In Memory

Lloyd Daley

Lloyd Daley

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01/20/23 03:01 PM #1    

David Warlick

A good friend and neighbor on wanamassa;s  Appleby Drive. LLoyd could run like a gazell and loved to sing with the boys at APHS.


01/20/23 03:19 PM #2    

Malama Karakoglou (Marousis)

May his memory be eternal.

01/21/23 06:00 PM #3    

Ronald Rosenstein

Thanks for posting Dave. Little Lloyd and the Lovers was our accapella group at APHS.

Lloyd on lead, Vic Borsellino, Skip Keppler and I sang the harmony. Great fun.Lloyd loved it as we all did.





01/22/23 10:52 AM #4    

Tad Kallini

Lloyd was also an excellent hitter, holding the home run title when we left Little League. I offered up two of those home run pitches (in the same game) during my last year of Little League. I can credit Lloyd for my decision to move to an infielder position. Peace, my friend.


01/23/23 10:20 AM #5    

Lana Goldberg (Gauvreau)

Lloyd and I went all through grammar school and high school.  He had a great sense of humor and a great voice. Knew his parents very well.  In second grade he gave me a small gift which I still have  and wanted to show it to him at our 50th, but that was not to be.  However I was able to pay my respects at his grave that weekend. We are loosing too many too fast. Enjoy each day, it's just too darn short!

01/23/23 06:14 PM #6    

Paul Uslan

It was always great watching Lloyd at bat in Little League at Dow field unless you were the one piching to him. He was the only one I ever saw hit homeruns over the lights and wires in the outfield. Monster dingers!

01/25/23 08:13 AM #7    

Eddie King

Lloyd was a close and dea friend. We hung out all four years. Laughed, joked, sang and played pick up games, at Park Blvd,.of basketball or baseball. Double dated occasionally. Nice relationship and will always be in my memories of life

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