Brian Dailey

In Loving Memory On December 31, 2020 the world lost a wonderful son, brother, father and friend. Brian Francis Dailey died suddenly at his home in Falmouth.

Born on July 11, 1971, Brian grew up in Beverly, MA and spent summers in New Seabury, MA. Brian graduated from Bishop Fenwick High School, Peabody, MA in 1989 and has since maintained strong connections with his classmates. Brian went on to serve in the U.S. Army before attending Southern New Hampshire University where he graduated with a degree in Marketing. Brian spent most of his career in the healthcare industry. Brian lived in North Carolina, West Virginia and Cape Cod, ultimately settling in Falmouth, MA where he worked for at a local hospital for The Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Brian was a lover of music, nature and the outdoors. Brian particularly enjoyed sharing his passion for hiking, camping, boating and skiing with his beloved sons. He was a true friend of all who knew him.

Brian leaves to mourn his mother, Marcia Clancy Dailey, father, Frank J. Dailey, brother, Sean P. Dailey, sons, Jackson and Kevin and former wife, Christine Monaghan Dailey, as well as many cherished family and friends.

A celebration of Brian’s life will be held when it is safe to gather in person. Donations may be made to the Brian Dailey Memorial Fund established for Jackson and Kevin’s educational expenses. https://www.gofundme.com/f/brian-dailey-memorial-fund, C/O Cape Cod Five, 1 Village Green North, Suite 111R, Plymouth, MA, 02360.

For online guestbook, visit ccgfuneralhome.com.

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