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Alfred A. Watts of Phillipston, died peacefully at home Monday evening January 17, 2022.
Al was born on October 13, 1945, in Holden. Son of the late G. Frederick and Irene (Cummings) Watts.
Al graduated from Athol High School with the class of 1963. He went on to become a certified Welder after graduating from the Worcester Boys Trade School.
Al took office as Vice-President of Manufacturing. Al traveled the world on behalf of C&W Fabricators and formed many great relationships. He was always good for exciting and unique stories of his travels and the different cultures he had the pleasure of experiencing.
After 35+ years and the closing of C&W Fabricators, Al finished his career at Rodney-Hunt Company in Orange as Vice-President of Manufacturing until his retirement.
Al was a member of the Hubbardston Congregation Church and an active member of the American Welding Society. He served his community in the past by serving on the Finance Committee, served as the advertising chairman for the annual Phillipston Bazaar, helped set up the annual Narraganset Craft Fair. He helped in his community always quietly and in the background.
Al sincerely enjoyed the simple things in life. A hard worker both at work and home. He was always easy to locate on his property by the sound of his farm tractor, chainsaw and/or log splitter. He took pride in maintaining his home.
He was a dedicated and loving husband and father. He leaves behind his wife of 55 years Donna (Sweet) Watts and his son James Watts. Also, nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends.
Al will be remembered for his witty sarcastic humor by all who knew him be it for a moment or a lifetime.
A humble hardworking man, never seeking attention. It is Al's request that no service be held. We are respectfully honoring his request.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude's Place, Memphis, TN 38105, or a charity of your choice. Please reference in memory of Alfred A. Watts.
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