Catherine Daley

Calling Hours

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thursday, June 9, 2022
Mulryan Funeral Home
725 Hebron Ave.
Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am
Friday, June 10, 2022
St. Paul Church
2577 Main St.
Glastonbury, Connecticut, United States

Obituary of Catherine Saxton Daley

Catherine (Saxton) Daley, 101, of Glastonbury, wife of the late John (Jack) J. Daley, Sr., (1984) died Saturday, June 4, 2022 at home. Born April 12, 1921 in Hartford, daughter of the late Lyman J. and Margaret (Mahon) Saxton, Sr.  Catherine and Jack lived in West Hartford where they raised their 4 children.  In 2005 Catherine moved to Glastonbury so she could be closer to her grandchildren. Catherine was employed by the State of Connecticut.  She worked in many departments, beginning with the Milk Department and retired from the Department of Education. Catherine was an accomplished bridge player who achieved the status of Bronze Life Master.  She was a longtime member of the Hartford Bridge Club, a member of the Irish American Home Society and the Glastonbury Senior Center. Catherine is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Kathleen and Paul Nowosadko of South Glastonbury, 2 grandsons, John Charles Nowosadko and Michael D. Nowosadko. She was predeceased by 2 sons, Thomas F. Daley (1983) and John J. Daley, Jr. (1993), daughter Maureen Daley Horan (1988), brother Lyman J. Saxton, Jr., and 2 sisters, Gertrude Tassone and Margaret Eydenta. The family would like to thank her caregiver, Judith Wilson for her love and assistance over these last 5 years. A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday June 10 at 10am in Ss. Isidore and Maria Parish at St. Paul Church, 2577 Main St., Glastonbury. Burial will follow in Mount St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield. Friends may call at the Mulryan Funeral Home, 725 Hebron Ave., Glastonbury on Thursday June 9 from 5-7pm. In lieu of flowers please share a piece of chocolate and some time with a person from the Greatest Generation. For online condolences please visit

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