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WATTS, Peter

Posted By Obits On January 18, 2019 @ 4:22 PM In Obituary,Park Memorial Chapel | 50 Comments

June 11, 1950 – Kingston, Ontario
January 18, 2019 – Calgary, Alberta

Peter Watts, of Calgary, AB, passed away on Friday, January 18, 2019 at the age of 68 years.

Peter was born in Kingston, ON, where he grew up and attended Queen’s University, obtaining his degree in history and politics. While attending Queen’s he found himself in the radio booth working for the campus radio station CRFC while also managing the university football and hockey teams.

That radio experience was the start of his life’s work in the media industry. Some of his most memorable positions included CKWS TV in Kingston hosting news, weather and sports, CKLC radio show “Kingston Today”, CBC Sports Edmonton, Commentator for TSN Sportsdesk, Host/Producer of the Alberta Morning News on the Corus Radio Network, as well as writing for the Alberta Racing Commission. Peter’s love of journalism made him a natural mentor; he was known to always take the time to guide and coach new staff.

Peter is survived by his sister Linda Watts, brother Paul Watts, both of Kingston, ON; cousins and their families, Carol Grieco (Angelo Grieco, predeceased) of Kitchener, ON, Heather (Stephen) Roberts, Janice (Mike) Morris, Sheila (Kevin) Riley, and Sharon Thompson, all of Kingston, ON.

The family would like to thank the staff at Rockyview General Hospital for the care they provided Peter.

A celebration of life will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY (Deerfoot South, 12281 – 40th Street S.E., Calgary, AB) [1] on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.  Reception to follow in the Hospitality Centre at the Funeral Home Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

Another celebration of life will be held in Kingston, ON at James Reid Funeral Home (900 John Counter Blvd, Kingston, ON [2]) on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 2 p.m. Reception to follow.

If friends or family so desire, a Go Fund Me page has  been established in Peters honour with all proceeds going to a fund that will assist the next generation of  Broadcast Journalists. https://www.gofundme.com/peter-watts-memorial-fund [3]

In living memory of Peter, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Deerfoot South, 12281 – 40th STREET S.E., Calgary, AB T2Z 4E6, Telephone: 403-203-0525.

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Condolence from Michelle Gayse Leader on January 18th, 2019 6:15 PM

Terribly sad to hear about Peter. He will be remembered as a kind, gentle soul with unmatched passion and dedication to a well respected career in sports broadcasting. My condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time. May you find peace in knowing the positive impact Peter had on everyone he came in contact with during his extraordinary life.

Condolence from Dave sinclair on January 18th, 2019 9:46 PM

So sad, I so enjoyed listening to Peter on the weekend on his QR morning news. So informative and easy going. We’ve lost one of the last true journalists. RIP.

Condolence from Candis Lane on January 19th, 2019 6:45 AM

Peter was an old friend from Queen’s. We were undergrads in the early ‘70s, and slowly our careers brought us to Alberta. We stayed in touch over the years and got together a couple of times a year. He came for Thanksgiving dinner: only a few months ago. We shall miss him very much.

Condolence from Bruce Buchanan on January 19th, 2019 7:40 AM

So sorry to hear of your passing.
You were a true gentleman, I used to enjoy our conversations at the rink.

Condolence from Patricia Martin on January 19th, 2019 11:41 AM

Peter Watts was my kind and wonderful neighbour for many years . I will miss his sense of humour
and his words of wisdom.
My Condolences to his Family Friends and Colleagues.

Condolence from Tod Button on January 19th, 2019 12:15 PM

My condolences to the Watts family. He was a true champion of Amateur Sports and a person I always enjoyed catching up with in the rinks in Calgary. RIP

Condolence from Dick Mulville on January 19th, 2019 4:13 PM

I remember Peter as a student at FSS . He was an outstanding young man even as a young high school student .I always enjoyed talking with him whenever I met him after he had left high school . my condolences to Paul and Linda

Condolence from Dawn Vandermey on January 19th, 2019 4:44 PM

Peter was such a kind and gentle man. I worked a little bit with Peter at Bobsleigh Skeleton Canada, he taught me so much in so little time. He had such a wit about him, he could always made me laugh. Rest in Peace Peter.

