Mr. Everette Lee Watson, of Orrum, North Carolina, made a swift transitioned on December 23, 2020. He was 42 years old. Everette was born on November 20, 1978. He was raised in a large family where love and care was.
At an early age Everette joined First Baptist Church under Joy J. Johnson where his family worshiped. He received his education at Robeson Community College in Lumberton, N.C.
He was a hard worker. He loved spending time with his family and children. Everette kept a smile on his face. He loved watching the Panthers play, Everette was employed at Perdue Farms for five or more years where he was loved by many.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Evangeline Watson, Henry Watson, Ernestine and JC Thompson, his stepfather Jerry Powell, and a nephew, Ka’Shawn Leonard all of Fairmont, N.C.
He leaves to cherish his memories to his mother, Letha Mae Watson, father, Lemorris Thompson, one son, Marquis (JuJu) Campbell, two daughters, Joyce Ann Lewis and Eyianna Watson both from Fairmont, NC; stepchildren, Shy’Asia Powell, Destiny Ragmon, Jaquiriah Powell, and Tyrion Powell all of the home, three very special brothers, Leon Watson of Fairmont, NC; Derrick Watson and Clinton Watson both of Boston, Massachusetts, three sisters, Bonita Powell of Charlotte, NC; Felicia Kesler and Tonja Watson of Fairmont, NC; three grandchildren, Ka’Lynn K. Campbell, Gabriella M. Campbell, and Issabella Campbell all of Lumberton, NC; two uncles, Leon Watson, and JC Thompson, four aunts, Dehavier Watson, Rita Watson, Alberta March, and Shirley Carmichael, nieces, Raven, Ry’Asia, Temia, Aliyah, Quanesha, Diamond, Rha’Assia, Jasmine, and Shania, nephews, Deon, Daquan, Darius, Anthony, Desmond, Jamel, Joshua, Jamorris, Brandon, Jerrick and Marcus, very special love one, Brenda Powell, special cousins, Angela Watson, LaShawna Baker, Evang Baldwin, Vontenna Watson, Corianna Chavis, Rodney Thompson, Terrance Moore, Kenya Moore, and Corey Moore, special friend, Danielle Cribb, special childhood friend, Ronnie Johnson, extended family, the Hayes family.
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