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Laura Mae Nott

August 30, 1922 August 9, 2021
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Laura Mae Nott was born in Seco Kentucky on August 30th, 1922, to Amelia and James Lawson. Laura was preceded in death by six of her seven siblings and her husband, Richard Nott, whom she had been married to for 50 years at the time of his death in 2002. Laura is survived by Emma Stackpole, her one remaining sibling; all three of her children David Nott, Joyce (Doug) Lanier and Rick Nott; her 8 grandchildren Kimberly, Billy, Joey, Desiree, Douglas, Courtney, Jaclyn and Laura and 17, soon to be 18 great grandchildren.

Growing up in Lumberport West Virginia, Laura’s childhood story is best told by the song “Coal Miner’s Daughter”. Her life started before electricity was readily available, so her early life was spent cooking and heating with coal. They would go to the local general store to buy basics – flour, salt, tea, coffee and sugar. Everything else they needed would be home grown. Her days were filled with joy, spending time with her parents, all 7 of her siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins on the mountain that was owned by her grandparents.

Laura spent in her young adult life in Fairmont, West Virginia working as a nurse’s aide and soon would move to Akron Ohio and then to Washington, DC where she met her husband and had her three children. In 1969 the family of five moved to Altamonte Springs and then finally settled in Winter Springs. This is where they spent the next 30 years until Laura and Richard moved to Deltona to live with their son, Rick.

Laura’s adult life was full of song, laughter and good times spent with family and friends. She loved so many things, but nothing more than her family. Laura wrote beautiful poetry. She loved to bowl, play poker, sing and listen to music, she loved animals – in particular horses and cats and she LOVED children. Her favorite pastime was cheering on the Washington Redskins and watching her favorite game shows.

In 2016 Laura moved back to Winter Springs, to be closer to her loving daughter Joyce. She would reside there until she passed away peacefully, just 21 days short of her 99th birthday, on August 9, 2021.

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9:00 AM 8/19/2021 9:00:00 AM - 10:00 AM 8/19/2021 10:00:00 AM
Banfield Funeral Home

420 West State Road 434
Winter Springs, FL 32708

Banfield Funeral Home
420 West State Road 434 Winter Springs 32708 FL
United States

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Banfield Funeral Home

420 West State Road 434
Winter Springs, FL 32708

Banfield Funeral Home
420 West State Road 434 Winter Springs 32708 FL
United States
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