Michael G. DaileyMarch 23, 1951 ~ September 16, 2021 (age 70)
Michael G. Dailey passed away peacefully on September 16, 2021. He was born on March 23, 1951. Mike is preceded in death by his parents Mary Lee (Mother) & Richard Lee Dailey (Father). Mike is survived by his wife of 33 years, Marilou; 3 children; Carrie Weaver (Bruce), Jenna Painter (Jordan) & Amy Askeland (Mike), 8 grandchildren; Blaine, Cole, Connor, Kelly, Jonathan, Calla, Rebecca & Tristan and his 2 brothers; Richard & Phil. Friends will be received at Murrysville Alliance Church on Tuesday, September 21st from 2-4pm & 6-8PM, a funeral service on Wednesday, September 22nd at 10am followed by a luncheon, the burial service will be private for the immediate family. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the “Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation” at https://www.paprolife.org. www.hartfuneralhomeinc.com
Mike had first and foremost committed his life to his Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, he was devoted to his wife of 33 years, children and was absolutely crazy about his grandkids. He grew up in Hillsboro, VA helping on neighboring farms. After high school he signed up & went into the Army during the Vietnam War as a special communications decoder. He returned and attended Virginia Tech University then graduated with a BA in political sciences. He graduated from Duquesne University school of Law with a degree of Juris Doctor. He qualified as Attorney & Counselor of the Supreme Court of the U.S. He was a member of the Westmoreland Bar Association.
His relationship with his family and friends was one of the most important aspects of his life. He lived with honor, humility and strove to always do what was good and just. He led his family by this same example to instill in them his values of love, kindness, forgiveness, honor, respect and integrity. Mike had many interests and likes; some of these were his love of history, specifically in the Civil War, he loved to read and always said “You never discard a book, you buy more bookshelves”. His two favorite vacation spots to visit were Cape May, NJ and a friends’ cabin on the lake where he loved being on a sail boat or out on the open water, but he was most frequently found on the back porch with a good book and a cup of coffee.
He will be forever loved and missed; “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith” 2 Timothy 4:7