Condolence from John Winegarden on January 20th, 2019 11:13 AM

I was a neighbour of the Watts family in Reddendale(a Kingston, Ont. suburb). I still have the United Church 1971 ‘Directory’ showing Mr. & Mrs. Watts and their 3 children Peter, Linda and Paul. The family was held in high esteem there. Peter went on to enjoy a high profile, successful career. I believe Paul and Linda still live in the Kingston area. Paul helped arrange a vacation schedule for my parents over 30 years back.

I hope Peter’s family and his siblings are coping as best they can during this difficult time.

Condolence from BRUCE BARKER on January 20th, 2019 12:37 PM

I had the pleasure of working with Peter @ CHQR 770 in 2003 when we hosted Sportstalk. He was a kind soul and always there for me when I started with the Calgary Roughnecks. Heaven just got a heck of a sportscaster !!!!!
Rest in peace Peter!

Condolence from Ron Taylor on January 20th, 2019 1:31 PM

So many condolences to pass on regarding this special guy. I worked on many projects with him and he always presented himself with humor, professionalism and inclusivity. I enjoyed every one because of how he went about his business. I’m really going to miss “one-take Watts” and so will pretty much everyone else…

Condolence from Bill Tuele on January 20th, 2019 1:49 PM

Sharing careers as both broadcasters and public relations professional, my friendship with Peter was cherished.His calm and measured approach showed so many colleagues the proper path, and I am dismayed that his voice has been silenced at such a young age. I suspect people will be fondly remembering him for a very long time. To his countless friends and especially his family, I share your sorrow.

Condolence from Nancy on January 20th, 2019 2:03 PM

So enjoyed his Sunday morning talks with celebrities. Condolences to his family.

Condolence from Frances Pender on January 20th, 2019 3:03 PM

I am a long-time neighbour of Peter’s at the condo building in Calgary where he lived for many years and I will miss our frequent chats at the mailboxes or in the elevator and his positive and easygoing nature. The hallways of the Pavilions feel a little more empty now without you Peter. My condolences to Peter’s family. May he rest in peace.

Condolence from Bob and Terri Armstrong on January 20th, 2019 3:42 PM

Linda and Paul. So sorry for your loss. Our prayers and sympathy are with you both during this difficult time. Hugs to you both.

Condolence from George Johnson and Rita Mingo on January 20th, 2019 4:32 PM

Our condolences to Peter’s family on their loss. Peter was a media colleague and a friend. We will miss him dearly.

Condolence from JIm Van Horne on January 20th, 2019 4:49 PM

Peter was a pro, a gentleman and a friend. He’ll be missed by all who new him and had the privilege to work with him. Bless you Peter.

Condolence from John Wells on January 20th, 2019 5:50 PM

Few Canadians in media ever had the overall knowledge, leadership, and expertise of Peter Watts. He was an accomplished commentator, writer, reporter, interviewer, producer, and teacher. Peter had more friends in the media than anyone ever knew. No one ever said an unkind word about Peter Watts in all his years on the ‘air’.
The Wells family lost a true friend. We met Peter over 40 years ago and he remained close to all of us.

John, Blythe, Ali, and Ashley.

Condolence from Henry Cranshaw on January 20th, 2019 5:58 PM

Many wonderful childhood memories of times with our aunts and uncles and first cousins. In these past few years we have reconnected with Paul and Linda particularly on the golf course with Paul. Our sincere condolences.

Condolence from Kelly Sutherland on January 20th, 2019 7:33 PM

My condolences to the Watts family. Had the honour to talk to Peter many times during my career. Always a genuine and honest individual with that famous smile. RIP my friend.

Condolence from Donna Gordon on January 20th, 2019 8:07 PM

I really enjoyed listening to Peter on Saturday mornings. I am so sorry that he is gone. He always sounded like such a calm and kind person. It was a lovely part of my day to hear him.

Condolence from Kathleen Edwards on January 20th, 2019 10:33 PM

Dear family,
I worked with Peter at Corus Radio for many years. He was such a nice guy, always ready to stop and chat, helpful and kind. He took a genuine interest in everyone, no matter how young or old. He was one of a kind, and will be missed!

