DAILEY, VIGUERS


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Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Friday, March 31, 2006 at 08:05:43 :

Marin Independent Journal
Wednesday, July 1, 1987
A6


Dr. Morris Dailey

A private service for Dr. Morris Dailey of Belvedere was Monday at Mount Tamalpais Cemetery in San Rafael.

Dr. Dailey died Sunday, June 28, 1987, at Marshal Hale Medical enter in San Francisco after a long illness.

He was 74.

Dr. Dailey was a retired physician and assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of California at San Francisco.

He was a cofounder of the San Jose Medical Clinic and worked as a physician for the Manhattan Project in Berkeley during World War II. Dr. Dailey wrote more than 50 published papers on gastroenterology and thyroid diseases.

A native of San Jose, he joined UCSF after graduation from Stanford Medical School in 1939. In 1955 he helped establish the San Jose Medical Clinic although he retained his UCSF teaching position.

In 1962, Dr. Dailey returned to San Francisco, where he operated a private practice until 1974, when he began working as a consultant for MediCal. He retired in 1982.

Survivors include two sons, Dr. Morris O. Dailey of Iowa City and Evan Dailey of Belvedere; a sister, Edith Viguers of Lafayette; and four grandchildren.

His wife, Irene O. Dailey died earlier.

The family has asked that memorial donations be made in his name to the Stanford Medical School.





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