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Thomas "Unkie" Watson
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Just found out about Tommy’s passing. Was good friends with Tom growing up. We played little league together and remained friends for years. He was the nicest guy anyone could have met. I will keep Dr. Watson (nickname) in my prayers. Hopefully he’s playing a game of stickball up there in Heaven. RIP Pal.
Bill Kaliris


Posted by: William Kaliris - Melrose, MA - friend   Mar 27, 2021

My deepest condolences to all of the Watson family on losing Tommy. He was such a wonderful person. I'll always remember him with a smile because he always had one for me and a laugh to share. God bless you, Tommy.


Posted by: Jeanine (Ferri) Barlow - Friend   Aug 27, 2016

Please accept our sympathy on Tommy's passing. As many folks have said we also feel so lucky to have grown up on Warren Street and we have wonderful memories of Tommy's kindness to us. Please know that the entire Watson family has our prayers to give you strength.


Posted by: Alice, Annemarie, & Eileen Schmitt & Perry - Revere - Neighbor   Aug 27, 2016

While the loss of a loved one is never easy, even when anticipated, it is most certainly the hardest when they are taken from us too soon. Your loss of your son/brother/uncle Tommy is definitely in the category of those hard losses for which there is so painful a reminder of what might have been.

We offer our sincere condolence and deepest sympathy on your loss. May the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and strangers and the comfort

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Posted by: Joseph Scaramozza - revere, MA - Family Friend   Aug 25, 2016

my sympathies to mrs watson, lorna, ingrid, william and jamie and all your family...decades go by in a flash, and you develop a life, and sometimes you forget whats important..and whos important...as paul diplatzi put it, growoing up on warren st was a treasure i wouldnt trade for anything in the world..and Big Tommy, to me, was the crown jewel of that treasure. for my childhood, and my young adulthood, the first 30 years of my life, i spoke with

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Posted by: tommy rossi - wakefield, MA - Friend   Aug 23, 2016

Thank you for keeping me safe all those years, Tom. May you rest in eternal peace. My condolences to your close friends and family.


Posted by: Dianne Marie - Haverhill, MA - Coworker   Aug 22, 2016

I was lucky enough to have met Tom when he worked at the Whidden Hospital and became fast friends with him, which was easy because Tom was the type of guy you could talk with about anything, He was a true friend who always looked out for and helped the people he cared about. It was a privilege to call him my friend and I will miss him dearly.


Posted by: Kevin Krupcheck - Medford, MA - Friend   Aug 22, 2016

Tommy "Unkie" you were the best! Big T asks for you everyday. He misses you but knows you're his guardian angel and will watch over him. When you found out you wouldn't be with us much longer you said to Jeff that you're biggest regret was that you wouldn't get to see what T becomes :(
You will be the one guiding him along his journey of life. Watch over us all, please. Not a day goes by that I

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Posted by: Jamie Flanagan - Saugus, MA - Sister   Aug 21, 2016

You always h
Rest in peace my friend.You will be missed.Your always smiling face & good word will be certainly missed.What a loss for us & gain for upstairs.My your travels to heaven quick.


Posted by: Daryl Daigneault - Lynn, MA - Coworker   Aug 20, 2016

We are so sorry to hear of Tommy's passing. He was much loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Our sincere condolences.


Posted by: Jim and Pat (Watson) Vaugh - Wilmington, NC - Family   Aug 20, 2016