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David Watson

"The Leg"

David Watson

(Passed – 2009)

  • Given by Shaun Roberts
  • Lit this to show I am thinking of your family at this difficult time. Rest in peace.
    Lit by Anonymous
  • In honour of your sacrifice and your courage. You were a true hero who was looked up to by all who knew you. May you rest in peace.
    Lit by Anonymous
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David Watson

David Watson
(Passed – 2009)

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David Watson

(Passed – 2009)
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About David
This is an online memorial in honour of David "The Leg" Watson. Sapper David Watson from 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) passed away on 31st December 2009.
David Watson, deployed on Op HERRICK 11 as a Number 3 Operator in a Conventional Munitions Disposal Team as part of the Joint Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group within the UK Counter IED Task Force.
Sapper David Watson's family made this statement:
"Dearly beloved Son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend, David. He always managed to achieve above and beyond the goals that he set for himself often going that extra mile to achieve beyond the bounds of what was expected of him.
"He loved life itself
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About David
and all of its challenges. David's dry sense of humour combined with his ability to articulate any situation into a moment of laughter were two of his many talents, he was loved by all.
"The Army was his career which he loved the most and his achievements whilst serving in the Army show his genuine commitment and determination to serve his country proud.
"Amongst his many accomplishments, David was awarded the fittest soldier upon completion of his basic training, moving onto do his Commando and Paratrooper training as well as becoming top recruit for P Company Infantry training.
"He lived his dream and did what a true soldier is ready to do for his country, a true hero.
"David
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was a proud and very much loved uncle of Michael. Michael would often ask to be lifted high in the sky, now he will be regularly reminded that David has joined the stars above, giving hope and inspiration to those that hear of his story.
"David was a very much respected friend to all that had the pleasure of meeting him and most of all a very much appreciated and inspirational member of his family. His life taken away from us and words left unspoken.
"You will be dearly missed in our hearts and thoughts, always loved and missed by all family."
This is a tribute to David Watson, his achievements and the ultimate sacrifice he made in the line of duty. May he rest in peace and never be forgotten.
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Kindly given by
Shaun Roberts
on 4th Jul 2015
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on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Lit this to show I am thinking of your family at this difficult time. Rest in peace.
Kindly lit by
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on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
In honour of your sacrifice and your courage. You were a true hero who was looked up to by all who knew you. May you rest in peace.
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David Watson

This is an online memorial in honour of David "The Leg" Watson. Sapper David Watson from 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) passed away on 31st December 2009.
David Watson, deployed on Op HERRICK 11 as a Number 3 Operator in a Conventional Munitions Disposal Team as part of the Joint Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group within the UK Counter IED Task Force.
Sapper David Watson's family made this statement:
"Dearly beloved Son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend, David. He always managed to achieve above and beyond the goals that he set for himself often going that extra mile to achieve beyond the bounds of what was expected of him.
"He loved life itself...

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Rest in peace David
I first met David at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of David
My fondest memory of David was ****
David used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about David is ****
David inspired me to ****
David changed my life by ****
If I had to sum up what David meant to me it would be ****
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