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Daryl Channing

June 27, 2020

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Daryl Marina Channing, 66 of High Springs, FL passed away at home on June 27, 2020. Daryl was born on July 24, 1953 in Milford, Massachusetts. She is preceded in death by her parents; Eunice G. (Whitney) and Walter J. Channing of Mendon, MA, and her sisters E.M. Dianne (Channing) Taft of Mendon, MA, Judy Francey of Boston, MA and Barbara (Francey) Covington of Tignall, GA. Daryl is survived by her loving and devoted children; Shawn M Bailey and his wife Amy of High Springs, FL and Shane R Bailey and his fiancé Sharon, of Shirley, NY. She has two grandsons, Jadon M Bailey and Torin I Bailey who affectionately referred to her as “Gigi”. Daryl was the youngest of her family and is survived by her siblings, Diedre A. (Channing) and her husband Tyson “Skip” Brady of Douglas, MA, Charmayne Dolores “Dodo” Vinson of Lake City, FL, and her brother, Walter J Delano “Del” Channing and his wife Sandy of Mendon, MA. She also leaves many nieces and nephews. Daryl was a lifelong resident of Massachusetts. She was a nurse most of her adult life in MA and RI until she retired, and then decided to settle in Florida in 2015. Daryl was a generous and caring person. She put others before herself. She was very active in foster care during the 70’s and 80’s and helped many troubled teens, by letting them into her home to live. She treated her foster children as she did her children. Daryl was an avid animal lover, especially German Shepherds. She was a member of almost every “save the _____” animal society that existed. Once in Florida, her hobbies were shopping and shopping and occasionally, shopping. She also enjoyed watching mystery and crime TV series, such as “Vera” and “Father Brown” which she had on repeat.
A private memorial service will be held by family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Daryl’s name to your local humane society.