“My deceased husband is still listed on my property ownership, I do not have a mortgage, It is fully paid off. I want to quit claim my house to my daughter so when I die the Property will be hers. Can I do that without his name being mentioned on the quit claim deed?”
You probably cannot do this directly. However, some states have an abbreviated procedure for transferring property between spouses, without having to open a full-blown probate. You should consult with a probate attorney to see if this is available in your case.
Once the property is in your name, of course, you can do with it what you like. However, you should be aware that transferring the property during your lifetime may have unwanted tax consequences. Depending on your situation, you may be better off giving it to your daughter by will or trust.