Daryl McCauley passed away on October 21, 2023 in Enumclaw. He was born in Seattle on May 24, 1937 to Lew and Glee McCauley. He grew up in Black Diamond for a vast majority of his life. For a short time, the family moved to Ellensburg. Te family then came to Enumclaw during Daryl’s junior year of high school. Of course in typical Daryl fashion, he was deeply involved with school events, working at Lake Wilderness and met and began dating his future wife, Norine. Tey graduated together in 1955.
After graduation, Daryl went to Central Washington University for one year. He then came home and started working at Enumclaw Food Center. In September of 1957, he and Norine were married. In 1959, Daryl was enlisted in the Army where he served for two years. In September of 1962, their first child, Nancy was born. Ten in March of 1967, their second child, Michael was born.
Daryl worked for many years at Enumclaw Food Center. He then resigned and began working at Jim Fugate Ford. When he left there, he worked at Cascade Security Bank for a short time, and then went on to First National Bank of Enumclaw for the next 20 years until he retired in 1992.
Daryl was sincerely involved in his community. He served at Calvary Presbyterian Church as a deacon and a session member as well as a member of the choir. He was also involved as a city council member, a hospital board member, Helping Hands and lastly a member of the Enumclaw Historical Society.
He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Norine, his two children, Nancy and Michael as well as his sister, Marlene of Ellensburg and his twin brother, Dale (Alyce) of Enumclaw, his sister-in-law Carol (Gail) and brother-in-law Tom (Sheela) and numerous nephews and nieces. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lew and Glee McCauley and his brother, Bob.
We would like to sincerely thank Cascade Caregivers for all their help and support during his last days. Donations can be made to Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation and Plateau Outreach Ministries.
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