Dailey, Donald Walter

September 21, 1941 ~ July 01, 2024

DAILEY, Donald Walter – Age 82 of Brigden, passed away on Monday, July 01, 2024 at C.E.E Hospital Bluewater Health, Petrolia. Beloved husband and dearly loved companion of Sandra for 60 years. Loving father of sons, Dan (Ellen) and Brian. Dear Grandpa to Jonah and Nathan. He is survived by his brother Glen (Mary), also many dear nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Glen (2000) and Evalene Dailey (2011) and brother Paul (2004) (Nadine Miersma). Cremation has taken place, and a private family service will be held at a later date.  Sympathy may be expressed through donations to March of Dimes Sarnia-Lambton, Community Living Sarnia-Lambton or Canadian Diabetes Association.

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  1. Don,Sandy and their families have been dear friends to us for many years. Much love,comfort and blessings to each of them.

    John (Jack) and Barbara Tynan

  2. Our sincere condolences. What a great guy he was!
    Neil and Lorna

  3. Dear Dan, Ellen, Jonah, Nathan and the extended family,
    We are sorry for your loss and mourn with you during your time of sorrow and bereavement. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, and may you find comfort in knowing that your dad left fond memories. He is now in peace with Jesus.
    With our prayers and sympathy,
    Neil & Monica Woods

  4. Dear Sandy and family, I am so sorry to hear that Don passed away.
    Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Wendy (Graham) Nickelson

  5. I remember all the wonderful times Sandy, Don, Bill and I camped at Cathcart Park and all the time we spent together. Don was truly a wonderful brother in law. All my love to Sandy, Dan, Ellen and Brian.

  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. May the God of peace bring you comfort.

  7. “Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.”
    Always in our hearts and prayers.

  8. Mr. Dailey was a great teacher, but my best memory is of how he directed the Choir for the Music Festival. I recall that we won First Prize, two years in a row. Rest in peace, Mr. Dailey.
    My condolences to your wife and family.

  9. I have so many wonderful things to say about Uncle Don. He was always around when I was little and once went to one of my high school classes to talk about our church, all the students loved him. He was such a loving person to whomever he met. He was funny and loved to make you smile. I will miss him terribly.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to Aunt Sandy Dan, Ellen and Brian. May the good Lord bless you with peace.

  10. To the Dailey family. My deepest sympathy with the lost of Don. I always enjoyed him for a teacher in public school. He will be remembered.

  11. I have so many wonderful memories of Uncle Don.
    The time he spent helping me with math and science fairs and then to the loving way he and my Dad blessed my children. My love and prayers are with you Aunt Sandy, Dan, Ellen and Brian. I pray for comfort for you all.

  12. So very sorry to hear of your loss. Uncle Don will be greatly missed but always remembered for the loving and caring man he was. I have so many great memories which I dearly cherish. Hugs to you Sandy, Dan, and Brian. May you find comfort in these difficult days by the love that surrounds you. Thinking of you all.

  13. I’m very sorry for your loss Dan, Ellen and family, thinking of you at this difficult time,

  14. . Deepest sympathies to the Don’s family. Don was one of my vert favorite teachers , Grade 7 teacher in the Brigden School. Big Hugs to all of you as you remember hm. .