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Denice M (Witten) Daggett

Born: Mon., Jun. 20, 1966
Died: Sat., Jan. 23, 2021


4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Tue., Jan. 26, 2021
Location: Braman & Son Memorial Chapel

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Wed., Jan. 27, 2021
Location: Braman & Son Memorial Chapel

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Denice M Daggett, 54 years old of Knox, Indiana, passed away Saturday, January 23, 2021, surrounded by her loving family in Laporte, Indiana.

She was born Monday, June 20, 1966 in Jasper, Alabama, Daughter of the late Wayne Witten and the late Peggy(Campbell) Taylor.

Denice was a member of the Knox bowling league. She enjoyed bowling, playing darts and cleaning. Her greatest passion was spending time with her family and grandchildren.

September 3, 1988 in Valparaiso, Indiana, Denice married Jeff Daggett, he survives her.

Surviving are her husband, Jeff Daggett of Knox, Indiana, Daughter, Amber Daggett of North Judson, Indiana, Daughter, Alyssa Daggett of North Judson, Indiana, Daughter, Ashley Daggett of North Judson, Indiana, 4 grandchildren Preston Daggett, Cameron Daggett, Xavier Daggett and Roseanna Daggett, Brother, Charles(Donna) Witten of Kingsford Heights, Indiana, Sister, Tina(Bill) Watkins of North Judson, Indiana, Sister, Sharon Lee(Larry) Vinroe of Bulter, Pennsylvania.

She was preceded in death by father Wayne Witten, mother and step-father Peggy Taylor and Clare Waterhouse.

Friends will be received 4 PM to 8 PM, Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at the Braman & Son Memorial Chapel, Knox, Indiana.

Services will be held at Braman & Son Memorial Chapel, Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 11 AM with rev. Jerry Bacon officiating.

Interment will follow in the Crown Hill Cemetery.

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Margaret Noble
   Posted Sun January 24, 2021
I will miss you so much, I will cherish all my memories of you.. I’ll never forget you, miss you till we see each again. . Love you my bf

Phyllis Daggett
   Posted Mon January 25, 2021

Summer Bells was sent by Phyllis and Ronald Daggett.

Brittany Floyd
   Posted Mon January 25, 2021

A Dream in Pink was sent by Denice's Paparazzi Sisters.

Grief is the last act of love we have for our Paparazzi sister. A sister that was loved and enjoyed by many. Please know we feel your loss. Peace and love to you during this sorrowful time. Love, Denice's Paparazzi Sisters

Bev Flora
   Posted Tue January 26, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. your loved one fought hard to be here. She was a very strong woman and loved each of you dearly. There are things in life, I don't always understand, but I believe she is out of pain, suffering that gives me peace, may it each of you, also. She loved life, too. I see her, with her long blond hair flying, smiling and dancing on those streets of gold. I am sorry for the hole it has left in your hearts, but glad her suffering has ended. We prayed for healing, she IS, on the other side. We will see her one day again, and like my dear Mother, she will be healed of the cancer. She would want you to help each other thru this difficult time. May God give you comfort and strength now and in days ahead. I will
be lifting each of you up in prayer and am here i you need me. Joe and Bev Flora

Stephanie Shields
   Posted Tue January 26, 2021

Among the Clouds Basket was sent by MSA Advance Quality Group.

Michelle Marinshaw
   Posted Thu January 28, 2021

Among the Clouds Basket was sent by The Marinshaws.

We are so sorry for the pain and suffering you've had to go through. May you rest in peace, sweet cousin. God has a plan and your purpose on this earth has been done. You are his child, returned back to him to watch over your family and loved ones.

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