Celebrating The Life Of Loved Ones

W.J. Watkins

W.J. Watkins, 68, of Stanfield passed away Friday, June 1, 2018 in his home.  His funeral service will be 3 PM Sunday, June 3, 2018 in the Stanly Funeral Home Chapel, Albemarle with Rev. Lynn Garris officiating.  The family will receive friends at Stanly Funeral and Cremation Care of Albemarle from 2:30 until 3 PM prior to the service.

Born November 17, 1949 in Westminster, SC, he was the son of the late George W. Watkins and Ollie Mae Honea Watkins.  He was a construction worker with Eastern Construction in Charlotte.  Mr. Watkins loved to fish.

He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Judy Edna Griffin Watkins of the home, stepdaughters Pam Cagle (Pat) of New London, Lee Lowder (Jane) of Marshville, and Tony Lowder of Locust, 6 grandchildren Ashley Halstead of Norwood, Brittney Cagle of Alabama, Casey Lowder of the home, Billi Smith of Locust, Crystal Lowder of Charlotte and Tiffany Lowder of Alabama, 8 great grandchildren Kahlen Halstead of WV, Trevor Halstead of WV, Emmalin Halstead of WV, Barry Halstead III of WV, Grayson Lowder of the home, Jacob Johnson of Alabama, Kelsey Lowder of Alabama and Anthony Smith of Locust, brothers Alton Watkins (Latricia) of Mt. Crogham, SC and Edward Watkins of Canton, GA and sister Sarah Lee of Westminster, SC and a number of nieces and nephews.

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We never felt hurried or rushed in any way even though they had other funerals that day.  Everyone at Stanly Funeral Home made us feel like we were family and did everything they could for us in this most trying time in our lives.

-RP

Everyone went out of their way to make sure that every detail was good with me.  Their kindness, patience and love they show is superior.  Stephen Aldridge and his ENTIRE staff are the best.

-DBN

The whole staff was wonderful but Stephen Aldridge was excellent, even sending us a note one month later.

-anonymous

Excellent customer service and attention to detail from start to finish.

Personal touch – treated you like family – genuine expression of sympathy and condolences-

We personally know these folks and they have served our family and extended family since the early 1960s.

– SMW