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CLYDE R. DAILY OBITUARY

 

 

 

Former Rock Creek
Resident Dies In
Arizona Recently

 

          Clyde R. Daily, 73, former resident of Rock Creek Township, died April 11, 1954 in Tucson General Hospital, Tucson, Ariz., after an illness of two weeks.
          Daily was born near Carthage, July 22 1881, the son of John W. and Irene McKinley Daily.  He married Anna Rose on April 19, 1910 at Christ Lutheran church, Nauvoo.
          He spent nine years in the implement business and nine years farming in the vicinity of his birth, two years at Loveland, Colo., and the past 25 years in Tucson, where he was associated with the Ice Company, the Sash and Door Company, and in real estate business.
          Surviving are his widow; three children, Lowell Daily and Marguerite Warskow of Tucson, and Curtis R. Daily of Las Vegas Nev; six grandchildren, Donna Daily, William, Ruth, Dorothy, Carolyn and Marilyn Warskow, all of Tucson; three brothers, John Daily of Tucson, Tom Daily of Spokane, Wash., Jim Daily of Carthage; one step-brother, W. G. Berger of Carthage; five sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Snow and Mrs Juanita  Perry of Tucson, Mrs. Marjorie Fulton of Peoria, Mrs. Lula Atkins of Carthage and Mrs. Daisy Siegfried of Ferris; two step-sisters, Miss Minnie Moesser of Daytona Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Mayme Hughes of Carthage; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Hallie Radell of Nauvoo.  He was preceded in death by a brother, Will Daily, and a sister, Gladys, who died in infancy.
          The funeral was held April 14, in Grace Lutheran church, with Rev. Arnold Sitz officiating.  Burial in Evergreen Cemetery.
          Daily's sister's husband, Rome Snow, who lived near the Daily's, died the day before on April 10.

 

Article compliments of
Jaque Owens

 

 

 

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