William Watt

William Sterling Watt

Sunday, June 22nd, 1930 - Monday, January 4th, 2021
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Louise Silver

Posted at 09:12pm
With sincere condolence to the family. "Bill" was my mom's skating partner from the time of my birth until she stopped skating around 1959-1960. Because he was always tanned and had dark hair, I used to call him the "Black Bill" to distinguish him from Bill Foster, the skater and organist at Sweetwater Skating Rink, as Bill Foster was fair skinned and blond. At ages 4-6, I always hoped Bill would marry my mom and be my dad, as my parents were divorced. He always treated me with kindness and always tried to help me learn to skate from the time I got my first skates around 2-3 years old. I'd also get reprimanded for rexing, or speed skating when 5-6 years old. His memory will always bring childhood memories and smiles, and he will be missed.

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