OBITUARY

Margaret Mary Watt

November 16, 1922January 15, 2021

Margaret M. Watt November 16, 1922 – January 15, 2021 Margaret was born to John and Georgina Watt on a farm in the Coverdale District near Moosomin, SK. She attended the districts school riding on an old horse with her older brother. After moving with her family, she attended Moosomin High School completing grade twelve and graduating with a Stenographer’s course. Marg worked for the Royal Bank for many years starting in Moosomin and in many small towns before going to Regina and working there for many years. She eventually retired and went home to help our mother in Moosomin. Marg was the heart and soul of our family; she did anything she could for all of us. We will miss her terribly. Marg is survived by her brother Bill (Jackie) Watt; sister Isabelle McCulloch; sister-in-law Joyce Watt; several nieces; nephews; great nieces and nephews; great-great nephew and great-great nieces. She was predeceased by her father and mother; brother Alex (Aileen) Watt; sister Alice Watt; brother Alan Watt; sister-in-law Edna Watt; brother-in-law Neil McCulloch; niece Brenda Watt and nephew Sal Reis. A private family service and burial will take place at a later date. Arrangements in care of Mandi Wersch – Acadia-McKague’s Funeral Centre. 306.955.1600. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at acadiamckague’sfuneralcentre.com

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Gord Steeves

January 24, 2021

My condolences to Bill and Jackie and the entire Watt family. A life well lived.

Sharon Robstad

January 20, 2021

My condolences to all of the Watt family in the loss of Marg Watt.
I had the great pleasure to know and work with Marg at the Royal Bank. I worked at the Main Branch in Regina with her in the late 60's. Marg was a very great roll model, she taught me so much. She was always kind and considerate to everyone.
Some of the fun times were when we would dress up for Buffalo Days, Marg always had a fun costume, we had lots of fun and laughter.
I will always cherish all the memories of my time with Marg.
Sharon Robstad

Diana Robstad

January 20, 2021

My condolences to the Watt family in the loss of Marg. Miss Watt as we addressed her at RBC in the mid 60's. Marg was a fabulous, boss, friend , and a great role model . She was pleasure to work with, always kind, happy, and supportive.
About two years ago we met Marg at a mall in Saskatoon . Happy as she could be enjoying lunch out with her friends. I was surprised and so please to meet with her, commenting that she looked so well. She quickly told me her age. I wanted to know her secret, she said oh my, and we all had a good laugh.
I cherish that memory of the visit with Marg.
Diana Robstad

Barry Book

January 20, 2021

Back in 1976 as a young Royal Banker I was transferred to Main Branch in Regina. One of the people I met there and had the pleasure of working with was Marg Watt. Those were "the good old days" there was a lot of camaraderie after the Bank closed, lots of socializing and a bit of tomfoolery!
Marg was in charge of the "Current Account" department, she had a tremendous sense of humour, and was always willing to join in and have some fun after the work was done!
She was a wonderful lady to work with and someone who enjoyed being around people.
She had a lasting impression on lots of employee's both young and old that she encountered during her time at the bank.
Deepest regrets to Bill, Jackie and the rest of the family.

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