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Helfer, who is going through a divorce, said that the stake president, Daley, who is an executive at Koch Industries, is also her husband’s former boss.Mormon sex therapist faces discipline and possible expulsion from the LDS Church|Sarah Pulliam Bailey|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
When Kolman’s father died in 1967, Mayor Daley attended the funeral, making sure to shake Kolman’s hand before he left.
Horwitz, installed by Daley as the county’s building commissioner, oversaw his own patronage jobs and was viewed by many as the real ward boss.
It was a tight, three-way Democratic primary between Washington, Richard Daley, and Jane Byrne.
Faced with rampaging youths, Chicago Mayor Richard Daley issued a strict “shoot to kill” order to police to halt looting.It's Time for a New Kerner Commission on Police and Race|Jay Kriegel|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Olympian Daley received a deluge of goodwill messages after announcing he was in a gay relationship last December.England’s Women’s Soccer Captain Casey Stoney Comes Out|The Telegraph|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Correction: A previous version of this article referred to Richard Daley, not William.
Just ask William Daley, the former Obama White House Chief of Staff who helped make Obamacare the reality that it is.
Honora Daley was Honora Fulham now--married to a "dark man" as the gypsy fortune-tellers would have called him.The Precipice|Elia Wilkinson Peattie
Penny and Clint followed more leisurely, leaving Mr. Daley and Mr. Conklin in possession of the field of battle.
"Durkin appeared much lighter than Beaufort, too," replied Mr. Daley, unwilling admiration in his voice.
That seemed to put a different complexion on the matter and Daley went to Mr. Fernald and told him about it.
Daley told me Durkin was on probation and stood a pretty fair chance of losing a scholarship he was after.