Eileen Marie Daly
Eileen Marie (Schlink) Daly, 49, of Sophia Circle, North Kingstown, and formerly of Cranston, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010, at the Jane Brown Unit of Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of Robert W. Daly.
She was born in Providence a daughter of Rose (Keogh) Schlink of Cranston and the late Robert D. Schlink. She graduated from Rhode Island College in 1982, received her master’s degree in 1984 and her certificate of advanced graduate studies degree from Northeastern University in 1987.
Eileen was a contributor to the Jamestown Press for more than two years and was primarily responsible for covering the Jamestown and North Kingstown school committees.
Eileen was a self-employed life coach, social worker and motivational speaker. She was a nationally renowned life strategist and speaker in the field of selfdevelopment. She had a master’s degree in social work, psychology and advanced graduate studies in counseling psychology.
She will well be remembered as a friend to all who needed her help. She helped to create strategies to help others reach their potential and create and live vital, healthy and prosperous lives. Her favorite pastimes were gymnastics, dance, writing, skiing and most importantly, she supported her children in all their activities, including sports and academics.
She enjoyed traveling to Naples, Fla., Hawaii, Aruba and Bermuda. Beside her husband and mother, she is survived by her children, Dacia Rose, Alyssa Carolyn, Kayla Rae and Robert Anthony Daly, all of North Kingstown. She is also survived by her brother Robert Schlink and his wife, Carol, of Providence, and brother David Schlink, of Cranston.
There will be a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, Dec. 30, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Church in Cranston. Burial will be private.