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Vince Dailey, son of former Gloucester City Mayor Succumbs

Vincent Joseph Dailey, the son of former and now deceased Gloucester City Mayor Vincent M. Dailey, succumbed after a long illness on Monday, February 11, 2008. He was residing in Sun City AZ

Born on February 16, 1942, Vincent was a long time employee of the Courier Post News Paper in Cherry Hill NJ until his retirement where he and his family moved to Sun City; AZ. Vincent had two children whom one of which is deceased in August of 1993. (Matthew Dailey).

Vincent is survived by his wife Geraldine M. (Leap) Dailey, and one son and daughter-in-law Vincent and Cathy Dailey.

He served with the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He was also a life time member and past Post Commander of the VFW post 3620 in Gloucester City NJ.

A graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School Class of 1959, Mr. Dailey also served and was a member and fire police officer for the Gloucester City Fire Department Battalion #4. He was also a member and a fire police officer for the Lambs Terrace Fire Department in Gloucester Twp. NJ.

Mr. Dailey was also a life time member and past Captain of the Camden County Fire Police Assoc.

The funeral direction is under the care of Palm Funeral Homes in Sun City AZ. The family request that in lieu of flowers that donations be made in his memory to either MT. St. Mary's Convent 320 Powell Ave. Newburg NY. 12550, or to the Camden County Fire Police Assoc. PO Box 911 Bellmawr NJ. 08031