Joseph P. Daiger Jr. Real estate broker

December 13, 1990

A Mass of Christian burial for Joseph P. Daiger Jr., a real estate broker and semiretired partner in a real estate firm, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Towson.

Mr. Daiger, who was 66 and lived on Dulaney Valley Court in Towson, died Tuesday after a heart attack while driving his car at Dulaney Valley Road and Jarrettsville Pike.

He had been semiretired for about a year from the firm of Daiger and Lynch, with which he was associated about 15 years.

Earlier, he worked for other real estate firms and for a time in the 1960s was a vice president of the Donnelly Outdoor Advertising Co. in New York.

Born in Baltimore, he served in the Army in England during World War II.

A member of Alcoholics Anonymous for 25 years, he was on the boards of several halfway houses, including the Tuerk, Chip, Weisman, Purdue, Quarterway and Nilsen houses.

He was known as Uncle Joe to many people in addition to the 28 nieces and nephews and 35 grandnieces and grandnephews who survive him.

His survivors also include his mother, Cecilia Daiger of Lutherville; two sisters, Margaret D. McGraw of Towson and Roberta D. Rodgers of Baltimore; and a brother, John P. Daiger of Frederick.

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