The following obit originated with the Concord Monitor, in Concord, N.H. The
Monitor does not guarantee the accuracy of original content that now resides off
its web site.
Davideen Lynn Dahill, ROCHESTER
Tuesday, November 5, 2002
ROCHESTER-Davideen Lynn Dahill, 33, of Summer Street died Saturday at
Boston University Medical Center as a result of injuries sustained in a motor
vehicle accident. She was born in Concord, the daughter of David and Lynda
(Pike) Ilsley. She graduated from Coe-Brown Northwood Academy in 1987.
She was raised in Northwood and lived in Methuen, Mass., before moving to
Rochester four years ago. She was co-owner and operator of the Toy Box
Family Daycare in Rochester. Dahill was an active member of the Emmanuel
Advent Christian Church in Rochester. She was a member of the PTA and the
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce. Survivors include her mother and
stepfather, Lynda and Randy Southwick of Exeter; her father and stepmother,
David and Jeanne Ilsley of Dunbarton; her husband, Dana Dahill of Rochester;
three children, Brendan, Corey and Hannah, all of Rochester; grandparents,
Robert and Doris Pike of Northwood and Allen and Winnifred Ilsley of
Weare; a stepfather, James Barnes of Gilmanton Iron Works; two brothers,
Keith Ilsley of Weare and Andrew Barnes of Exeter; a sister, Elizabeth
Colburn of Franklin; three stepbrothers, Tommy Southwick of Manchester,
and Todd Southwick and Timothy Southwick, both of Nashville, Tenn.; and
many aunts, uncles and cousins. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be
made to the Bank of New Hampshire c/o Davideen Dahill Trust. Calling hours
will be held today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at R.M. Edgerly Funeral Home,
86 S. Main St., Rochester. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m.
in the Emmanuel Advent Christian Church, Eastern Avenue, Rochester. The
Rev. Art Stone, pastor, will officiate. Burial will follow in Rochester Cemetery,
Franklin Street, Rochester.
Note: I am of no relation, but my sympathies go out to those of you who are.
This is here as a lasting memorial for Mrs. Dahill.