Condolences for Archie Carey (AC) Watson

Treasa Bailey posted on 6/8/21

I was a child, living in the first house as one of the Hamilton girls. Sorry for your loss. Such a wonderful loving family. Sorry to hear


Kriste Taylor posted on 6/5/21

We didn't know Archie, but we've lived across the street from him for 13 years. I'll always remember him sitting on his front porch with his family every day when it was warm, his beautiful flowers every spring & summer and his Christmas decorations every year. I'm so sorry for your loss. Looking through the tribute photos, he seemed like a very nice man. RIP



Pam Daughtry posted on 6/2/21

Such a lovely man with a precious family. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of his earthly journey! ~Pam & team


James Bilisoly posted on 6/2/21

I share your loss and send you my deepest sympathy. AC was a wonderful neighbor and will be sorely missed.


Paul Dyer posted on 6/1/21

I met AC through his brother Sunny and had the honor to sit and chat with him on his porch! Wish I had more time talking with him and hearing more of the stories!! RIP AC!


Carolyn Graham posted on 5/31/21

Even though I never met AC, his sister Carlene always had a story to tell about him, she loved him dearly. My deepest condolences to the family at this sad time.



Ricky Meeks posted on 5/31/21

My prayers with Mr. Watson beloved family. He was a wonderful person now with beloved wife Helen in Heaven. He was always there for his family, In Loving Remembrance


Shawnee posted on 5/30/21

I want express my sincerest condolences his family and loved ones....he was an amazing person with a string will for life and family, an awesome father and a wonderful grandfather and uncle. I hold very fond memories of him and my aunt Helen. They always treated me and my sister with great love and respect. He will be greatly missed by all.


Louise Williams posted on 5/30/21

Melvin and I are so sorry for your loss. AC was well thought of. He will be missed by all. May God bring comfort to his family and friends during this time.



Archie and Brenda Parker and family posted on 5/30/21

So many fond memories of gatherings with family and friends at his home. AC never met a stranger and all who met him, loved him. His wit was so natural, and as you laughed, hysterically, he would just crack a grin. We loved AC and his family, he will forever be a fond memory in our hearts and will surely be missed by all who knew him. ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤


Jimmy & Bea Eubanks posted on 5/30/21

Friends like AC are few and far between. It was an honor to have known him. We will miss you AC.


Linda C Garris posted on 5/30/21

AC was an awesome neighbor! He watched all the comings and goings from his front porch. He was always the first in the neighborhood to decorate for Christmas, getting everyone else in the spirit. I can't imagine driving by his house without seeing him on the front porch. Rest in peace dear friend. Respectfully, Linda and Lee Garris


Taylor Moser posted on 5/29/21

I can count on one hand the amount of times I would come home (I lived across the street from AC) that he was not surrounded by his beloved family on that front porch. On the rare occasion he was alone I would often go over and have a chat. AC was such a laid back guy and so easy to talk to it felt natural from the first time I met him. I was not in the best place when I was living there, so my only regret is not spending more time chatting with him. AC and family always made me feel welcome and we’re the epitome of what a good neighbor is. He was a wonderful man and my family thinks the world of him. My heart and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.


Arlene Turner posted on 5/29/21

AC will always be my porch buddy, a truly bionic man with a perpetual positive attitude. I will miss you and our conversations. Peace be with you, my friend .


Arlene Turner posted on 5/29/21

AC will always be my porch buddy, a true bionic man with a perpetual positive outlook . I will miss you and our conversations. Peace be with you, my friend.