OBITUARY

Dennis "Denny" Hassan Dailey

July 18, 1947June 8, 2021

Dennis “Denny” Hassan Dailey, age 73, passed away of complications of Agent Orange Tuesday, June 8, 2021 in Abbey Hospice in Social Circle, GA. He recently resided in Oxford, GA.

Denny was born in Columbus, OH and was raised in Negley, OH graduating from Beaver Local High School in 1965 and went on to graduate from Kent State University, with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He served proudly in the United States Army as a Sgt. in the 25th Infantry, during the Vietnam War receiving the Purple Heart, two Bronze Stars and a Presidential Citation. Denny moved to Conyers, in 1987, where he proudly owned and operated DHD Metals for 31 years with his wife, was a member of Holy Cross Anglican Church, in Loganville and was a member of Madison Masonic Lodge #93, he was a member of The Stained Glass Association and The American Glass Guild. Denny enjoyed golfing, fishing, cars, playing tennis, traveling and the beach.

Mr. Dailey was preceded in death by his parents, Bert Hassan and Jean McCann Dailey.

Dennis is survived by his wife of 39 years, Janice L. Dailey; daughter, Danielle Thacker and her husband, Ken; son, James H. Dailey and his wife, Coleen; brothers, David Dailey and his wife, Joanne and Mark Dailey and his wife, Sondra; four grandchildren and one on the way, Cameron, Brandon, Hudson, Hayden and Hollyn; several cousins, nieces and nephews.

Viewing hours will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, June 18 at Bernstein Funeral Home with services to follow at 2:00 p.m. in the funeral home chapel.

Bernstein Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Services

18 June

Visitation

1:00 pm

Bernstein Funeral Home

3195 Atlanta Hwy.
Athens, Georgia 30606

18 June

Funeral Service

2:00 pm

Bernstein Funeral Home Chapel

3195 Atlanta Hwy.
Athens, Georgia 30606

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Todd Loy

June 10, 2021

It was a blessing to know a man like Dennis Dailey. I will always treasure the times we had. Dennis had a way with words, especially when he was telling a story about some of the experiences he had in life, it was hilarious. I am grateful to Dennis and Janice for employing me for over 25 years. Dennis and I talked about everything in the 25 plus years, and he always had good advice. Somehow Dennis knew the right words to say. Anybody that knew Dennis knew how stubborn he could be, but that just added to his charm. I pray that Janice, Danielle, Ken, and their children receive the strength and support to help them through this difficult time. I am forever grateful to have known a man like Dennis Dailey. He will be greatly missed. Todd Loy

Larry & Kathy Wilson

June 10, 2021

Dear Janice and Danielle, we are so sad for your loss. We have so many wonderful memories of our time as neighbors. I think watching Danielle, Scott and Lyndsey playing together were some of the best. The time Scott rowed Danielle across the lake we just knew Dennis was going to kill him when they came back. They were supposed to stay along the edge. Even though we have not seen each other in such a long time due to illness, we have always kept you in our thoughts and prayers. We will always treasure our friendship, and know this new baby will be a blessing at such a sad time for you both. You, as well as the two grandchildren were a joy to Dennis and gave him many years of happiness. God Bless all of you at this terrible time in your lives. We love you.
Larry and Kathy