Condolence from John Henderson on January 21st, 2019 12:36 AM

Peter and I sat side by side in the Press-box for years at Calgary Flames home games.
Good reporter.. better guy!
RIP sir..

Condolence from Laura (Wagar) Palango on January 21st, 2019 5:44 AM

Dear Paul and Linda,
I was deeply saddened to hear of Peter’s passing. I remember Peter as a true gentleman, dedicated professional and passionate sports fan. His irreplaceable, Kingston voice will definitely be missed but may you take sincere pride in knowing it will be fondly remembered locally, nationally and internationally. May wonderful, family memories sustain you both at this difficult time. Laura (Wagar) Palango

Condolence from Paul Romanuk on January 21st, 2019 5:44 AM

As so many have said, and will continue to say, Peter was a good man who touched many, many people over the years. I had the pleasure of working with him during the early days of TSN. His professionalism (and contact list) made a huge impression on many a young broadcaster. He also had a wonderful, dry, sense of humour at times. I still chuckle when I think back to a conversation Peter and I had one time when we were getting ready for a show. It was about those original TSN black blazers (notorious lint magnets) we all had to wear. He wasn’t impressed…

“Whose idea were these black jackets? They collect every piece of dust there is. I can never keep the thing clean. I’m always picking dust off it! When I want to dust my apartment, I just put on my TSN jacket and walk around and the job is done.”

To this day, I can’t look at a picture of one of those old jackets and not think of Peter’s line…

It’s very sad that he has left us so early. My sincere condolences to his close friends, family and loved ones.

Condolence from Gloria Pivnick on January 21st, 2019 6:24 AM

I am so sorry to learn that your brother Peter passed away.My thoughts and heartfelt sympathies are with you at this sad time

Condolence from Wayne Nelson on January 21st, 2019 8:36 AM

Peter was a special guy…a genuine, warm & caring human being. I first met Peter either just before or while covering the ’88 winter Olympics. Over the years whenever we’d meet, and of course during the almost 15 years we worked together, I was always greeted with a smile and sincere inquiry as to how I was doing. He was a mentor to many. He always had time for others – willing to listen and offer a positive suggestion, point them in the right direction or to lend a hand if needed, even if he was busy with his own work. I often recall him asking, “What can I do to help?” Peter loved his work with a passion. And really, his work was people – the people he met either for the first time or on a regular basis, those he interviewed, and the broad subjects he covered, but especially sports. I think he made an impact in their lives.I know he did in mine. In social settings Peter always had a great story or two or three and could usually be counted upon to provide a zinger or two – delivered with a twinkle in his eye and a wry smile. He was truly one of the nice guys. He was my friend and I’ll miss miss him. My sympathies and deepest condolences to his family for whom his loss must be so much greater.

Condolence from M. Elizabeth Burke-Gaffney on January 21st, 2019 8:56 AM

I’m so sorry to learn about Peter — he was an honorable, fine man and very kind to me. My sincere condolences to you all.

Condolence from Jared & Jan Joynt on January 21st, 2019 9:07 AM

To Linda & Paul Watts;
I met Peter, in 1993 Grey Cup, when I was the go to guy between Bill Pratt & Rickman, making plans for Grey Cup in Calgary. Peter was working with Rickman/Stampeders, we met at McMahon. We shared a common birthday on the 11th of June and spent many years with celebrating our special day.
Peter joined us in our camp sites for a dinner over the fire. His first one with us was in Radium Hot Springs when he came and stayed over night, we have a Motor Home, he left in the morning quiet as a mouse, and we were surprised to find him gone, the note he left on the cupboard said “thanks for the memories”, which I found most heart warming. Through the ensuing years we kept up with campground meals, birthday celebrations. I remember Paul coming out to our camp at one time with Peter.
When he went in for his surgery to have the Valve installed, he stayed with us during his recovery for a couple of weeks and then went to Brian & Christi Murphy’s for further recovery.
He was very gentle and kind, and knowledgeable on many subjects, the last dinner with us by the fire was August in Willow Rock, when we phoned he said what can I bring, and I suggested a chicken, he arrived with chicken and Cobbs dinner rolls. We visited until about 8 pm and he left to go home to get another interview ready for his show. We felt that his health was deteriorating and felt he had lost a lot of weight…

Peter always said “ I’m 12 years younger than you, and I’ll never catch up”. I have many pictures if you would like me to send them to you please ask. I could sent to this email address or if you prefer send me your address and I will oblige!!!
If you find a pair of red long johns in his belongings with the Snowflake & Rings on, it was one of the gifts we gave him when we celebrated at the Keg.
Blessings on you,
Linda, & Paul.
Heart broken to loose our very special friend.

