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Don Daly Called Home Mar 1, 2001

Daly5.jpg (20775 bytes) Don Daly, Hollis Entrepreneur, dies in Vermont at age 69. Mr. Daly was well known to the people of Hollis and the surrounding communities in which he made his living for over 30 years. For the last 10 or so folks were accustomed to seeing him with his lawnmower, gardening tools and his trademark Peugeot Motorcar. Donald Richard Daly was born on April 24th, 1931 in Brooklyn, New York. He was the son of the late Helen Barraga and Albert Daly. His twin sister Dolores died in 1973. Donald is survived by his wife Conswella Daly, sons Daren
and Donald R. Daly, Jr., his daughters Gregoriann Rollins and Courtney Daly. He has two grandchildren, Bailey and Andrew Rollins. Donald is also survived by his two brothers Kenneth and Kevin, his nephew Keith Oliver who resides in France and Molly Daly who lives in Spain with Kevin and Mercedes Daly. Mr. Daly graduated from Jamaica High School and Hofstra University. He was a veteran of the Korean War and taught History in the NYC Public School system. In later years Mr. Daly was the owner of a New York Daily News franchise and subsequently a gardening business. He moved to Manchester, Vermont in December 2000 with his wife Conswella to retire. Friends & relatives are invited to a Memorial Tree Planting in his honor. The ceremony will take place at 88-34 195th Place on Saturday, June 2nd, 2001 at 3:00 PM. For specific information and directions kindly call 800-616-6399.

Letter From Courney Daly, Daughter July, 9th, 2001

My family wanted to print a public thank-you on the HollisNY.com website for the lovely memorial service that was held in honor of my father.

We would like to thank everyone who participated and shared their thoughts of Donald R.- Daly Senior.  It was a touching tribute that certainly commemorated a life that has touched everyone he came into contact with.  When people question why someone had to die, maybe they should ask why they lived because a life truly is a gift filled with precious moments and learning experiences from which we grow and experience true love.

Sincere thanks,

The Daly Family

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