Virginia Seal Dailey, Hill Section of Scranton, passed away at home on Monday morning surrounded by her loving family.
Born 1943 in Scranton, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Randall and Frances Welby Seal. She was a 1961 graduate of West Scranton High School where she met her husband Thomas Dailey of 59 years.
Virginia devoted her life to her family and found great pride in raising her five children. She loved unconditionally and she will be remembered for her kindness of always putting others before herself. Living her best life was when she was surrounded by her children and she cherished her time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She had many talents that we will carry with us including her love for reading, baking, sewing, and traveling but most importantly the importance of family and being there for one another.
She will be dearly missed by those that survive her including her daughters Melissa Dailey of Scranton and Jennifer Dailey of Scott Township; sons Timothy Dailey and his wife Ellen of Dunmore and Matthew Dailey and his wife Nadia of Kingston; a sister Marion James and her husband James of Scranton; a brother Paul Seal and his wife JoAnn of Sarasota, California; grandchildren Cassidi, Lindsey, Alexandra, Kaylee, Thomas, Lauren, Shane, Victoria, Julia, Jake and Matthew; five great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her son Glenn and brother Thomas Allen Seal.
All CDC guidelines will be strictly enforced, including the mandatory use of facial coverings and proper social distancing.
Please be prepared to pay your respects in a timely manner while refraining from physical contact. Once you have paid your respects it is kindly asked that if you are staying for the service to take your seat or we respectfully ask you to exit the church.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2pm in the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 1000 Taylor Ave. Scranton by Rev. David Searing, pastor.
Friends may call Saturday from 1pm until time of service.
Interment, private at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 1000 Taylor Ave. Scranton, PA 18510.