Peter Watkins Obituary, Death – Peter Watkins of Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador has unexpectedly passed away on Monday at the Central NL Regional Health Care Center in Grand Falls-Windsor. His maternal grandparents, George and Jane Watkins, as well as his paternal grandparents, George and Jane Watkins, as well as his brother-in-law Benjamin Fudge and sister-in-law Rose Watkins, all passed away before he did. In addition, his maternal grandfather was named George and his maternal grandmother was named Jane. In addition to his passing away before he did, his maternal grandparents, George and Jane Watkins, also did.
His partner Carolyn, his children Susan (Len) and Peter (Lorraine), his grandchildren Peter (PJ) (Karlie), Michael (Stacey), Cole (Kristen), Ben (Ashley), Erin (Shawn), and Shannon (Ryan); great-grandchildren Brayden, Ryleigh, Kinsley, Kennedy, and Maxton; great-great-grandchildren Alex, Scarlett, Oren, and Fionn and Aoife; and his brothers. “At this time, when you are remembering a person who was so important to you, I want you to know that my thoughts are with you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you need anything. I sincerely wish that you may be able to discover some measure of serenity and solace in the recollections that you have.
In keeping with the custom that has been handed down through the many generations of our family, we will continue to keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. “I want you to know that I am continuously thinking about you and that I hope everything is going swimmingly for you right now. I also want you to know that I hope everything is going swimmingly for you right now. I hope you’ll accept my sincere best wishes in this matter.” The speaker added, “Even if there is joy in going home, there is grief in your loss.” “Even if there is delight in going home, there is agony in your loss.” “I am sorry for the loss you have suffered.” “Because of my own first-hand experience, I am able to vouch for the accuracy of this statement.”