friend, Rest In Paradise ♥️🙏🏽 We love you!
CJ

Charlene Jackson

Posted at 08:32am
We, at Mack, loved Aishus. He was a valued employee. But beyond this, he was a very caring person. He always had a smile and a song to share. He was a friend to his co-workers and continued these friendships after he retired. He would call his co-workers to just check in . He will be truly missed. May God bless his family.
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Sonia I Scott

Posted at 07:16pm
Rest in Heaven Aishus. Condolences to your family. We remember your gracious and thoughtful nature. You will remain in our hearts for your kindness.
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