Elizabeth L. Daggett

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Meriden - Elizabeth L. Daggett, 66 passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2009 at MidState Medical Center. She was born June 4, 1942 in Allegheny, PA a daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (Troy) Benedict. She was a member of Door of Hope Church and was also part of the Full Gospel Ministry for many years. She is survived by two sons, Kevin Daggett of Meriden and John Daggett of Alaska, four grandchildren, Elizabeth, Justin and Alexis Daggett and Raechelle Delacruz, three sisters-in-law, Grace and Lucy Daggett and Gail Hand, and two brothers-in-law, Charles Daggett and Karl and his wife Mariella Daggett. She also leaves two nieces, Gertrude and Kimberly Daggett, four nephews, David, Philip, Denny and Vito Daggett, two great nephews, David and Anthony Haynes as well as many friends at Door of Hope Church. She was predeceased by a sister, Barbara Eger. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 30 at 11:00 am at the Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden. Burial will follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Randy Samody will officate. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home on Friday, May 29 from 4-8pm.

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  1. I can’t even begin to imagine what you must be going through at this time. I was so sorry to read about this happening. I’m sorry for your loss and for not keeping in touch more.

  2. Betty possessed such a sweet and kind spirit it was a blessing to know her. Her courage in the face of her physical limitations is inspiring to me and my family. Her total reliance on God for His comfort and peace in her times of distress is a wonderful testimony of His presence in our lives. May you be comforted and inspired by her faith and the way she lived it out having touched so many lives. Gregg and Lenora Woods & Family

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I remember hanging out with Betty Lou as a young girl when we visited your grandparents. I was only in grade school and she was a teenager. We always watched .American Bandstand. together. We would sing and dance, we had a great time. A member of my family is gone and I will treasure the memories of her forever. Your cousin,

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