Amy L. Watts, 44, of Barrington

Posted 3/21/20

Amy L. (Robitaille) Watts, 44, passed away at home on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, after a long illness. Born in Marlborough, Conn., she was the beloved wife of James Watts, and resided in Barrington, …

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Amy L. Watts, 44, of Barrington

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Amy L. (Robitaille) Watts, 44, passed away at home on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, after a long illness. Born in Marlborough, Conn., she was the beloved wife of James Watts, and resided in Barrington, with their two children, Cameron and Chase.

Amy loved the color white, which was befitting as she would brighten any room with her beautiful smile and love of life. Amy’s happiest moments were spent in the presence of her family, with her dog, Elle, and feeling the sun on her face at any beach she could find near or far. She had an easygoing style that radiated kindness, warmth, and beauty from the inside out. Boating with her husband, watching her son Cam catching waves while surfing and her son Chase scoring goals in hockey, also brought her great joy.

In addition to her husband and boys, Amy leaves behind her mother, Virginia (Springs) Robitaille of Bristol; her late father, Eddie Robitaille of Marlborough, Conn.; her brother, Joseph Robitaille of Marlborough, Conn., and his two children, Jayson and Lillian; her father-in-law, Walter “Ray” Watts of Chepachet; her late mother-in-law, Martha Ann (Barlow) Watts of Chepachet; her brother-in-law, Michael Watts, his wife, Laurie Watts, and their three children, Nathan, Ryan, and Kaleigh Watts of Chepachet; and a host of adoring aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the RISPCA, 186 Amaral Street, Riverside, RI 02915 or to the Barrington Dog Park, P.O. Box 15401, Riverside, RI 02915. For online Condolences visit, TuckerQuinnFuneralChapel.com

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