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Nathan Dailey, of Mora, passed away on Friday, March 19, 2021 at his home.  He was 53 years old.

In keeping with Nathan’s wishes, no service will be held.

Nathan Jay Dailey, age 53 of Mora passed away March 19, 2021.

Nathan enjoyed biking, camping and fishing with his son until his COPD limited his outings. They both enjoyed watching football and playing video games.

He was preceded in death by his sister Julie and grandparents Ernest and Mary Gibson.

Nathan is survived by his son Justin; mother Linda and step-father Jerry Pedersen; many aunts, uncles and cousins.

In keeping with Nathan’s wishes, no funeral will be held.  Memorials are preferred for a trust for his son Justin.

A special thank you to his friend Kristie Herzog for all her help.

18 thoughts on “NATHAN J. DAILEY”

  1. My thoughts and prayers go out to Linda, Jerry, Justin and family! So many great memories hanging out and of course all my friends being in love with my cousin! He was such a sweetheart and will be truly be missed! We ALWAYS had each others back, I love you Nate and I will cherish the time we spent together! RIP

  2. Nate, you were well loved and will be remembered always for your huge heart. Your love of music was just one thing we have in common, but one that gives me peace. Rock on in heaven, my friend.

  3. Our deepest condolences to all who knew and loved Nate. Although we never knew each other well, he was always friendliest guy in the room the times we were together. It was clear he was just that kind of person.

  4. Nate, I’m grateful to have known you for even such a short time of 6 years. Loved our talks. I so wish you had more time here with your beautiful son, but I do know you will be keeping a watchful eye. Heaven has gained a great spirit. Prayers and love to Justin and family.

  5. Your heart was so big. I feel blessed that you were in my life. God bless you Nate. I will miss you!!!

  6. Nate,I was blessed to get to know u and spend the last of your days with u. U were such a funny guy and I loved drinking Fireball and joking around with u last summer…u made me have a really good time when I had no friends barely and I know u have to be sooo happy u can breathe finally good again! I will miss u. U r loved by so many! Now u can sit up there and laugh at all us Mora clowns!!😃😋 love u my friend,- “Holy Holly” u will be always be remembered and dear to our hearts!

  7. Nate. You were my best friend before I knew what nephew meant. I will never forget the good times we had and we helped each other through some hard times. I will see you again at the family reunion, a concert or the campgrounds. Save me a kick ass seat. I Love You Brother…JIMBOB

  8. Nathan ..I can’t believe you are gone. I wish Mitch and I would of come up and seen you in Mora again after you moved back. You always think you have more time and life always reminds you of how short of time we all have. I know how your heart ached for Julie and you being with her is what gives me some sort of peace about it all. I will miss our conversations and seeing you my friend of 30 plus years. Mitch and I loved you very much Nathan. Thank you for all of the fun memories we all shared..Until we meet again in heaven… rest in peace my friend.

  9. We were great friends coming out of high school until we went our seperate ways until
    recently we found each other again after decades apart.
    I wish we could have had time to get together in the last couple months.
    I was happy we had the internet to play cribbage online and stay in touch and tell each other
    our latest problems just to get things off our chest. GO VIKES!!!!!!
    Love your friend Jeff

  10. Nathan,
    My memories are from our teenage years. You were chased after by so many girls. I guess you could say you were a
    “Hunk”. Lol. Always making us laugh. You made everyone around you feel like they were special. Buddy I can’t believe your gone. I was the oldest in our group so it shouldn’t have been your time.
    I will miss you and your beautiful soul.
    Justin, I’m sorry you lost your dad at such a young age. Keep the faith and keep moving forward. He was so proud you and we were so proud of him.

  11. I never had the honor of meeting Nate in person, but we sure had fun with our intense football rivalry. I am a diehard Cheesehead 🧀🧀, and Nate, of course, was a Vikings fan!! We would constantly send each other memes and tease one another, all in good fun. Vikings Nation lost a loyal fan, here on earth, but, I know he will be cheering “SKOL” from Heaven. RIP Nate. You will be missed.

  12. I never got the chance to meet Nate in person but we talked often online. I admired him for his love of his son Justin and his love for animals. We chatted often about both. It was our travels to Jamaica that we connected over and became online friends. Our last talk Nate asked me if I believed in the afterlife. Little did I know we would see him pass away so soon and that conversation be relevant. Rest In Peace my friend. I will be thinking of Justin and hope one day our paths may cross.

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