IN LOVING MEMORY OF DALE AMBROSE TUCKER
Dale Ambrose Tucker was born in Queens, New York to George and Daphney Tucker on June 4, 1971. He unexpectedly transitioned into eternity with the Lord on Tuesday November 8, 2022 at the age of 51. He resided and passed in Royersford, Pennsylvania. Dale attended New York City Public Elementary School and was in the Gifted Program. From seventh to the twelfth grade, he attended Woodmere Academy College Preparatory Private School. He was an accomplished athlete in soccer, basketball and baseball while attending Woodmere. Dale graduated from Woodmere Academy with the highest ranking of Valedictorian. From Woodmere Academy, Dale went to Harvard University where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Economics and History. While at Harvard, Dale was the Business Editor for the Harvard Crimson – which is the oldest student run daily newspaper. Following his education at Harvard University, he was a Franchise Manager for College Pro Painters and a Staff Consultant for Computer Sciences Corporation. In his most fulfilling role, Dale was self-employed as an exceptional Securities Trader for twenty-five years. Throughout his life, Dale demonstrated his love for his family and friends. He was a selfless person who showed unconditional love; and always showed concern for others and their well-being. He was someone you could count on – reliable to those who knew him and dedicated to his life’s work as a Securities Trader. He loved to travel, he loved to watch boxing and he enjoyed skiing. Some of his adventures landed him in Jamaica, London, Paris, Italy, Spain and Switzerland just to name a few. He is survived by his siblings, Arlene Dembo and Husband Keith, Opal Bailey and Husband Karl, Leslyann Tucker and Angela Aldridge-Tucker, Nieces and Nephews: Tiarra, Brianna, Krystal, Kailah, Karsten, Akhila, Gamar, Christian, Bethany, Jermaine, Joseph, Jai and numerous Cousins, Uncles and Aunts. He is predeceased by his parents, George and Daphney Tucker. We love him, we will miss him, and we will keep him alive in our hearts forever.