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Warren K. Watson, Jr. "Warren"

Company L-2

21 Feb 1939 - 22 May 2013

Place of Death: Enid, OK

Inurnment: IOOF Cemetery, Norman, OK

It is with great regret and sorrow that we must inform you of the death of our Classmate, Warren Watson, on May 22, 2013 at the Golden Oaks Nursing Center in Enid, OK, after a courageous battle with Parkinson's disease and Multiple System Atrophy.

Warren is survived by five daughters -- Kim (John) Benson, Pam (Ron) Campbell, Sally (Kent) Cotarelo, Becky (Ross) Angell, and Cindy Scamardo -- and 13 grandchildren -- Jeremy, Jesse, and Julia Benson; Seth Campbell; Zach, Gabi, and Chase Cotarelo; Nathan, Kyle, and Leah Angell; and Dylan, Justin, and Ryan Scamardo.

Warren was buried at a graveside service with military honors on May 28, 2013 at the IOOF Cemetery in Norman, OK, next to his parents and brother.

Condolences may be sent to Sally Cotarelo, 4005 Harpers Ferry, Enid, OK  73703.

Donations in Warren's memory may be made to the West Point Association of Graduates, 698 Mills Road, West Point, NY  10996.

Well done, Warren.  Be thou at peace.

Remembrances:

Class Memorial Pages\L-2 Warren Watson.pdf

Obituaries:

Obituary for Warren Watson Jr.

Inurnment for Warren Kenneth Watson Jr , 74, of Enid, OK, will be Tuesday, May 28, 2013, 12 Noon at the IOOF Cemetery in Norman, OK with Mr. Kent Cotarelo officiating. Cremation was under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.

Warren was born February 21, 1939 in Lansing Michigan and died May 22, 2013 in Enid, OK. He received a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida and also a Master’s degree in Operations Research from Florida Tech. Warren was a graduate of West Point Military Academy before he entered the military. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force serving as a pilot during the Vietnam Conflict. He served his country for 23 years and retired as a Major He was employed by Harris Corporation as an electrical engineer after his retirement from the Air Force. He was an active member of Toastmasters and The Lion’s Club. Warren was an avid sports fan.

Survivors include five daughters and thirteen grandchildren