Judith Elaine Daggett Memorial

Judith Elaine Daggett

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Judith Elaine Daggett, age 67, of Bellingham, passed away September 22, 2013, at Whatcom Hospice House, in Bellingham. She was born February 6, 1946, in Atlanta Georgia to Cameron and Annie (Parrish) Coggins.
Judith worked as a secretary in insurance offices, and animals of all kinds, were the love of her life.
She is survived by her brother, John and his wife, Jackie Coggins, of Bellingham; sister, Mona Archer, of Burlington; nephews, Sean Coggins and his fiancé, Lara, Drew and his wife, Camill Coggins, and Lee Hornbeck; niece, Cheryl Archer and her partner, Paul Logan, of Burlington; many other nieces, nephews and cousins.
Judith was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Larry White, who was her soul mate.
The cremation arrangements are under the care of Lemley Chapel, and a Graveside inurnment committal will be held at Union Cemetery, Sedro-Woolley, at a later date to be announced.

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6 Guestbook Signatures for Judith Elaine Daggett

  1. Bill McCann says:

    I knew Elaine pretty well in High School because we were both very involved in school plays. The plays were very important to her. I lost track of those involved in the drama program but she seemed to keep informed about what was going on in the lives of the crew. In fact, she was the one who told me that Mr. Dunlap, our director, had died (that was several years ago). I didn’t see her often after HS but always hat a nice visit with her when we did meet, usually at one of our reunions. Nice person.

  2. neva Jones Pavia says:

    Mona, sorry for your loss.

  3. Lovella Olberding says:

    Elaine had a hearty laugh, and an open friendliness, that will be missed. My sympathy to all of her family, and loved ones.

  4. LaRayne Jeffries says:

    Elaine was in my class and as young girls, we spent time together roller skating and listening to the radio. She loved animals even back then and had a very big, generous heart. May the good times and happy memories be a comfort as friends and family remember her life.

  5. Rosella Edick says:

    I went to school with Elaine, and I liked her very much. She had a ready smile, and giggle and had a big heart. I remember she had a desk behind me in a math class in high school, and we had to stifle our giggles. I’m very sorry she is no longer with us, and my sympathy goes out to her family.

  6. Sylvia and Jim Ammons says:

    Mona, Cheryl, Lee, John and families,
    So sorry for your loss. May good memories sustain you.

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