Doreen Kay (Deahl) Daggett went to be with her Heavenly Father October 15, 2018. She was 73 years young, and was born in Seattle, WA to Floyd and Selma Deahl on March 1, 1945. She was the 2nd of three daughters. Doreen graduated in 1963 from Franklin High School and married Roger Daggett in 1965. They had two daughters, Christine and Rhonda. Doreen was a very loving grandma, affectionately called “Nana,” by her six grandchildren.
Doreen was involved for several years with the Maple Valley Chamber of Commerce as well as the Maple Valley Community Center. She was a local business owner of both Summit Accounting and Doreen’s Office Supply store in Maple Valley.
In 2001 Doreen and Roger’s life changed dramatically when she became ill with a virus that limited her ability to walk. Doreen never let her limitations keep her from doing the things she loved. She was very grateful for Roger’s continuous help and loving care during the last 17 years.
After retirement, Doreen and Roger enjoyed traveling to Lake Havisu, Arizona for the winters. They were a part of the Pacer’s Northwest Motor Home Club. Doreen enjoyed many years of great memories and countless friendships in Arizona and with the Pacers.
Doreen loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She played puzzles on the computer and did word searches with them, but most enjoyed talking with them. She was always busy with a project. Doreen loved sewing, knitting, crocheting, and creating anything with her hands. She made blankets and quilts and enjoyed donating them to organizations for Veterans, foster children, and the homeless.
Doreen was preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Selma. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Roger, and daughter Christine and her husband Scott Patton, her daughter Rhonda and her husband Chris Fox; grandchildren Ryan and his wife Kym Patton, Kaitlyn Patton, Maegan, Tyler, Allison and Madison Fox; sisters Patricia Boyovich and Denise Deahl.
She will be deeply missed.