Mildred "Millie" Daley

21 November, 195226 April, 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Millie on April 26, 2021 in her 69th year.

She was predeceased by her parents, Annie and Valentine and by her brothers Don and Val Daley. She will be dearly missed by her sister-in-law Elaine (Peter), her nephew Matthew and by all her extended family & friends.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation has taken place and a private graveside service will be held.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Mildred "Millie" Daley

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Karen Daley

3 May 2021

Millie was the first grandchild in the Daley family. After Millie, many grandchildren followed and she warmly welcomed us all. Millie holds a special place in our hearts because she was a kind sweet soul whose dedication to family was boundless. All the Daley cousins know firsthand Millie’s warmth and generous spirit. While Millie loved to travel the world, Newfoundland, the birthplace of both her parents, held a special place in her heart. She holds a special place in ours. Our heartfelt condolences to all her family on this loss. Sincerely, Paul, Maureen, Louise and Karen Daley in Newfoundland.

Bozica Strohschein

2 May 2021

Dear Millie willingly gave her heart and soul to her entire family. She deeply touched the lives of friends and neighbors. Through her many acts of kindness, she will be remembered as a very caring and generous woman. She will be missed by those who loved and knew her.

Theresa (Singleton) Greene

1 May 2021

I was so sorry to hear of Millie’s passing. Millie was a very kind, warm hearted individual. I always enjoyed connecting with Millie.
I am thinking of the Daley family & Millie’s friends, during this difficult time. RIP Millie.
Sincerely, Theresa

Theresa Daley

1 May 2021

Millie was the most loving and devoted daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend. She would go out of her way to help everyone she loved.

I remember our last conversation in February when we talked about taking trips together once travel could reopen. I will miss these opportunities to travel with you.

Rest In Peace dear cousin. Until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Sandra Burdis (Moning)

1 May 2021

I went to both grade and high school with Millie. I remember the first day at Cathederal, wearing our uniform.She was a smart girl in mathematics.RIP my friend. Sandra

Marianne Vogel

1 May 2021

Millie will be missed in the travel agent community where she was well known for planning many exciting vacation experiences for her clients. She was semi retired but still worked with some long time clients and I respected her expertise and knowledge especially when I was first setting up my own agency and she agreed to work for me ...
Always pleasant, bubbly and will miss
her positive outlook on everything ... Rest In Peace

Noreen Organ

1 May 2021

Millie and I were best friends for over 43 years. Over the years we made countless memories. We traveled many places together and had lots of fun doing it. Millie was a very kind and and special person. I will miss the long talks and all the laughter.
If there are sightseeing tours in Heaven, she is already booked and planning the next one.

Bon Voyage my good friend,
Always remembered

Dan Welsh

30 April 2021

As with so many of us, the passage of time is brought home at the passing of one who in the late fifties and early sixties was a friend from school.
Millie was first and foremost a girl with a great caring and giving heart ❤. She was a wonderful fellow student. My condolences to all of Millie's family on her passing. May she rest in peace.


30 April 2021

Millie was a lovely caring and kind soul. I remember how she loved to share stories and chat away. May she rest in peace.

Mary Catharine Lawlor

30 April 2021

I'm saddened to read of this death. Millie was a classmate of mine at Cathedral Girls. She was a lovely, gentle girl with an excellent sense of humour.