MONCKS CORNER -- Charles Carroll Watts, 92, of Moncks Corner, SC, a retired supervisor with Stone Container Corporation in Florence, SC, died Friday morning, June 28, 2019, at his residence. A memorial service will be held 10:00 AM Friday morning, July 5, 2019, at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Pinopolis. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Trinity Episcopal Church, PO Box 4678, Pinopolis, SC 29469 or to Intrepid Hospice. Arrangements by DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER. Mr. Watts was born June 17, 1927, in Macon, GA, a son of Wayland M. Watts and Bernice Carleton Watts. He was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church, and was a former Merchant Marine and a US Army veteran. Carroll a lover of all things outdoors, was an avid fisherman, hunter, and ham radio operator who also enjoyed wood carving and hiking. He was a master gardener, amateur photographer, a cyclist, historian, and a runner who ran 10 miles on his 50th birthday- Mr. Watts had a passion for living. After retirement in 1989, Carroll and his wife, Jonnie, moved to the North Georgia Mountains where they lived 15 of their best years at Wild Berry Farm. In 2004, they moved to Moncks Corner to be closer to their children. Carroll was preceded in death by a brother, Wayland M. Watts, Jr. Surviving are two daughters, Cheryl Cargill and her husband, Doug, of Summerville, and Chanda Martin of Olympia, WA; three sons, Charles C. "Chuck" Watts, Jr., and his wife, Sondra, of Granite Falls, NC, Chipley "Chip" Watts and his wife, Glenice, of Tillman, SC, and Chad Watts of Moncks Corner; two sisters, Barbara McKinney of Macon, GA, and Jean Jackson of Forsyth, GA; eleven grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild; and his companion and friend, a Welsh Terrier, Cooper River Callie.

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