Condolence from Ken Chilibeck on January 21st, 2019 9:50 AM

How very sad to hear of Peter’s passing. I had the pleasure of not only working with him at CBC in Edmonton but also with TSN for a number of years. When he moved to Calgary it was always a treat to be able to catch up with Peter and have a chat when I was covering a Flames game or Stampeders game. After moving to Golden BC and changing careers, Peter would regularly phone me to ask how I was and threaten to come and play some golf here. He never did. I wish he had. One of a kind. Photo is from the 1988 Olympics at the TSN studios in Calgary.

Condolence from Doug Abraham on January 21st, 2019 10:30 AM

I wish Peter could have stuttered on-air occasionally, or at least once, just to prove he was human like the rest of us.
I wish not visiting with Peter at his memorial service will be just a case of Peter being late for … let’s call it a press conference. But Peter was never late, either. But that’s the thought that will help me get me through this very sad event.
RIP, ol’ pal.

Condolence from Jack MacDonald on January 21st, 2019 11:46 AM

Condolences to the Watts family – Peter was one of those rare humble media types. We met in ’78 covering the CFL – he was with CBC Edmonton I was with 2&7 and CFAC Radio. We crossed paths countless times at so many varied events over the years. We were part of the Joynt-Watts birthday dinners and also enjoyed lunches at Nick’s where the group would solve the ills of the world. A kind, thoughtful professional who loved sports and journalism. He had a positive impact on most. He will be missed.

Jack & Lisa MacDonald

Condolence from Stan J. Schwartz on January 21st, 2019 4:04 PM

January 21, 2019

The Watts Family,

I am deeply saddened by your loss of Peter.

The Watt’s family will be faced with enormous and profound adjustments. These adjustments will be such that they affect the whole being. The path of grief, hurt and finally acceptance will take time and is one that each member of the family must travel alone. You are fortunate that your family and friends are close and each in their own special way will help others.

I, like so many, was fortunate to have known Peter as a friend and as a member of the Canadian sports and broadcasting fraternity. I have been blessed in my life to meet people that made a difference. Peter Watts is one such person. There is a saying, “Friends are the family we have chosen.” “Life is Brief and Unpredictable” and true friendships that provide lasting wisdom and support are few. We only go around once and it’s nice to go around with good people and good friends. Peter always found time for his friends. Peter is one of the truly good guys.

His tools are generosity, strength and compassion. Society will only be as good as the people who devote their personal time to society’s betterment. By that yardstick, those who knew Peter are richer today because of his commitment over the years. Peter’s dedication and longstanding commitment to Canadian broadcasting and sports are a rarity when compared to the selfishness and individualism so prominent in today’s society. He always expressed a genuine interest in people he met and what they were doing. Peter’s spirit of giving had no boundaries.

However, a more important statement about Peter and the kind of person he was is what he left behind. Peter is such a lucky person to have a caring family and friends. What greater satisfaction is there in life? People are better off today for knowing Peter Watts.

Knowing all too well the tough times that lie ahead, empathy for the Watts’ family is strong. Remember the good times that will always be there to remind you, for they will help you through the many hurtful moments. Hold these memories fast. Soon they will help you remember with a smile. Peter lives on in your life and the lives of others who knew him.

Rest in Peace My Friend.

My sympathy and prayers are with the Watts’ family.

Stan J. Schwartz

Condolence from John Morrison on January 21st, 2019 5:05 PM

It was so sad to hear of Peter’s passing. I was lucky to work with Peter at TSN back in the 80s, when I was just starting my career. As many have said, he was a genuinely nice man who acted as a mentor to many. His familiar shout of “there’s your story!” in the TSN newsroom will always be etched on my mind. He had a deadpan sense of humour and a lot of time for people. He will be truly missed. My condolences to his family and many friends.

