Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Time: 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Massapequa Funeral Home, North Chapel
Time: 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Time: 09:45 am
Maria Regina R.C. Church
Pinelawn Memorial Park
May 10, 1977
Owh Kian Ong posted on 11/12/17
Owh Kian met Kevin at Hess - Int’l E&P Financial Controls in 1984. Kevin is a wonderful man and of strong integrity. I referred to him as “Colonel” and he referred to me prophetically as “Professor”. My prayers & condolences to the Daley family. Through Christ, we’ll see Kevin in the future. God Bless.
Carl and Jenny Tursi posted on 11/9/17
Carl knew Kevin from Hess. He and his wife Pam visited us and stayed overnight at our house in Sarasota last February 2017. it was first time I met him and his wife and I was taken by his wonderful personality. He is so friendly and fun loving person. We were looking forward to having them over again this year if his good friend George comes to visit. We are deeply saddened by his sudden passing. Our sincere condolences to the family. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.
MSG(ret) Kevin M Finn posted on 11/8/17
I meet Kevin Daly in 1980, when I was assigned to the 242d Signal Battalion . We became very good friends and we worked very well together, we played many rounds of golf together along with many other social functions during our military career ‘s he had put in many years a Hess and I know he looked forward to his retirement and spending time in Fla. He will be missed by me as well as many other individuals may he Rest In Peace
MSg(ret) Kevin Finn
Heather Mayes posted on 11/7/17
My deepest love and sympathy to the Daley family during this time of loss and remembrance. When I remember Kevin, what stands out is how he lived life to the fullest and was so proud of his family. It was a blessing to have worked with him for many years. I will miss his photo updates from Florida! Kevin, thank you once again for everything and we love and miss you.
Howard & Anita Guarini posted on 11/7/17
We only knew Kevin for 4 yrs. but quickly realized he lived life to it's fullest. We truly enjoyed his company at the many events we attended together both in Belle Lago & the Estero Country Club. We also found him to be a very spiritual & family oriented man. Kevin, you will be missed.
Rick Flanagan posted on 11/7/17
1977 at the Farmingdale training site. Kevin was a 1st LT in A company. He was being driven in a jeep by the notorious 1SAGT Pete Reibling. I was a buck Sergeant recently transfered from the Navy Reserve. I told the 1 SAGT my requirements. He sluffed me off and they both drove away. I followeed Kevcin through hhis career, always a rank below him. One day we were both Majors together. When Kevin began playing bagpipes we would practice together. He l;oved the bagpipes. Kevin was vey serious concerning his military duties. He gave the National Guard 110%. I learned alot from Kevin. He never got riddled and always had an answer for a situation. He was liked and admired by his subordinates and superiors alike. I am truley sorrry about Kevin's passing. I will miss him, but never forget him. Colonel Rick Flanagan
Dr posted on 11/7/17
With the deepest sympathy to the Daley family. I’m so sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. The Bible promises a better future for you and your family. John 5:28, 29 says: “Do it be amazed, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out”. God promises to resurrect those who have died to live a perfect life on earth under his righteous rulership.
My condolences are with you and your family at this time.
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