IN LOVING MEMORY OF

ROBERT WINSTON WATKIS

DECEMBER 01, 1943 – APRIL 12, 2021

“BOBBY WAS A LOVER OF LIFE, ALWAYS GOING BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY TO HELP EVERYONE. A MAN OF the HIGHEST INTEGRITY PROUD, AMBITIOUS AND CONCERNED FOR EVERYONES WELL-BEING.

Born in St Ann, Jamaica

DECEMBER 01, 1943

Like the song says ‘How do I say goodbye to yesterday? It seems like just yesterday we were kids together in Moneague St.Ann, doing kid things together. Playing marbles, flying kites made by your Uncle Winston at Ting Ting gully on Easter Monday. We ended up at Mico College together and graduated in 1966. You the best man at my wedding and I at yours. Toucan Way became my home away from home on my visits to Jamaica. So many memories, good and bad. God has called you home from your earthly struggle but you have left a legacy that no man can destroy. Michelle and Gavin, I struggle with my emotions at this moment but you are blessed with an upbringing that is as solid as a rock. So I say goodbye to my brother and God speed until we meet again.

THE FAMILY VIDEO TRIBUTE WALL 

A LIFETIME OF MEMORIES

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Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories.

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1 Comment

  1. Michelle Watkis-Robinson

    Happy Father’s Day Bobby Watkis aka Daddy. My first Father’s Day without you. Missing you yesterday today and always

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