Warren E. Daley beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend passed away very peacefully on Sunday, June 4th, 2023 at 11:42pm surrounded by his loving family.
Warren was born to Lydia and Patrick Daley in Amesbury, MA on March 3, 1935. He was an athlete in his youth as well as an avid reader. He also proudly served our country as a sailor in the United States Navy.
After leaving the Navy, Warren moved to Florida to be close to his Mother and Aunt. There he met the love of his life, Sandra Trochio, for whom he has been together with for over 60 years. Warren and Sandra met at a little cafeteria where they both were working at temporarily to make ends meet. Little did they know those temporary jobs blossomed into a great love. As soon as Warren met Sandy for the first time he said that is the woman he was going to marry and never left her side since.
Warren worked as a barber in St. Petersburg, FL at Razor’s Edge with Randy Mischke for 39 years, where he made so many friends over the years as they raised their children Romey, Eric, Lydia, and Aaron. That lifelong love made so many loving memories for which we will always cherish.
Warren is survived by his loving spouse Sandra, their children, Romey (Jennifer), Eric, Lydia, and Aaron (Tiffany), his grandchildren Ripley and Finn, as well as his sister-in-law Pat and other loving family members who were blessed to have Warren as part of their lives and will miss him dearly.
The family would like to THANK all of the nurses and doctors who took good care of Warren for the past two months at St. Anthony’s hospital, especially Dylan, Dave, Jeff, Jacob, and Carol, as well as all the nurses at BayFront Hospice, especially Tricia and Ruby, who made Warren’s last days very comfortable and peaceful. The family is eternally grateful for all the wonderful care he received while in your hands.
Warren was a loving, gentle soul who worked hard, loved his family, and found ways to give back to the community. Although his time on this earth was not long enough, we are all eternally grateful and blessed for the time we did have. All the loving memories are what will keep his spirit alive today and always.
We love you and will miss you EVERY day. Rest in Peace❤️
Warren’s wishes were to be cremated with no service, so the family is honoring those wishes. Thank you Abbey Cremation for handling all of the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests to please donate to Warren’s favorite charities St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Humane Society of Pinellas.