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Weaver-Hughes Mortuary

33629 Yucaipa Blvd, Yucaipa, CA

OBITUARY

Dale Stanley Worley

November 30, 1930November 7, 2019

Dale Worley passed away the morning of November 7, 2019 quietly at his home in Lookout, California with his grandson Samuel Steele by his side. He was 88 years old. Dale was born November 30, 1930 in Point, Texas. He spent most of his life living on the West Coast in Oregon, where he met his wife and then California. He married Nancy Ann Curry, and together had four children, the oldest daughter Kathleen Cherie, and sons Thomas Paul, Richard Dale, and James Franklin. He has two grandsons, Samuel Steele and Nicholas Worley. During his life, Dale was an active Boy Scout leader when his sons were younger, an activity he enjoyed for over 30 years, where he was bestowed the Silver Beaver award. He enjoyed camping, hunting, and fishing as a child with his family, and carried the camping and fishing traditions with his family. Dale worked as a Service Technician for General Electric for 25 years until his retirement. In his later years he pursued ranching as a hobby, which he enjoyed very much. He devoted much of his spare time to helping friends and family whenever possible. In death he joins his Father Searcy, his Mother Lizzie-Kate, his Sisters Kathleen and Linda, his Daughter Kathleen Cherie, Son Thomas and Wife Nancy Worley. He is survived by his Son Richard and wife Kristie and Grandchildren Nicholas, Thomas, and Kristina; his Son James and his wife Justine; his Grandson Samuel and his wife Kim and Grandchildren Connor, Morgan, and Makayla.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, November 21, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, November 22, 2019

Memories

Dale Stanley Worley

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Royce Bell

November 22, 2019

Jim and other family of Dale; I am greatly honored as a chaplain for this service, to be charged with the story of Dale's life. Indeed, my sincere sympathy attends this note. His story is a good story and one which will be interesting; I truly hope we will be able to honor Dale in the manner he deserves. ~rpb~

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY