George and Dorothy Doughty spent every single day together for 68 years. They were so committed and in love that when the one passed away, the other also died only a few hours later.
The couple met after George sent his condolences to Dorothy when she lost her first husband (of only four months) in World War II.
When they met in person for the first time, George carried and newspaper and Dorothy carried a rose.
They shared the same wedding anniversary as the Queen and even went to London for her garden party to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in 1997.
George worked as a baker and Dorothy ran a hair salon with one of their sons. After retirement, they focused on their family.
The couple had two sons, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.