Patrick DalyPatrick Fitzgerald Daly, 42, of West Fargo, ND, died Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at his home. Patrick was born April 4, 1969, in Jamestown, ND, the son of John and Lila (Burkhardt) Daly.
Patrick Fitzgerald Daly, 42, of West Fargo, ND, died Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at his home.
Patrick was born April 4, 1969, in Jamestown, ND, the son of John and Lila (Burkhardt) Daly. He attended St. John’s Academy in Jamestown and graduated from Jamestown High School. Pat graduated from Moorhead State University and since then has worked in the restaurant industry. He was employed at Ground Round in Fargo, ND for nearly 20 years, working his way up to Assistant General Manager. He was currently employed as General Manager of Ruby Tuesday’s in West Fargo.
Pat enjoyed attending races in Brainerd, MN with his friends, listening to music, and following sports. He had great artistic abilities and enjoyed spending time with his family, friends and co-workers.
Pat is survived by his parents, John and Lila Daly, Jamestown; one sister, Michele (Wade) Sundeen, Jamestown; one brother, Michael Daly, Fargo; three nieces, Alyssa Daly, Abigail Sundeen, and Brooke Sundeen; and aunts and uncles.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Tim Daly and grandparents.
Eucharist of Christian Burial: – 10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 3, 2012 at St. James Basilica, Jamestown.
Prayer Service 7:00 p.m., Friday, March 2, 2012 at Williams-Lisko Funeral Chapel, Jamestown.
Interment – Calvary Cemetery, Jamestown, North Dakota.
Online Guestbook – www.williamslisko.com
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