William E Watson  June 29 2018

William E Watson June 29 2018

Obituary for William E. Watson William E. Watson, a resident of Beacon, passed away suddenly on June 29, 2018 at his home. He was 79. Bill was the son of the late Alfred and Grace Goote Watson. He graduated from Tarrytown High School in 1957. After graduation, Bill traveled across the United States, Canada and Mexico with his family and sister. Soon after, Bill proudly served in the United States Army as an airplane mechanic. He was stationed in Germany. Upon his return to the states, he met and later married the former Dorothy W. Adams. They were together 40 years. Dorothy predeceased him in 2009. Bill began employment at Consolidated Edison at Indian Point in 1962, working his way up the ladder to the position of Senior Reactor Operator. During his tenure, one of his many responsibilities included writing safety policies for the facility. He was affectionately known as “Bull” by many of his coworkers. After 39 years of dedicated service Bill retired from Consolidated Edison. He had a love of history and could discuss any topic. He also loved researching family genealogy, both his own family and families of friends. Bill loved life and his family the most. Bill was a huge presence in his family’s lives and will be terribly missed. Bill is survived by his sons, Gary Popp and his wife, Doreen, Stephen Popp and companion, Michele Yannone, William J. Watson and Andrew Watson; his sister, Gail Schamberg and her husband, William and family; his best friend, Susan Heady; and his beloved cat, Lilly. In addition to his parents and wife, Bill was predeceased by his beloved grand-dog, Missy. Family and friends will be received on Thursday, July 5 from 9 to 10:45 a.m. at Riverview Funeral Home by Halvey, 2 Beekman Street, Beacon. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, 31 Willow Street, Beacon. Burial will follow at Cold Spring Cemetery, Peekskill Road, Cold Spring. Memorial donations in memory of Bill may be made to Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF), PO Box 1129, Beacon, New York 12508 or Mid Hudson Animal Aid, 54 Simmons Lane, Beacon, New York 12508 or to Dutchess County SPCA, 636 Violet Avenue, Hyde Park, New York 12538. To send a personal condolence please visit www.riverviewbyhalvey.com. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Patrick J. Halvey of Riverview Funeral Home by Halvey, LLC. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of William E. Watson please visit our Sympathy Store. Upcoming Events Visitation Map data ©2018 Google Terms of Use Get Driving Directions JUL 5. 09:00 AM – 10:45 AM Riverview Funeral Home by Halvey, LLC 2 Beekman Street PO Box 129 Beacon, NY, US, 12508 riverviewbyhalvey@gmail.com Order Flowers for the Visitation Guaranteed delivery before William’s Visitation begins. Mass of Christian Burial Map data ©2018 Google Terms of Use Get Driving Directions JUL 5. 11:00 AM St. John the Evangelist Church 31 Willow Street Beacon, NY, US, 12508 Order Flowers for the Mass of Christian Burial Guaranteed delivery before William’s Mass of Christian Burial begins. Cemetery Details Cold Spring Cemetery Peekskill Road Cold Spring, NY, 10516 Map data ©2018 Google Terms of Use Get Driving Directions

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death notice William E Watson June 29 2018

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