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Virgil T. Watkins

Posted By On June 15, 2007 @ 12:00 am In Obituary | 3 Comments


Virgil Tipton Watkins, 66, died on June 16, 2007 after courageously battling prostate cancer. He was a native Phoenician born on April 16, 1941 to Virgil F. and Zelpha Killingsworth Watkins. Virgil attended schools in the Balsz District and Phoenix Union High School. He was active in the PUHS alumni group and loved his dear, life long friends from his school days. He graduated from Grand Canyon College and received a master

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Condolence from Valarie Crews-Tom on January 23rd, 2012 4:19 pm

Dear Watkins Family,

Mr. Watkins was my favorite teacher and one who gave me confidence in myself. Mr. Watkins believed in me and told me if I worked very hard, I could be anything I set my mind to. He encouraged me to take pride in being a Native American woman and also held me up to strict standards of learning, being a friend, and being good to myself. I became a high school teacher and if I made a difference in any students’ life, it is because of lessons I learned from Mr. Watkins. You are hero and treasured friend. May God comfort your family and many friends and know you lived a life that MADE A DIFFERENCE. Love to you, Val Tom

Condolence from Jhonata on October 13th, 2012 7:18 pm

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Condolence from Karen Shelton (Dilts) on July 31st, 2020 7:44 pm

Mr Watkins was my teacher in 6-7 grade 1965-1967. Loved him as my teacher. Great man and mentor.
Sorry for your loss.

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