Services will be at a later date for Dolores K. Duggan, 86, Tampa, who died Nov. 23 at St. Luke Hospital in Marion.
She will be laid to rest in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Tampa.
Dolores, fondly known as Dee, was born July 22, 1934, in Copan, Oklahoma.
She was the daughter of George and Tina (Potteiger) Bonham.
Dolores was a 1952 graduate of Wann High School in Wann, Oklahoma. She was united in marriage to Thomas E. Duggan on Nov. 29, 1975.
Dolores last worked as a cashier for the Tampa State Bank.
She was a member of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Tampa and active in church activities. Dolores was a founding member and Queen Bee of the Shady Ladies Red Hat Society.
She volunteered her time to the Tampa Pride group, the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, the Lady Lions, and was a proud member of the Kansas Democrats.
She and Tom enjoyed traveling both in the United States and overseas. Dee was a fashionable go-getter and loved her family and friends, her coffee, the ABC News with David Muir, receiving mail, berries of any kind, decorating for every holiday, reading, and the community of Tampa where she lived for the past 40 years.
After marrying Tom, she also enjoyed her many years of fun as a member of the Duggan clan.
Her loving family includes her children Debra Hall of Gypsum and Darla Hall of Lee’s Summit, Missouri; grandchildren Adam and Kaylee Hall; sister Darlene (and husband, Ernest) Kite of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and many dear friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husbands Darius Hall and Tom Duggan; sister Ylita Mead; and brothers Bill Bockius and Ernie Bonham.
Her family would like to thank Dr. Baxa and the nurses at St. Luke Hospital in Marion and Marion County Home Care Services for their devoted care.
Special appreciation also goes to Connie McMahan, Francie Mueller, Kathy Kroupa, Danny Duggan, Eunice Steiner, David Mueller, the Tampa State Bank, the Santa Fe Trail Café, and everyone in the community for everything they’ve always done for her.
Yazel-Megli Funeral Homes, Marion, is serving the family.
Memorial contributions in her name may be directed to Tampa Pride, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, or the Tampa Trail Stop store.
Please sign her online guestbook and leave a memory of Dolores at www.ymzfh.com.