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James Daly

d. February 16, 2021

James Harold Daly
(Jimmy, Jim Dog, Beatle)

James Harold Daly, 57, passed away on February 16, 2021. He came into this world on April 5, 1963 in Petersburg, VA.

Jimmy had three beautiful children with Dianne Jones Daly; his oldest son, James Matthew Daly; wife, Randi, his youngest daughter, Shalana Starr Daly, and preceded in death by his middle son, Jason Reese Daly. Jimmy adored his two wonderful granddaughters, Mckenzie Reese and Cadence Reese.

Jimmy was the youngest to his brothers, David Daly; wife, Jeanette, Kenny Daly; wife, Connie and his sister Sharon Chiles; husband, Johnny Chiles; deceased. Jimmy is preceded in death by his father David O. Daly and mother Mary P. Martin.

Jimmy had nieces and nephews including Beth Pulliam, Torin Daly, Eric Daly, Stacy Hartless, and Steven Stinson. With those came great nieces and nephews including Sidney, Summerlyn, Jeremy, Jacob, Tori Lynn, Sean, Camryn, Treyson, Zoee, and Gabe.

Jimmy had many interests but above all, he loved to hunt with his sons, spend time on the river and canoe, shoot guns with his children, ride his Harley, party with friends, and most definitely loved spending time with his fiance, Wendi Hatcher.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at the Newcomb Allgood Funeral Home in Chase City, VA for immediate loved ones.

In lieu of flowers, please consider memorial contributions in James’ memory to the Barksdale Cancer Foundation, PO Box 225, Charlotte Court House, VA 23923. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at Newcomb Allgood Funeral Home in Chase City, VA will be handling the arrangements.

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