Joan Watt

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Died: March 15, 2021
Place: London, Ontario

Frances Tuer
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

My husband, Robert Tuer, and I are sorry to hear this news. Joan was a Normal School contemporary, colleague, and friend of my late mother-in-law, Marion (Lawton) Tuer (2007). We are glad to hear she had a long and active retirement.


Frances Tuer
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

Frances Tuer has made a donation to Boys' and Girls' Club of London on behalf of Joan Watt.


Henry Nicpon
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

I have known Joan since the 70s. She was a wonderful lady! I have many many great memories of her and Connie.


Hilary and Henry Nicpon
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

Hilary and Henry Nicpon has made a donation to Boys' and Girls' Club of London on behalf of Joan Watt.


Janice Chung
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

Janice Chung has made a donation to Boys' and Girls' Club of London on behalf of Joan Watt.


Janice Chung
(Friday, March 26, 2021)

Deepest sympathy to the family of Joan. A long time dear friend to our family.

Winterton and Chung families


Herman Goodden
(Saturday, March 27, 2021)

What a great soul Joan was. I knew her for almost 25 years through our book club that was run through the auspices of the PUC and then the City of London. She carried around a formidable amount of information about London and its history and always had a generous word to say about the people she knew. She also had a wonderful habit of passing along favourite books to me when she had to make space on her shelves. I wish there was a funeral where her friends could gather and honour her memory.


Mark Winterton
(Saturday, March 27, 2021)

"Aunt" Joan was a special person in my life. She was always kind and supportive in so many ways. Although we were not directly related, she always treated us like family and I have great memories of her going back to my childhood. Joan was a huge support to my mother, especially when she became sick. She was just an all-around great person who was always positive. She had an adventurous spirit to her that was infectious and we had some great conversations about her travels and other activities over the years. Although her health was failing these past few years, she stayed positive until the end. A great role model for everyone she came in contact with. She will be missed. Rest in Peace.