DALEY, Carroll C.

DALEY, Carroll C. – At the Charlotte County Hospital on Sunday, November 14th, 2021, Carroll Clyde Daley, husband of Freda (McKeeman) Daley of Old Ridge, NB. Born in Black’s Harbour, NB, he is the son of the late Thomas and Louise (Barry) Daley.

  Carroll worked all of his life out on the water fishing lobster. He then worked for a few years with Connors as well as the former Colwell Mill in Moore’s Mills, NB.

  Surviving, in addition to his wife Freda, of 58 years, are his two daughters, Katherine Hawthorne (Leslie) of St. Stephen, NB, Carol Ann Guitard (Mark) of Little Ridge, NB, and son Darrell (Diane) of Guelph, ON; eight grandchildren, Billy Joe, Amanda, Michael, Darren, Donny, Kyle, Emily and Logan; several great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild, several, nieces, nephews and cousins. Carroll was the last surviving member of his immediate family.

  He was predeceased by his son Donald, numerous siblings, Grace Leslie, Jake Seeley, Ned Seeley, Inez Stuart, Alice Fiander, Mildred Justason, Bernice Stewart, Elizabeth Hooper, Helen MacDonald, Ernest Daley, James Daley and twin brother Darrell Daley.

  By Carroll’s request, cremation took place. Friends attended a graveside service on Sunday, November 21st, 2021 at 2 p.m., at the new Moore’s Mills Cemetery. Archdeacon John Matheson officiated. Soloist was David Humphreys.

  Those not able to attend will be able to view the service through the link made available directly below. Simply copy and paste this link to your web browser and follow the registration process:

https://event.forgetmenotceremonies.com/ceremony?c=3a011cfa-0f2a-4401-b3d7-8 4a027d150c6

  In lieu of flowers; donations to the NB Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences to the family or donations can be made at www.humphreysfh.com

  The family would like to take this opportunity to extend a special thank you to Dr. Karim Janmohammed, nurses and staff of Charlotte County Hospital, nurses and staff of NB Extra-Mural St. Stephen Unit and to his girls at Home Support, who affectionately knew him as their “Candy Man”, for the care and kindness shown to Carroll and his family during this troublesome time.

  Arrangements were entrusted to the care and direction of Humphreys Funeral Home, 20 Marks Street, St. Stephen, NB E3L 2B2 (506-466-3110).