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Offered January 10, 2018
Prefiled December 31, 2017
Celebrating the life of Nathan Watts.
Patron-- Locke

WHEREAS, Nathan Watts, a hardworking marketing professional, devoted youth athletics coach, and respected member of the Hampton community, died on June 28, 2017; and

WHEREAS, born in Hampton, Nathan Watts attended Hampton High School, where he played basketball and baseball; and

WHEREAS, known for his charismatic personality and infectious smile, Nathan Watts enjoyed a successful career in advertising and marketing, including a long tenure with Clear Channel Radio Group in Norfolk; and

WHEREAS, in 2004, Nathan Watts launched N-Sight Marketing and Management, a Hampton-based marketing, media placement, and promotional services company; and

WHEREAS, as chief executive officer of N-Sight Marketing and Management, Nathan Watts worked closely with Southeast Virginia radio stations and was also involved in promoting local events such as the Hampton Bay Days festival; and

WHEREAS, a passionate sports fan, Nathan Watts gave generously of his time as a mentor and coach, working variously with the Boo Williams basketball program, the Hampton Wythe Little League, Hampton Parks and Recreation, and the Aberdeen Athletic Association; and

WHEREAS, Nathan Watts was happiest in lively conversation with friends, meeting new people, or watching his favorite football team, the Pittsburgh Steelers; and

WHEREAS, Nathan Watts will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his wife of 28 years, Tracye; his children, Taylor and Nathan II; his mother, Ellen; and countless other family, friends, and members of the Hampton community; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the Senate, the House of Delegates concurring, That the General Assembly hereby note with great sadness the loss of Nathan Watts, a valued member of the Hampton community; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the Senate prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Nathan Watts as an expression of the General Assembly’s respect for his memory.