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Henry Dailey / March 23, 2021

Henry Dailey, 88, of Chase City died Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at Chase City Health and Rehabilitation, Chase City.

Mr. Dailey was born in Charlotte County, March 15, 1933 to the late Bylinda and Nannie Edmonds Dailey. He attended Charlotte County schools, and was a former employee of the Virginia Department of Transportation. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing.

He leaves to cherish his memories two sons, Frank Wilson (Sheila) of Washington, DC and Dennis Staten (Grindl) Drakes Branch; three daughters, Christobella Graves (Kenneth) of Burlington, N.C., Sophia Vereen of South Carolina, Latonia Prophet (Troy) of Clarksville; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; two brothers, Howard Dailey of Keysville and Norris Dailey (Ruth) of Red Oak; three sisters, Rosa Lee Skipper of Red Oak, Lorraine Brown (Herman) of Saxe, and Barbara Staten (James) of Richmond; best friends, Wylie and Duncan, and a vast number of other loving relatives and caring friends.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Dailey was preceded in death by his wife, Marie Seymour Dailey; son, Jack Wilson, and numerous sisters and brothers.

A graveside service was held Sunday, March 21, at Rocky Branch Baptist Church cemetery, Red Oak with Rev. Phillip Staten officiating.

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Arrangements are by Giles-Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Service. 

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