Donald E. Lott
1930 - 2021
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Donald E. Lott
South Carolina - Donald E. Lott peacefully passed away in his sleep on Monday, February 8, 2021 at his son, Don's home in South Carolina where he and his wife were staying. He was 90 years old. Donald was born on the family's dairy farm in Wantage on July 3, 1930 to the late Eber and Hester (Smith) Lott. Being raised on the farm, he continued to live and work there until his retirement in 1993. Upon his retirement, Don and his wife moved to Ashland, Ohio.
Donald was predeceased by his sisters, Celia and Vera and his brother, Calvin. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Arlene (Vogel) Lott; his children, Linda (Lott) Eick and her husband Bryan, Donald Lott and his wife Patty, Gerald Lott and his wife Gale, and John Lott and his wife Brenda; 12 grandchildren and many great grandchildren.
Memorial graveside services will be held in the future at Clove Cemetery. Local funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Pinkel Funeral Home, 31 Bank Street (Route 23), Sussex.. Online condolences may be offered to the family at

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Published in The New Jersey Herald from Feb. 13 to Feb. 14, 2021.
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February 16, 2021
Jerry and Family,
With sympathy on the loss of your father.
Denise Sutton
Denise Sutton
February 15, 2021
Arlene and family,
May your memories bring you comfort and your faith solace.
Ted and Annemarie Stephens
Annemarie Stephens
February 13, 2021
My most sincere condolences to all of the Lott family at Don's passing. I grew up down the street from the Lott farm and spent much time at their home with fond memories. They were like a second family to me and we shared good times at the movies and the Branchville fair. Moved a good deal of hay and silage with the boys too . He will be missed by many. My prayers are with all.
Carl Gibbs
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