Jacob “Jake” Lee Daly

December 8, 2005 - June 23, 2024

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Jacob "Jake" Lee Daly, 18, of Covington, KY, passed away on Sunday, June 23, 2024. He was a member of St. Anthony Parish in Taylor Mill, KY. Jake was an Eagle Scout with Troop #31 in Fort Wright, KY. He was a 2024 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Holy Cross High School in Covington (Latonia), KY where he participated in soccer, Y-Club, Academic Team, and Archery Team. Jake loved adventures, trainspotting, live music and supporting Manchester United F.C. He is survived by his loving parents: Chris and Jennifer Daly; brother: Aidan Daly; paternal grandparents: Alan and Joanne Daly; maternal grandparents: Larry and the late Jackie Davis; aunts/uncles: Tim (Teresa) Davis and Nate (Debbie) Daly and cousins Matt and Keegan. Jake is also survived by his loving cat Molly. Visitation will take place on Saturday, June 29, 2024 at Holy Cross Church, 3612 Church Street, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015 from 9:00 AM until the Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 PM (Noon). Memorial donations in Jake's name can be made to: Jake Daly Scholarship Fund c/o Holy Cross High School, 3617 Church Street, Covington, KY 41015. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015 is serving the family. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com


Jason Timmerding - Jul 1, 2024
Jen, I’m heartbroken for you and your family and can’t imagine what you and your family are going through. You have been in my thoughts and prayers since I heard the news. I’m so sorry!
Michele Martin Hisnay - Jun 29, 2024
Jen, you and your family are in my thoughts every day. I am so sorry you are going through this, but we are here to support you. Let us know how we can help. You are truly a dear friend. I really wanted to be there today for you.
Kevin & Lachelle - Jun 26, 2024
We met Jake as a very young boy, along with his brother Aidan. My husband still remembers how helpful both boys were as he and Chris assembled the crib in our new apartment to help us welcome our first born. Kevin. Chris and Jen, we are deeply sorry for your loss. Our heart is with you. We pray that you, along with Aidan, find comfort, peace, and hope in time.
John Westrup - Jun 26, 2024
Chris, Time has passed since we last saw each other. You have e done a wonderful job raising your son. I knew you’d be a good father. My deepest sympathy to you and your entire family. I can’t imagine what you are going through. I only know that God will give you the strength to get through this. Your memories will last forever.
Henry - Jun 25, 2024
I met Jake this year. Although it was not a lot of time, I quickly grew to admire his easygoing nature and enjoyed the handful of nights me, Jake, and Aiden spent hanging out together. Jake was a legend, and It saddens me to think that we will never get a chance to all be on campus together. I think I speak for everyone when I say he will be remembered fondly.
Parth & Poonam - Jun 25, 2024
Dear Chris, We are deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Jake. Our heart breaks for you during this incredibly tough time. Losing someone so young is just unimaginable, and we can't begin to understand the pain you must be feeling right now. Please know that our thoughts are constantly with you and your family. If there's anything we can do to support you, even just to listen, please don't hesitate to let us know. With heartfelt sympathy, Parth & Poonam
Jim & Dian Hanagan - Jun 25, 2024
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your grandson. You might not remember us from Ryan Road in Medina. We were neighbors across the street from you. Our hearts go out to you and your family. God Bless you all!
Sathya Thulasiraman - Jun 25, 2024
Jake: May your soul RIP. We will miss you. More than us Chris and Jennifer are the one who misses you a lot. Bill Woolbright, Shiel Sexton Team, FAW, and the whole CJC team at the City of Indianapolis here Pray for you and your family to bring peace to them. God Please give the strength to the Daly Family and bring peace to them.
Richard P Rosa - Jun 25, 2024
I am so so sorry to hear this terrible news. I will pray for you. Some losses like this we can never get over. God Bless you with peace. Love you, cousin Rich Rosa
Lisa Timmerding - Jun 25, 2024
I am so sorry to hear of this tragic news. Jake was truly a pleasure in every sense of the word. Heaven gained quite an angel when he passed through its gates. I was so blessed to know Jake and see him thrive academically and socially. Please know of my continued thoughts and prayers.
Phillip and Carolyn Zarara - Jun 25, 2024
Dear Al and Joanne, No words can express the deep sympathy we have for you and your family. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. May our Lord receive Jake into his loving arms and give him the eternal rest that comes from our Savior Jesus Christ. God bless, Love Phil and Carolyn Zarara
Lorinda Vennemann - Jun 24, 2024
Jake, what a kind respectful young man! Often when students move on to the high school from their junior high days, they often do not acknowledge or speak to their old (music)teachers, but Jake was never that way! Whenever our paths would cross he would always smile and take the time to tell me how his day was going and ask about mine. He was a wonderful person, and a good friend to my son. Jake will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Saying prayers for his family.
Andrew Reynolds - Jun 24, 2024
While I may not have known Jake for that long I know he was a great guy and a good friend. My condolences and support go out to the Daly family and his friends.
- Jun 24, 2024
Jake was an incredibly sweet person. He always took the time to make me feel welcome and we had lots of great laughs together. I’ll miss him a lot. You guys are an amazing family.
Kimberly Brooking - Jun 24, 2024
Jake was a genuine, sweet young man. I will never forget his kindness to me and my son. Sending all my thoughts and prayers.
Heather Fuller - Jun 24, 2024
Beyond saddened at the loss of such a truly kind and genuinely nice young man. I had the pleasure of working as Jake (and Aiden’s) manager at TMSC. Jake always had a smile on his face and was friends with EVERYONE! I pray for love peace and comfort for your entire family through this most difficult time🙏. Jake and his smile will never be forgotten
Kathy Saalfeld - Jun 24, 2024
We were so sorry to hear about Jake. We’ve known him mostly through our granddaughters at Holy Cross. He was always so friendly and respectful. Last summer he told us about his sailing trip to the islands with his dad. We hope the many happy memories bring you some peace.
Addy - Jun 24, 2024
You always told me you were here for a good time not a long time and neither of us realized how true that was until it was too late. Our friendship was a highlight of my senior year and words can’t express how grateful I am to have gotten to call myself your friend. I’ll miss you forever <3
Olivia Westerkamp - Jun 24, 2024
My condolences are with your family during this tragic time. In grade school, Jake was such a good friend with the best humor, and heart. He grew into such an amazing young adult and it’s clear he has an impact on so many people. May Jake rest in peace, and your family takes all the time to heal.
Butch Schultz - Jun 24, 2024
There is nothing I can say other than how sorry I am. Losing someone as beloved as Jake is heartbreaking. Jake was a good friend, a fine young man and will be forever in my thoughts. I hope that the love of family and friends will strengthen you in the days ahead.
Lori Schwartz - Jun 24, 2024
Dear Jennifer and family, I'm so very sorry for your loss of your beloved son Jake. May the happy memories sustain you now and forever.
Frank Regueyra - Jun 24, 2024
Chris & Jen, Words can't express my feelings having heard the news about Jake or how you are feeling right now. Find comfort in knowing that Our Lord has finally welcomed Jake home. I’d like to believe he was greeted with the words we all wait our whole life to hear, “Well done, my good and faithful one. Welcome to the place where you belong. Well done, my beloved child. You have run the race and now you’re home. Welcome to the place where you belong.” Today, as hard as it may be, no longer mourn his passing, but in turn “Celebrate His Life” and the footprint he has left on so many hearts! Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family during this time.

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