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Obituary: Theadore A. Daley

Ted, after losing his battle with cancer at 84, passed quietly in Elk Grove the home of his daughter with his loving wife Sonia at his side on June 18, 2009.Ted was born in Roseville in September of 1924 and moved to Elk Grove in 1932. While serving in the U.S. Army in Tehran, Iran, he met his wife Sonia. They married in 1945 and returned to the U.S., eventually taking up residence in Elk Grove where they raised their two children. Ted had a very successful career with PGandamp;E and retired in march of 1987 when he and Sonia moved to Truckee, making that their primary residence. They loved to travel and eventually started spending their winters in Mesa, Arizona. Ted Filled his life with activity. He loved building houses, hunting, fishing, playing golf and was a Mason for over 50 years, holding dual membership in both Elk Grove Lodge 173 and Truckee Lodge 200.He was also a member of the Elk Grove chapter 109 Order of Eastern Star. He is survived by his living wife Sonia, his son Chris Daley and daughter-in-lay Dee Dee, his daughter Linda Haas and son-in-law Mike, along with five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, sister Barbara Eckerman, sister-in-law June Dwyer, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was loved and respected by all who knew him and especially by his family. He will be greatly missed and always loved. A memorial service and celebration of life is to be held at the Elk Grove Masonic Lodge located at 9829 Waterman Rd. on July 25 at 11 a.m.


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