Condolence from Les Sinclair on January 21st, 2019 6:56 PM

Sorry to hear the sad news. Condolences to all his family. In the 1970’s Peter did PR for the Kingston senior baseball team for Doc Wager and me. He was so particular. Right down to the condition of the diamond performed by the city.

Condolence from Cheryl Herperger on January 21st, 2019 7:26 PM

Peter was one of a kind. I have not met anyone like him – kind, honest, humble, authentic with so much compassion, empathy and love for family, friends, colleagues and of course sports. I am still in shock and disbelief but am finding some peace in knowing he is free of pain and in his own peace. I met Peter while working in the media and sports broadcasting world. He was a mentor to many and friends to all. A great man who will be greatly missed. Rest easy my friend.

Condolence from Anne Genge on January 22nd, 2019 6:32 AM

Our sincerest condolences to Peter’s family.
Reg and Anne Genge

Condolence from Les & Martha Forkes on January 22nd, 2019 7:44 AM

Our sincere condolences are extended to Paul and Linda. I have known Peter since elementary school. He was always friendly and willing to help anyone who needed it. When I worked at Rideau Heights P.S. Peter setup a tour of TSN and a meeting with Michael Landsberg for our students. Unfortunately, Peter moved west before the tour and our students missed the opportunity to meet him. I had not seen Peter in the last few years but was shocked to hear of his passing and feel a sense of loss of an old friend.

Condolence from Joyce Moore on January 22nd, 2019 8:40 AM

Remember Peter fondly (as the boy who wore his pants too high and for his extraordinary public speaking) from Grade 6 at R. Gordon Sinclair Public through to Grade 12 at F.S.S. My condolences to his family.

Condolence from Robyn Trevor Braley on January 22nd, 2019 1:26 PM

I got to know Peter as a PR guy pitching stories for Alberta Morning on NEWSTALK 770 and CHED. You had to have your pitch down with a clear understanding of what angles would be relevant and interesting to an Alberta audience. We also chatted many times at the station when I’d come in to do commercials during the week. I would periodically email observations about interviews during his show and he’d respond during commercial breaks. Never afraid to ask the hard questions, but always did it with respect, fairness and kindness. RIP Peter.

Condolence from David Evans on January 23rd, 2019 9:31 AM

After reading this extensive list of attributes and fond memories I can see that I am not alone in my eary atachment to Peters work. He clearly was the consumate journalist, and newscaster. He was always spot on, I knew I would enjoy listening to his broadcasts regardless of who was on with him. Truly a large loss, RIP Peter

Condolence from Mat Monaco on January 23rd, 2019 1:17 PM

Lori and I wish to express our deepest sympathies to Peter’s Family on his passing. We first met Peter at Calgary’s Stampede Park during morning training hours. He would walk the backstretch and up and down shedrows in search of human interest stories to report for the print media he was working for at the time and/or his radio shows. Over the years thru the media, Peter made significant contributions to the Alberta horse racing scene by exposing the sport to fans, industry stakeholders and participants. A true professional, polite, and classy gentleman who greeted you with a ready smile each and every time our paths crossed. He will be truly missed.
Lori Brickman & Mat Monaco – Calgary

Condolence from John Armitage on January 24th, 2019 7:38 AM

Although not well known Peter was a founding member of the Kingston Rowing Club and Queen’s University Rowing team in 1976. Peter served on the steering committee which investigated the feasibility of rowing in Kingston in 1975/76 and served on the first Board of Directors of the KRC. He is recognized with his name painted on “The Nascopie” which is the first Olympic class eight-oared rowing shell manufactured by Empacher Racing Shells in Germany purchased by the KRC in 1992 and still in use today. A donation has been made to the Kingston Rowing Club in Peter’s honour to purchase a pair of racing sculls (oars) on which his name will be painted. Peter was a genuine, friendly and dependable friend for the few years I knew him before he left town for bigger things. On behalf of the Kingston and Queen’s Rowing Community I offer sincere condolences to Peter’s family, friends and co-workers.
John Armitage, Head Coach Kingston Rowing Club (1977 – present) and Head Coach, Queen’s University Rowing Team (1977-2016)

