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Alan Brock Dailey, 54 - April 24, 2015

Alan Brock Dailey, 54, of Arnold passed away Friday, April 24, 2015, at Great Plains Health Center in North Platte.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. on Wednesday (today), at the Arnold Public Schools. Burial will be at the Arnold Cemetery.
Dailey was born May 9, 1960, at North Platte to Donald Dale and Beverly Jean (Kramer) Dailey, the youngest of four boys.
He graduated from Stapleton High School in 1978.
On July 26, 1980, he was united in marriage to Rebecca “Becky” Lynn Long at North Platte. The couple made their first home in Stapleton, then moved to North Platte where he was employed with Bob Long, Sr.
Dailey and his wife then moved north of North Platte where he worked alongside his wife’s father, Bob Long.
In July of 1986, they moved to Arnold where he then worked for Bill and Allen Conner for 18 years. In 2005, he started employment with All Points Cooperative and was recently awarded 10 years of service.
He was known as a true gentleman, a dedicated worker and caring family man with a never ending love for his wife, according to family members. Family was the most important thing and his grandchildren were his world.
Dailey was always friendly and shared his contagious smile with many, the family said. He will be remembered for the positive impact he made on the world, for fun times and his relationships with others.
?He enjoyed camping, golfing, dancing with his wife, working on projects with his boys, and will always be their cowboy, stated the family.
?Dailey was preceded in death by: his grandparents, Clifford and Faye (Brummet) Kramer and Clayton and Mabel (Lewis) Dailey.
Survivors include: his wife, Becky; his sons—Brock (Robin) Dailey and Lindy (Della) Dailey; three grandchildren—Kora Ryann, Paityn LeeAnn and Bo Alan, all of Arnold; his parents, Don and Beverly Dailey of Arnold; brothers—Dan (Jo) Dailey of Long Pine, Cliff (Pat) Dailey of Hyannis and Lemoyne (Rhonda) Dailey of Thedford; his father and mother-in-law, Robert “Bob” and Jo Long of Tryon; sisters-in-law—Carmen Eimers of Shickley, Bridget Lange of North Platte, Kelly (Mark) Ward of Tryon; numerous nieces and nephew.
Memorials are suggested to the Callahan Cancer Center, the Sandhills Cancer Fund and the Arnold Community Foundation.