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Obituary: Loren K. Haggerty, 65, Dadville

 

Published: November 01, 2023

By: Provided by Sundquist Funeral Home

 

Loren K. Haggerty

 

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Description automatically generatedDADVILLE - Loren K. Haggerty, 65, died early Wednesday morning, November 1, 2023 at his home under the care of his family and Lewis County Hospice.

 

Loren was born on December 20, 1957 in Lowville the son of the late Everette Albert and Marieange Claire (Aubin) Haggerty, where he graduated from Lowville Academy and Central School, the Class of 1976. He was united in marriage with Candy L. Crouse on November 19, 1977 at Lowville United Methodist Church with Rev. Nay, Pastor officiating. Loren worked for Qubica AMF in Lowville.

 

He is survived by his wife, Candy L., their two children, Keith R. (Summer) Haggerty of Grovetown, GA; Casey J. Tabolt of Lowville; his four grandchildren, Caitlin, Devin, Tucker, and Eleanor; his best friend, Rusty (Jill) Moyer; and his dog, Molly; his brother and sisters, Everett (Carol) Haggerty, Jr.; Gail (Gary) Myers, Rose Garvin (Larry Waite); Naida Cook (Dennis Burgess); and Karen (Keith) Watson; his Crouse family, Terry Crouse, Richard (Darlene) Crouse, and Lori S. (Edward) Darling-Johnson; nieces and nephews,

 

Loren is predeceased by his mother-in-law, Madalene R. Mackey, brothers-in-law, Dennis T. Crouse, William E. Darling, Jr., and his niece, Melinda M. Darling.

 

Loren was a member of Sons of the Lowville American Legion Post #162, he enjoyed golfing, fishing and hunting, going side by side riding, most of all, he loved spending time with his family.

 

Per Lorenís wishes, there will be no services.

 

On-line condolence and sympathy message may be made at: www.sundquistfh.com

 

 

 

 

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