Peter H. Daly, born in Perth Amboy, NJ, on Jan. 30, 1941, passed away Nov. 2, 2017.
He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Mary Daly, and his brother, Jack Daly.
He is survived by his wife, Carla Brice; daughter Jill Daly; son-in-law Joe Vierbuchen; daughter Marymegan Daly; son-in-law Kai Raab; and granddaughter Nora Daly Raab.
Peter was a graduate of Villanova University and had an extensive career as a senior government executive, international consultant, academic researcher and author. He completed a 33-year career with the U.S. Treasury in Washington, serving as director of two agencies (Bureau of Engraving and Printing, U.S. Savings Bonds) and leading delegations to monetary conferences in almost every region of the world. He chaired a 14-nation research consortium, consulted for several foreign governments, served in Russia and Easter Europe with the Financial Services Volunteer Corps and was appointed to the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection to study counter-terrorism issues related to the U.S. Banking and Finance sector. Pete was a frequent guest lecturer at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and volunteered as chairman of the Advisory board for Grandma's Houses, a group of nonprofit facilities that care for abused, neglected, indigent or otherwise at-risk children and the elderly in Washington, DC.
After retirement in 1998, he was a national security consultant with Booz-Allen and Hamilton, a research fellow with the Harvard Center for Information Policy, and a program development consultant with both The Forum Corporation, an international leadership consultancy headquartered in Boston, and Harvard Business School Publishing for online learning programs.
Pete was co-author with Michael Watkins of "The First 90 Days in Government" published by the Harvard Business School Press. His numerous professional articles have appeared in a wide variety of publications. At Harvard he published two works of research on the role of information technology in national security and in the development of American society.
Services will be held at a later date in Washington, DC.
Rest Haven Funeral Home Rockwall Chapel is in charge of local arrangements.
Published on November 8, 2017