Mott, Laura Elaine

Laura Elaine Mott
Date Of Birth: 01/30/1963
Date of Death: 06/22/2013

Laura Elaine Mott (Alexander), 50, of Beaverton, Oregon went to heaven on June 22nd, 2013 after a tough fight with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. She was born on January 30th, 1963 in Blue Island, Illinois.

 

She is survived by her beloved husband of 22 years, Marc M. Mott of Beaverton, Oregon, her two children, Tabatha (Josh) Greene of Naperville, IL and Kevin Tyler II and the joys of her life, her two grandchildren, Anna Marie Tyler and Elliott Greene. She is also survived by her parents, Joseph (Karen) Alexander and Barbara Alexander, her siblings, Eric, Lynn (Wayne), Meg (Mark), and many nieces and nephews.

 

Laura was a caring, compassionate and devoted wife, mother, sister, friend and daughter. She loved nothing more than spending time with her grandchildren and being the best “Nemo” she could be. She always put others before herself and loved doing so. She will be missed dearly by all.

 

A memorial service will be held at a future date and time. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation online or mailed to IBC Research Foundation, 321 High School Road NE Ste, D3, PMB 149, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.

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  1. Sheri (Clay) Cooley says:

    I would like to let the family of Laura know how deeply sadden I was to hear of her passing. I had always wondered where and how Laura was doing since we graduated PCHS. She was such a soft spoken and sweet girl and I am glad to hear she lived a great and happy life. Please accept my sincere condolences and know I will praying for you now and in the days ahead. God Bless you all.

  2. Marlene Evans says:

    I am sorry that you had to say goodbye so soon to your daughter, wife, mother, sister and aunt. While I didn’t have a personal relationship with Laura, I knew her through the family and met her at times when she would visit. What I saw in Laura was a woman of incredible strength, which became evident as she battled cancer. She never let cancer stand in the way of her remaining connected to her family. She travelled and visited when most of us probably would have stayed at home in bed. She kept her family close and it is so clear to me how much she loved you. To have had that, for even a short time, is a very wonderful gift. Know that God loves you and is with you always.

    Love,
    Marlene, Bill and Grace

  3. Lyn says:

    Mark, this is Lyn. I visited with her just a few weeks ago, and I have been texting every few days. I am so sad and I just wanted to offer my sympathies to you and your family. I simply adored her, I thought she was a hoot, and I am so happy that I got to know her when I did. Please don’t hesitate to contact me.

  4. Ray & Shelli says:

    To Marc & Tabatha & other family members- we hope and pray that strength will find it’s gentle path into your lives at this sad time.

  5. Jim Tyler says:

    Laura married my brother when I was about 10 years old. . . She always called my Jimbo, even when I was an adult with kids of my own. . . because of my age I feel she always considered me another little brother. I will always remember her love for her family, children, and grandchildren.
    I pray you’ll find God’s strength in your time of sorrow.

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