Watts, Shannon Eugene, 31, passed away Monday, June 27, 2011 in Oklahoma City. He was born November 17, 1979 in Tampa, Florida to Sherry Chilton. He was united in marriage on January 3, 2004 to Jennifer Robyn Lombardi.
Shannon was raised in Norman and attended the Norman schools, Corn Bible Academy and the University of Oklahoma. He loved playing sports, camping and working on his cars. He enjoyed Thunder basketball, OU football and Dallas Stars hockey. Shannon was vice president and head estimator for Terra-Mar, Inc. He was a LEED AP and was a member of the CLC, the Associate General Contractors and NTCA.
Shannon is survived by his wife, Jenn of the home; three children, Vaughn, Meredith and Gwyneth of the home; his mother, Sherry Chilton of Noble, OK; father and mother-in-law, Michael and Shelley Lombardi of Norman; brother-in-law, Justin Lombardi of Norman; sister-in-law, Jillian Lombardi of Oklahoma City; and his friend, Matt Reece and wife Katie of Norman.
Memorials may be made to the Shannon Watts Memorial Fund at Chase Bank.
A Celebration of Life will be held 6:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M., Tuesday, July 5, 2011 at The Brewhouse, 108 W. Main St., Norman, OK next to Coach's Restaurant.
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