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Vivian Wirth Daugherty
SUN LAKES, Ariz. - Vivian Wirth Daugherty of Sun Lakes, Arizona, passed away on Feb. 16, 2020.

Vivian was born at the family homestead in Lukin Township on Oct. 16, 1940. She lived in Bridgeport and Lawrenceville much of her early adult life and raised her three children there.

Although away from the area for 35 years, she stayed in touch with family and friends and received the Daily Record through her moves from California, Texas and Arizona.

Vivian worked as a book keeper, office manager and later built a successful real estate career in the Woodlands, Texas.

Vivian is preceded in death by: her parents, John Henry and Irene Wirth; sisters, Charlotte Pageant, Patsy Hayes and Janet Deckard; brother, Jerry Wirth; and daughter, Dawn Kelly.

She is survived by: husband, Steve Daugherty of Sun Lakes, Arizona; brother, Jay Wirth of Bridgeport; daughter, Kim Thompson (John) of Deland, Florida; daughter, Pam Morgan Maher (David) of Glencoe; and three grandchildren, Jill Leech of Tampa, Florida; Charlie Maher of Boston, Massachusetts; and Erin Maher of New York, New York.

Vivian's 33 year marriage to Steve was filled with travels, a shared love for their grandchildren and a devotion to each other. Though declining in health in the past years, she lived a full, giving and connected life with family, especially her grandchildren, who will miss the daily cards, texts and packages filled with pride and love.

Vivian was an avid golf and football fan, could tell a story with the best of them and will be dearly missed.



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