Condolence from Rob Colwell on January 25th, 2019 8:00 AM

We grew up with Peter, Linda and Paul in Reddendale/Point Pleasant and remember good times together at RG Sinclair and Frontenac. We wish his family and all who loved him Peace, courage and strength during these difficult days. Peter was born to be involved in sports team management and sports reporting and was one of the lucky ones who got to live out his passion.
The Colwells (Bev, Rob, Jane, John, David, Cathy)

Condolence from Phil M Stockmen on January 25th, 2019 10:36 AM

Just read this on Elliotte Friedman’s 31 thoughts this AM. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/31-thoughts-whats-next-oilers-chiarelli-firing/

Peter Watts always exuded class.

31. Twenty-Five years ago, I was a young magazine reporter looking for an interview with Calgary Stampeders quarterback Doug Flutie. I was new. The startup publication I worked for, The Sports Pages, lasted two issues. But I called the Stampeders, who were going to Hamilton, and made a request. A few days later, following their day-before walkthrough, I was talking with Flutie for five minutes in the middle of Ivor Wynne Stadium. It was definitely not what I expected, and it was appreciated. Most people remember Peter Watts as a reporter. I didn’t know him too well in that role, but I was always thankful how, in a brief stint as Calgary’s media-relations contact, he was generous to a young reporter. All the best to his friends and family.

Condolence from Elaine Macpherson on January 25th, 2019 11:05 AM

I have lost a great and long-time friend in Peter Watts. I knew Peter when he was with TSN in Toronto, and became re-acquainted with him through the Thoroughbred horse business when we both relocated to Alberta. Our friendship, both personal and professional, spanned a period of greater than 30 years. Always a positive voice, a fair and measured interviewer and writer, Peter’s passing will be a great loss to the his radio listening audience, and more particularly in my working with him, to the Alberta Horse Racing Industry. Always cheerful, thoughtful and helpful Peter leaves us with happy and lasting memories. My heartfelt condolences to his family, he was a truly fine man.

Condolence from Julie Brewster on January 25th, 2019 11:07 AM

“How lucky we are to have known someone who is so hard to say goodbye to”
My heartfelt condolences to Linda and Paul and Peter’s many, many friends. I spent numerous happy hours with Peter watching horses at the race track and I know I will automatically look for him at the winner’s circle.

Peter’s passion, dedication, courtesy and congeniality came through in his racing updates and articles. Peter would show up to the backstretch and wander the shedrows before the races and he always found someone who was happy to visit with him. He asked probing questions and was genuine in his interest in the horses, stables and industry. He was enthusiastic at our successes and gentle with our defeats and he always enjoyed cheering for our equine athletes.

He will be truly missed by his racing friends, and he leaves a large hole in our hearts. Sincere condolences to Peter’s family and friends.
Julie Brewster

Condolence from Curtis Stock on January 25th, 2019 2:52 PM

My sincerest condolences to Peter’s family and friends.
The world lost a great human being who was full of warmth, loyalty and kindness. He was much more than special.
He and I were roommates when he arrived in Edmonton from Toronto: he was Felix; I was Oscar. I remember poker games in our apartment, which he never participated in, but would come by with air freshener to try and rid the apartment of the cigar and cigarette smoke.
I don’t recall him ever having a bad day. Instead, I always remember him smiling.
Peter would help anyone anyway he could. He covered the big sports events but he was much more at home with amateur sports or attending minor sports events – loving to find the human interest angles which he did on TV, radio and on thehorses.com website for Horse Racing Alberta where he wrote once a week on thoroughbred and harness racing.
A pro in the media and in life it is such a cruel injustice to have him leave us so soon.
Curtis Stock

Condolence from Judy Wise Wright on January 26th, 2019 8:39 PM

I am so sorry to hear of Peter’s passing . It was wonderful to read all the messages and tributes
from his friends and colleagues . Please accept my deepest sympathy to both you and Paul at this
very difficult time .

Condolence from Darrell Bauder on January 29th, 2019 7:21 AM

Very sorry to hear of Peter’s passing. I will miss our chats at the track.

Condolences to Peter’s family.

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