And then all the other women like Constance Ford, Nancy Addison, Eileen Herlie, Darlene Conley, et al. The Daytime Emmys are similar to many other acting awards (like the Oscars) in that older men are celebrated while older woman seldom are. (Not that Addison was older before her sad passing from cancer, but a lot of the earlier male winners on your list were quite up there in years: Carey, Haines, Dufour, Pritchett, Hansen, Barrow, Watson, Lewis were all born before 1930–and some before 1920. Of the female winners, only Cooper, Dailey, and the still-living Helen Gallagher were born before 1930.)
And only one ever nominated as a Lead (Debbi Morgan), right? Especially when Ellen Holly, Tamara Tunie, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Renee Jones, several Y&R actresses, and many others have done worthy leading work.