Joe Dailing, founder of Prairie State Legal Services, dies at 78


Joe Dailing of Rockford is found here celebrating his retirement from Prairie Condition Legal Products and services in 2006.

ROCKFORD — Joseph A. Dailing, founder and previous government director of Prairie Condition Legal Providers, died the early morning of June 9. He was 78.

Prairie Point out Authorized Solutions issued a news launch on Dailing’s dying Tuesday.

Again in the 1970s, Dailing brought Illinois county bar association legal help systems in McLean, Peoria, Winnebago and Kane counties together to form Prairie Condition Lawful Solutions, which was then able to provide no cost authorized aid to those people in require across 11 counties, the corporation claimed in the release.

Over time, that grew to additional than 30 counties.

Dailing, of Rockford, led the organization for 29 decades till his retirement in 2006.

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According to Prairie Point out Legal Expert services, several of Dailing’s colleagues remembered Dailing as a considerate communicator who influenced and cared for individuals about him.

Dailing was born in Moline. He graduated from the College of Notre Dame in 1966 and obtained his Juris Medical doctor from the University of Iowa in 1974.

He is survived by his wife of 47 many years Diane young children Elizabeth Dailing and Paul (Lisa) Dailing grandchildren Samuel and Nora Dailing sister Mary Lappe brother-in-legislation Richard (Gwen Schoolar) Rose and numerous nieces and nephews.

Dailing was identified in 1992 by the Winnebago County Bar Foundation with the Seeley P. Forbes Memorial Award and by Lawyers Belief Fund of Illinois, Board of Directors’ Award. In 2014, he obtained the Illinois Bar Foundation, Management and Devotion to the Legislation Award.

He was also active in historic preservation initiatives in Rockford, serving on a truthful housing commission as nicely as on the boards of a number of organizations.

Prairie State Legal Solutions functions to assure equivalent access to justice and good therapy less than the regulation by giving legal information and representation, advocacy, education and outreach. It presents no cost lawful companies for reduced-income individuals and people today age 60 and more than who have major civil authorized issues.

Corina Curry is the news director for the Rockford Sign up Star and Freeport Journal-Conventional: [email protected] @corinacurry

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