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Earl L. Dailey

Thursday, January 14, 2021
Earl L. Dailey

Earl L. Dailey

Earl LaVern Dailey 89 of Arnold, NE departed this life on January 7th, 2021 in Arnold.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday January 13th, 2021 at 2:00 PM at the United Methodist Church in Arnold. Burial with Military Honors was held at 1:00 PM at the Arnold Cemetery. Govier Brothers Mortuary/Arnold Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. A visitation was held on Tuesday at 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the United Methodist Church in Arnold with the family greeting friends 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Amold Fare and Rescue or the Sandlalls Out Reach Charity (SORC). Services were live streamed at www.govierbrotherszom

Earl was born on April 1st, 1931 to Clayton and Mabel (Lewis) Dailey south of Arnold in Lincoln County. He all country school in Yucca Valley, Loyal, and Lower Powell, then attended High School in Arnold, graduating in 1948. Fad enlisted in the US Army on January 3rd, 1952 and was discharged on December 16th, 1953. Fad was married to 11aAnn Jensen on April 20th, 1952. After his service Earl and Ila moved back to Nebraska. In 1958 Earl and Ila added a son Dennis Eugene Dailey. The family lived between Callaway and Cozad for 15 years before moving back to the Arnold area. Earl did custom work and worked with cattle. He loved his horses, roping the calves, and attending brandings.

Earl was preceded in death by his wife Ila, a son Dennis, his parents, a brother Donald and wife Beverly, a brother Kenneth, a sister Katherine and her husband Clark Armstrong, and a brother-in-law Earl Webster.

He is survived by two grandsons, Brent (Leah Underwood) Dailey of Oconto, Steven Dailey of McCook, a granddaughter Dennett Breckenridge of Virginia, MN, six great grandchildren, his sister Ester Webster of North Platte, special niece Becky Dailey of Arnold, a brother-in-law Gayle Miller of Kearney, nephews John (Lana) Webster of North Platte, Dan (Jo) Dailey of Long Pine, Cliff (Pat) Dailey of Hyannis, Lemoyne (Rhonda) Dailey of Thedford, Robert (Debbie) Sailor of Curtis, Doug (Rachel) Miller of Tucson, AZ and a niece Ann (Mike) Wescott of Gibbon. Earl is also survived by many nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.