A photo of Denette Cotton is affixed to a telephone pole at the spot on Highway 6 in Winlaw where she was killed. Several bouquets line the ground.

Winlaw mother remembered

The woman struck and killed by a semi-trailer on Highway 6 earlier this month was a mother of four young children.

The woman struck and killed by a semi-trailer at Winlaw earlier this month was a mother of four young children.

Denette Lee Cotton, 35, was hit around 11 p.m. August 14 in the 5900 block of Highway 6.

RCMP say she was standing on the road, wearing dark clothing, in an unlit area.

A celebration of life was held last Thursday.

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