Frank James Dailey, born Feb. 8, 1947, gave up the ghost peacefully at Hospice of North Idaho Schneidmiller Hospice Area, on Oct. 7, 2020, at four a.m. After struggling with liver most cancers for the remaining 4 years, he’s now with our Excellent Lord in heaven.
Frank was once born in San Diego, rising up as an avid surfer and browsing up and down the California coast maximum of his younger existence.
He met his real love the summer season of 1964, and so they have been married June 23, 1965. He served within the California Freeway
patrol for 5 years after which went directly to change into a grasp journeyman machinist. He raised his circle of relatives in California and loved being a baseball supervisor for his children groups, and in addition loved tenting, using bikes and touring.
Frank was once an writer and wrote the guide, “By no means Agree with a Russian,” about his circle of relatives life-history and escaping from Russia. They moved to North Idaho in the summertime of 2003. Right through retirement they loved exploring existence within the northern states.
Frank is survived by way of his loving spouse of 55 years, Anna Marie Dailey; his youngsters, James Philip Dailey and Connie Ann Vigil; his grandchildren, James Philip Dailey Jr. and Kathryne Elizabeth Lynn Scardino; his great-grandchildren, James Philip Dailey III, Octavia Bobbie Scardino and Alexander Fisher Scardino.
Services and products might be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, at Peace Lutheran Church, 8134 N. Meyer Street, Put up Falls, Idaho, adopted by way of a meal and birthday party of existence, then the burial will happen at River View Cemetery in Coeur d’Alene in a while after.
Touch Connie Ann Vigil at (208) 964-2899 with any questions.