Aaron Daggy

Died: December 7, 2015
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Aaron Thomas Daggy, 39, of Endicott, passed away suddenly at home on Monday, December 7, 2015. Aaron was born January 2, 1976 in Indianapolis, IN. He grew up in Carmel, IN, graduating from Brebeuf Preparatory High School. Aaron was a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and he received his Doctorate of Medicine from Indiana University Medical School. He specialized in Emergency Medicine, graduating residency from the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine where he also with STAT MedEvac. Aaron married Bridgett C. Kilmer on September 9, 2008. They have three children – Eli, 6, and twins Owen and Willow, 7 weeks. Aaron was employed as an Emergency Medicine Physician for United Health Services. He also served as the Medical Director for Tioga County, Vestal Volunteer Emergency Squad, Superior Ambulance Service, Candor Emergency Squad, Chenango Ambulance and Fire Department, and Northern Tioga. He was a volunteer firefighter currently serving West Corners Fire Department. He was previously a member of the Candor Fire Department and Fort Allen Fire Department in Greensburg, PA. Most fire fighters and EMT’s want to become doctors, but Dr. Daggy’s passion was firefighting. Aaron enjoyed spending time with his family and especially delighted in teaching his son, Eli, everything there was to know about fire trucks. He was an avid fisherman throughout his life and loved to kayak. He was an amateur arborist who was in the process of establishing an apple orchard on his property. He and his father-in-law grafted and planted entire orchards in Hamden, NY and Candor, NY. Aaron will be sadly missed. He is survived by his wife Bridgett, sons – Eli and Owen and a daughter – Willow, mother, Patricia L. Daggy and Herbert Schoenberg of Boonton, NJ, brother, Paul (wife Meg) Daggy of Mountain Lakes, NJ, Parent-in-laws Richard and Cecelia Northrup of Walton and Ryan and Beverly Kilmer of Hamden, sisters/brothers-in-law, Melissa and Gregory Amerson of Laurens, Janelle and Waylon Morrell of Franklin and Matthew and Naomi Northrup of Walton. He leaves behind several nieces and nephews, Peyton and Finn Daggy, Stella and Piper Amerson, Aron Northrup, and Aidan, Lily, and Flynn Morrell. He was preceded in death by his father, Niles C. Daggy.

Calling hours will be Thursday, December 10th from 5-8 pm. Funeral Services will be at 11am  Friday December 11th from the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street, Endicott with the Reverend Mark Kimpland officiating. Burial will be in Hamden Cemetery, Hamden, NY at 2 pm Friday. Contributions may be made to a trust fund established at Tioga State Bank, P.O. Box 125, Candor, NY 13743 made payable to Bridgett Daggy for their children. Memorial contributions may also be made to the fire department of your choice in Aaron’s memory.



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Date: Thursday, December 10, 2015

Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Date: Friday, December 11, 2015

Time: 11:00 am


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Died: December 7, 2015

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Rob Septak and family posted on 12/8/15

So very sorry for your loss...your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Rob Septak and family, Greensburg PA


Butch and Judy Neale posted on 12/8/15

Bridget and family, We are so very sorry for your loss. Love and prayers are sent to your family.


Marilyn and Donald Rimbach posted on 12/8/15

Our sincere condolences to Bridgett and Family


Paula Morrell posted on 12/9/15

God Bless you all at this diffecult time. I am so very sorry.


George Randall posted on 12/9/15

Sincere Sympathies. Respectfully, George Randall Firefighter (Retired) Granby, MA


Maureen Davidson posted on 12/10/15

Bridgett and family, we are very sorry for your loss and pray that God gives you the strength you need to get through this. Aaron sounds like such a well-rounded, caring person! May your memories bring you some comfort...Maureen and Roger Davidson


Hemi Soneja posted on 12/10/15

I am very sorry to hear about Dr Daggy! I worked with him as a Family Medicine Resident at Robert Packer Hospital for 3 years and he was one of the best teachers I have had. He was always so considerate and compassionate as a Doctor and very respectful as a colleague. He would be sadly missed!