Shirley Paige Dailey

August 15, 1938October 9, 2021

Shirley Paige Dailey, 83, was called home by the Lord on October 9, 2021.She was born on August 15, 1938 to the late Claude P. and Alva Lee Outland in Suffolk, VA. She was preceded to Heaven by her loving husband of 48 years, Robert Franklin Dailey; step-father, Clyde Ashley; grandmother, Mary Moss Woolard; and her aunt, Eleanor Byrum and her husband, George Woodrow Byrum.

She was a faithful member of Azalea Baptist Church, where she served on committees for many years. She lived a long and full life, asking for little and giving much.

She is survived by her son, Robert Claude Dailey and his wife, Rachel Renee Dailey and her cherished granddaughter, Sarah Lorraine Dailey.

Her and Bobby were loving and caring parents and gave unselfishly to their family. She always looked forward to taking care of her granddog, Miss. Cookie. The family is grateful for all of the support from our many friends!



  • Visitation

    Tuesday, October 19, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021


  • Final Resting Place


Shirley Paige Dailey

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Rachel Dailey

October 18, 2021

Shirley the earlier days !

Jim and Wendy Ross

October 18, 2021

To Rob, Rachel and Sarah,

Please accept our condolences on the passing of your mother and grandmother.

Dianne Winslow Munden

October 17, 2021

Omg. Can’t believe she gone! What wonderful parents you had. Nicest people ever. They always came to my mom and dads house on Christmas Eve for a party. Then the Flemings started joining. Your dad tutored me in math😱when I was in algebra!!! Shirley was moms best friend. I swear they could talk for hours!!!! I remember when they would watch the babies in the nursery at azalea baptist when I was growing up. That church sure was a great place to be raised in. Mrs Dailey was an extraordinary person. Always happy and pleasant. So sorry for your loss. Sad they’re all gone now. They made wonderful memories ❤️

Robert Dailey

October 13, 2021

My mom loved to go to Nags Head with us.

Robert Dailey

October 13, 2021

Miss Cookie visiting grandma.

Leslie Klepec

October 12, 2021

My beloved cat, Smokey- who I know was so happy to see his friend again- was a constant in her driveway, walkway or laying on her couch in the living room. I don't know who enjoyed who's company more. Lol.