OBITUARY

Robert Mitchell Dailey

January 5, 1945November 2, 2012

Robert Mitchell Dailey passed away November 2, 2012, after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Christine, and his daughter Susan Suh (Nathan) and son Jim Dailey (Prima). He is also survived by two grandsons Tyler and Colin Suh, and his brother Jim Dailey. Bob was born January 5, 1945, in St. Clair, Michigan to Robert and Ann Dailey. He graduated from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, Eastern Michigan University and received a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Michigan. Bob was a Chartered Financial Analyst and was employed at Detroit Bank & Trust, the RG Dailey Company, and most recently at Schwartz Investment Counsel. As a fourth generation Wolverine and lifelong resident of Ann Arbor, Bob loved this city, its people and its sports. There will be a memorial service on Sunday, November 11th at 11:00am at The Michigan League. Memorial contributions may be given to the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, 301 North Main St, Suite 300, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. www.muehligannarbor.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, November 11, 2012
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Stephen Kershner

January 21, 2013

Shocked to hear of Bob's passing. So many fabulous memories come flooding back from our many Michigania times and adventures. My condolences to you and the family.

Kathy Kershner

January 20, 2013

Just heard about Bob's death from Roger and Linda Rayle (Camp Michigania friends and A2 residents.) So very sorry to hear about it and hope you are doing ok. Was just thinking of you and Bob and his wry sense of humor and your own brand of funniness. Little did I know that Bob was entertaining up in Heaven. Take care. Miss you...Kathy Kershner

Steve Blatt

December 7, 2012

Dear Chris and Family-
I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but was fortunate to have known Bob many years ago in Tappan Jr. High and Ann Arbor High School. He made a point of staying in touch over the years, and one of the main reasons I was looking forward to the 50th AAHS reunion next July was to spend time again with Bob.
I will always remember his easy smile, his great sense of humor and the way he valued friendships, even those going back more than 50 years. I am so sorry for your loss.

November 14, 2012

Dearest Chris and Family, we are so deeply saddened .We are are without words, for such a wonderful man and how he made you laugh. Such a perfect family. May God spread his Love over your heavy hearts. Bonnie and Jeff Ellis and family

Suette King

November 14, 2012

Chris,
So sorry to hear about your husband's death. I did not know him but I enjoyed hearing your stories about your life. May your memories keep you through this difficult time.

Chip Elgass

November 13, 2012

So sad to see this today (11/13). Glad I had the chance to enjoy Bob's great company at the pre-reunion events at Zingerman's the last few years.

November 13, 2012

We were so happy we saw Bob this summer at the class reunion as well as at our wedding. Little did we know at that time that it would be the last time . Our love and prayers to the Dailey family. Ken and Cindy Elder

Alison Hess

November 12, 2012

Today's service was incredibly touching. Bob was an amazing dad and husband with so many great friends. My heart weighs heavy as he left this world too early. We are so, so sorry for your loss. We think of you and him all the time. Love, Ali and Ash

November 11, 2012

Dear Dailey family,Cindy and I were very sad to hear Of Bob's passing. We were shocked that it happened so quickly. I will always remeber how much fun we had at our annual smelt dip/golf trips to Walloon.His witty sense of humor was always appreciated. He was always such a pleasant and positive person to be around. He and I had some good rides back as well and we even listened to his daughters acappella CD one year and he was so proud of her teams performance. They were as good as a group as I`ve ever heard.Bob will sorely be missed. We are sorry that we won`t be at the service. Please take care. Chris. It was good to see you at the Uof M -MSU game.I`m sure Bob will be cheering for the Wolv's in heaven.Go Blue

Lyle andKaren Salamin

November 10, 2012

We were deeply saddened to hear of Bob's passing. For over 50 years I have enjoyed Bob's friendship and wit. He will be missed greatly by all that knew him.