May 27, 1924 - November 30, 2016 William P. Dailey, former resident of Santa Barbara and Beverly Hills passed away peacefully at the age of 92 in Pasadena, CA. A highly respected and admired interior designer for over 65 years for the elite in Beverly Hills, Santa Barbara, New York and the Hollywood studios, "Bill" as he was called by all who loved him devoted his time to working as a designer until his passing. He was an avid traveler - he loved Paris, Rome and all things fine and related. He is survived by longtime friend and client Mr. Milan Panic and family, and the entire creative design community who knew and respected him.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Dec. 8 to Dec. 9, 2016

We miss Bill's class and humor - he was always so kind and supportive of our efforts.  He left his many books and reference materials to us - we are so grateful to have known him.  We keep him in our thoughts and prayers - he is without parallel one of the finest people we have had the pleasure of knowing and working with.  We recently ran into another designer who added, "that man was always impeccably dressed!" - absolutely true - graceful, kind and impeccably dressed to the end.

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12/01/2016

In Memory of our dear friend Mr. William P. Dailey

In Memory

12/1/2016

May 27, 1924 - November 30, 2016 William P. Dailey, former resident of Santa Barbara and Beverly Hills passed away peacefully at the age of 92 in Pasadena, CA. A highly respected and admired interior designer for over 65 years for the elite in Beverly Hills, Santa Barbara, New York and the Hollywood studios, "Bill" as he was called by all who loved him devoted his time to working as a designer until his passing. He was an avid traveler - he loved Paris, Rome and all things fine and related. He is survived by longtime friend and client Mr. Milan Panic and family, and the entire creative design community who knew and respected him.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Dec. 8 to Dec. 9, 2016

We miss Bill's class and humor - he was always so kind and supportive of our efforts.  He left his many books and reference materials to us - we are so grateful to have known him.  We keep him in our thoughts and prayers - he is without parallel one of the finest people we have had the pleasure of knowing and working with.  We recently ran into another designer who added, "that man was always impeccably dressed!" - absolutely true - graceful, kind and impeccably dressed to the end.