DAUGHTON, LottiePosted: March 9th, 2019
Following a lengthy battle with cancer, Lottie Margaret Daughton (age 87) passed away at Raymond Health Center on March 06, 2019. She is pre-deceased by her older brother Arthur Jeffs (infant), her younger brother William Jeffs and her husband Charles Robert Daughton.
She is survived by her sister Irene (Ray) Neurauter of Spiritwood, SK her brother Henry (June) Jeffs of Prince Albert, SK; her daughter Irene (Neil) Graves of Mortlach, SK and her sons Donald (Julia) Daughton of Raymond, AB and Robert (Lora) Daughton of Balfour, BC. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren — Gary Graves, David Graves, Jolene (Ivan) Bergerman, Tawnia Daughton, Mandy Daughton, Tiffany Daughton, and Shelby Daughton; and by 7 great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
An open house/viewing will be held March 14, 2019 from 7:00 – 8:30 PM at the Taylor Street Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 221 N 400 W, Raymond Alberta.
A Graveside service will be held at a later date at the Mortlach, SK cemetery, next to her beloved husband Charles Robert Daughton.
The family would like to publicly thank all those dedicated health-care workers for making Lottie’s hospital stay as comfortable as possible. We would also like to thank her (and our) many friends for their selfless acts of kindness during this difficult period in her life and in ours.
To send condolences, please visit www.generationsfh.ca
She was a wonderful aunt and will be missed.
Mom and I were so sorry to get the sad news of Lottie’s passing. Though she’s had a life full of great times and memories and bushels of love from family and friends, the world will never be the same without her. We hadn’t talked to her for years and yet one could always feel the presecence her amazing spirit brought to this earth when we reminisced about the days we were neighbours. You were ever so lucky to have this lovely kind human being in your family! I’m sure everyone she ever met fell madly in love with her! She was a rascal at times and brought so much joy and laughter everywhere she went…we know that thonher body may be gone, her spirit is ever near. She and Kay Bennett were the best of friends and I believe that they were angels in human form. I know they are happy to be reunited on the other side and no doubt always scheming on how they can carry out shananagans and bring laughs and sunshine into the lives of those are missing them and needing a little help. Reminding us they are just a whisper away.
Love you all
Loretta and Judi