“I was blessed to meet John. He was a great insperation to me. I looked forward to every weekend to hang out with John, take him shopping, going for a drive or just to sit and talk. My prayers are with the family. RIP John
“Thanks to the man who fought the good fight to the end. We saw his love for God and for his neighbors. May he rest in peace.
“My mentor and friend. Never forget the boat deliveries to Florida.He to this day is in my mind every time I clear an inlet. John was always a teacher and I will never forget you my friend. Rest-In-Peace.
“So many years and memories of you captain, to this day I never go to sea without paper towel and string in my pocket. Thank you for all the years of teaching and helping. Godspeed JD.
“Mr. Daily worked in his yard well into his 90's. Gotta keep the blood moving is what he would say. He will be missed in the neighborhood.
“My condolences to your Family, very soon God promises us no one will say. "I'm sick" Isa. 33:24
With Deep Sympathy
“Heaven got another angel! We will always remember you John with love and admiration!
“Mr. Daily was working in his yard well into his 90's. Gotta keep the blood moving is what he would say. A real nice guy. The neighborhood will miss him.
“RIP Capt John! We haven't seen you in some time, but I have some great memories of when you would come stay with us prior to your many voyages north/south with my dad! We'll never forget when you brought us White House subs & the plane made an emergency landing because they were concerned over the smell from the onions!! You were always a gentleman & a great example in the time I was around you.
DAILY, CAPT. JOHN IGNATIUS SR. 96 - of Northfield, departed this world on Saturday, June 15th 2013. Born in Philadelphia on November 30, 1916, he grew up in Ventnor. John attended Holy Spirit Grammar and High Schools, was a Ventnor lifeguard and was one of the infamous Daily Brothers who played...Read More