Co-Founder of Waters Brothers Construction Passes

A co-founder of a long time local construction company has passed away. 

Albert C. Waters, age 87, passed away Wednesday morning, according to Hampton Funeral Home. 

Albert, along with brother Clifford, started Waters Brothers Construction in the 1950’s.

According to the company website, highlights of their work were: 
• Linville Ridge Golf and Country Club – 1979 through 2012
• Heavenly Mountain Resort – 1998 periodically through 2008
• Blue Ridge Mountain Club – 2004 to present
• Numerous Grading and Excavating Construction Projects since the 1950’s

Services will be conducted March 2, 2019 at Hampton's Funeral Home Chapel. Officiating will be Reverend Lee Reese. Receiving of friends 1:00 – 3:00 and service at 3:00. Graveside services and burial 4:00 Mt. Lawn Memorial Park & Gardens.


*Full Obituary from Hampton Funeral Home*

Albert C. Waters, age 87, of Paradise Peninsula Road, Mooresville, a native and former resident of Watauga County, passed away Wednesday morning, February 26, 2019, at his home.

A couple of weeks ago Papaw said he was ready to go home and not to the mountains but to his heavenly home. God heard his plea. Albert slipped peacefully into the presence of his Lord.

Papaw was born in Vilas North Carolina to his loving parents Henry and Mamie Waters December 10, 1931. He is the first born of six siblings.  He was preceded in death by his sister Helen McGuire. Surviving are sisters Grace Ward of Vilas NC, and sister Dot and.husband Lane Edminsten of Sugar Grove NC. Brother Clifford and wife Joyce Waters reside in Sebring Florida. He is preceded in death by his younger brother Harold Waters. They were raised in a very loving Christian home and learned to work the tobacco fields and learned how to raise a garden.

They were all members of Mountain Dale Baptist Church where he gave his heart and soul to the Lord Jesus as a young teen.

Later in life Papaw met the love of his life Joann Hollars. They married and raised four children. Gary, Larry, Troy and Kristy. Nanny and Papaw had such a love for children that they were also foster parents to many children who were blessed to be under their care.

He is survived by his wife who has been a strong prayerful mate.

Albert was a man of strong work ethics. He along with his brother Clifford Waters started “Waters Construction” back in the early 1970's. When you love what your’re doing you stay with it! He did construction work for 45 years plus. The High Country now enjoys the beauty of Linville Ridge, Seven Oaks, Ole Keller Farm just to name a few.

The things that Papaw held close to his heart were his relationships with family and friends. He would do anything for you. Obstacles and struggles come in this life and he would encourage us to look to the Lord for guidance. His grandchildren were such a highlight to his life. He loved you Wendy, Amber, Christian, Chasten, Abella, Bruce, Amariss and Mylan. He was also blessed with 9 great grandchildren. You will surely be missed.

Papaw was a soft spoken man who loved Jesus and bluegrass music! That always put a smile on his face! His prayer and desire for all of his children is that we can all meet again and celebrate the life he is now living! And we can by simply asking the Lord to be our Savior.

Special thanks to Joann's sister, Pat and Pastor Lee Reese for being by their side during difficult times. Your help and companionship is greatly appreciated!

Services will be conducted March 2, 2019 at Hampton's Funeral Home Chapel. Officiating will be Reverend Lee Reese. Receiving of friends 1:00 – 3:00 and service at 3:00. Graveside services and burial 4:00 Mt. Lawn Memorial Park & Gardens.

In lieu of flowers you may make memorials to Hospice of Iredell County.

Thank you to all of our family and friends who have lovingly and prayfully been by our side. It has made the journey of Heaven sweeter!

Online condolences may be sent to the Waters family at www.hamptonfuneralnc.com

Hampton Funeral and Cremation Service is in charge of the arrangements.

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