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Daffron, Mildred A.

November 30, 1929 - November 21, 2015

Mildred Amelia Daffron born to immigrant parents in Chicago, Illinois Nov. 30, 1929 passed over the rainbow to be with friends and family.  She passed peacefully, painlessly and comfortably at home surrounded by her loved ones.

She was a teacher in the Chicago School District before moving to Texas. She received her Master’s Degree in psychology from North Texas State University and counseled in the Carrollton School District for many years.

She was dedicated to her children and their friends, her grandchildren, her friends, and her pets.  She is survived by her two loving sons Jayme and Logan, grandchildren Gabriel, Justin, Santiago, Amelia, Jaimito, Abraham, and Sara, and great grandchildren Judah and Austin.

The memorial service will be Saturday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. at Christ The King Church, 8017 Preston Rd. in Dallas, TX.  Reception afterwards is at Churchill Estates, 8501 Lullwater St.  In lieu of flowers and booze, please donate to your local performing or visual arts organization.

7 replies on “Daffron, Mildred A.”

Patsy robinson says:

Mil was greatly loved and will be missed by many. I have a number of fond memories of times spent with her. Please accept my condolences.

Eden Gray says:

A life well lived with Love given abundantly. Miss you much. My deepest condolences to the family. Edwina

Hubertus Winnubst says:

Sorry for y’all’s loss. She was always a joy when I would see her in the restaurant. Peace and love

Stacy says:

I’m sorry for your loss. I just wanted to share a comforting thought. In Revelation 21:4 God promises us that one day He will do away with death forever. I hope this brings the family comfort during this difficult time.

David and Nancy Jackson says:

Jayme and Logan and all of the extended family–We loved your mother with all our heart and are so saddened to learn of her death. She so loved all of you and was very proud of each of you and your accomplishments. She will always be remembered fondly by us for her wit, her intelligence, her love of life, her sass, and her joy for all things. We are so glad we were able to celebrate her 85th birthday with you. Our deepest sympathies to each of you. David and Nancy Jackson

David and Nancy Jackson says:

Mil Daffron was one of those persons who was larger than life. Anytime you were around her, you were in for a good…and “very interesting” time. I first met Mil in the Fall of 1974 when I began my first year as an elementary school counselor. She was one of three women who were currently employed by the school district as elementary counselors. I’ll never forget my first encounter with them. They were all very opinionated, intelligent and funny. I immediately loved them, but Mil really took me in and made my wife and I part of her family. She invited us for dinner, and we became friends with Phil and Logan. Phil was one of the most incredible men we had met, and he welcomed us into his home and heart. We remained friends until his passing. After Mil retired, our contact was limited to Christmas cards and occasional visits, but there was always a strong connection and shared love. Nancy and I feel her loss as I know all of the family does as well. May God bless each of you.

Gabriel says:

Happy Birthday! Miss you, Grandma.

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