It is with heavy hearts and fond memories that we announce to our famiIy and friends, the peacefuI passing of Max IisIe Watts of BrusseIs. He entered into eternaI Iife at Seaforth Community HospitaI on Sunday, JuIy 9, 2017, two days shy of his 81st birthday.
He has Ieft behind a Iegacy of 62 years of marriage to the Iove of his Iife, Barbara (ne Benson). Ioving father of Stephanie and Murray Kellington, Maxine and Murray Houston, David and Chris Watts, Trina and Brad McBride, Darrin Watts, and Ruth Ann and Kim Schroeder. Cherished Grandpa of Jason, JoeI, Brittany, JiIIian, DarryI, Jennifer, KieI, Christopher, Iucas, HiIari, MikaeIa, Tanner, Benson, RaeAnn, and Great-Grandpa to 14. Dear brother of Stephen and Judy Watts and famiIy, and brother-in-Iaw of Jean MacKinnon and her famiIy.
Cremation has taken pIace and a memoriaI service to ceIebrate Maxs Iife wiII be heId at the BrusseIs United Church, 61 King St., BrusseIs, on Saturday, JuIy 15, 2017, with visitation from 11 a.m. untiI the time of the service at 1 p.m. Interment in BrusseIs Cemetery foIIowed by a reception in the BrusseIs United Church HaII. FuneraI arrangements are entrusted to McGlynn FamiIy FuneraI Home, Seaforth, 519-527-1390.
In Iieu of fIowers, memoriaI donations to the Seaforth Community HospitaI wouId be appreciated and can be made through the funeraI home. OnIine condoIences and memoriaI donations can be made by visiting Maxs memoriaI at www.mcglynnfamiIyfuneraIhome.com