Clyde William "Bill" DaughertyFebruary 16, 1947 – November 9, 2004
Clyde William “Bill” Daugherty of Parachute passed away Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs. He was 57. A memorial wake will take place from 7-9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, at the Hideout in Parachute.Bill was born in Colorado Springs on Feb. 16, 1947, the son of Clyde William and Eleanor (Seybold) Daugherty. He served in the U.S. Navy for four years. Clyde married Vee Haywood on May 1, 1982, in Layton, Utah. Bill, a 15-year resident of Parachute, was a plumber for the Hideout for 10 years and a member of BPOE 2286 (Elks Club) and Rifle Moose Lodge 5508.He is survived by his wife, Vee, of Parachute; a son, John Daugherty of Mesa, Ariz.; daughters Brenda Sompolski of Illinois and Julie Reed of Mesa; his mother, Eleanor, of Elizabeth; sisters Jody Headlee of Waynesburg, Pa., and Joy Doyle of Elizabeth; and six grandchildren. Bill was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Paul Daugherty.Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.Farnum-Holt Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.The Hideout is located at 201 E. First St. in Parachute. From Glenwood Springs, take the Parachute exit off Interstate 70. Turn left on First Street, and the bar is the third building on the left.The Hideout is located at 201 E. First St. in Parachute. From Glenwood Springs, take the Parachute exit off Interstate 70. Turn left on First Street, and the bar is the third building on the left.
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