January 22, 1931 - January 10, 2010
REILLY, Thomas J., beloved husband of 57 years of Agnes Reilly (nee Paul), dear father of Tom (Maureen), Jim (Cile), Mike (Denise), Tim (Becky), Dan (Sherry), Gerry (Jenny), Kevin (Cathy) and Eugene (Vicki) Reilly, grandfather of T.J. (Kara) Reilly, Katie (Michael) Gosche, Dan, Brian, Kevin, Mary and Molly Reilly; Megan (Josh) Richey, Sara and Jamie Reilly; Joe (Kristen), Tim (Sarah), Dan, Christina, Theresa, Maria, John, Debbie, Diane and Elizabeth Reilly; Patrick, Mary Kate, Will and Annie Reilly; Matthew, Shannon, Madeline, Tommy, Shauna and Marion Reilly; Maggie, Gerry, Caroline, Kate, Sarah and Grace Reilly; Colleen, Kevin, Brendan, Maureen, Kathleen and Sean Patrick Reilly; and Elizabeth, Bridget and Erin Reilly; brother of Jim (Brigitte) Reilly and the late Marie (Joe) Gontarek and Eugene (Gert) Reilly. Mr. Reilly was born in NY, NY, and grew up in Staten Island, NY. He worked for P&G, Director of State and Local Taxes, from 1954 until his retirement. Died Suddenly January 10, 2010 age 78. Visitation at Hodapp Funeral Home 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill Friday from 4-8 pm and at St. Clare Church Saturday from 10 until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Agnes and Tom Reilly Scholarship fund C/O St. Xavier High School 600 W. North Bend Rd. 45224.
Rest in peace Uncle Tom. Give hugs and kisses to Aunt Marie
Dan, Sherry, Matthew,Shannon, Madeline, Tommy, Shauna, Marion and all the Reilly Family:
Please accept our deepest sympathies on the passing of your Father and Grandfather. While I knew there were several Reilly boys when at St. X, I did not realize there were 8 and in turn 45 grandchildren. That speaks volumes for Irish Catholic family values, education and letting the Holy Spirit guide your lives. Be assured he in Heaven and continuing to watch out for all of you. God Bless Thomas and the entire Reilly Clan.
The Murray’s: Brittany, Jennifer, Natalie, Kelley, Patrick Jr. (PJ), Shannon, Lily & Patrick Sr.
Agnes & family: Ed and I are deeply saddened to hear of Tom’s sudden passing and extend our sincere sympathy to all of you. I have always had the utmost admiration for Tom, as you know he had a major impact on my life and career at P&G. He was my favorite champion and guardian angel, and because of his encouragement and support, I achieved more than I ever thought possible. Thanks to Tom, my family benefited, and for that, I’ll be forever grateful. I hope it comforts your family to know that he was very special to those that worked with him, and will always be remembered with the deepest respect. Sincerely, Sylvia Stein.
Dear Mrs. Reilly,
My deepest sympathy at the loss of your husband.
I have never met either of you, but I have taught all of your grandchildren who attended St. Mary School and interacted with your son and his wife.
What a tribute this family is to you and your late husband.
My prayers are with you and your family.
St. Mary School
I am very sorry to hear about the death of your father Tom. You have my deepest sympathy and the promise of my prayers for him and for your entire family. May God bless you all with peace and hope during this difficult time.
Fr. Tony Dattilo
Dr. Gerard Reilly and Family,
I want to send my condolences to you and your family for the loss of your father.
My sincere thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones.
As happens way to often in life we put off those things we ought to do and replace them with meaningless endeavors.
What is more important than the people who had great meaning or impact in your life? So many times in the past years since I left P&G I have wondered how Tom was doing. How was his health; what was he doing to occupy his time; was he enjoying life and retirement as much as he should?
For me those questions remained unanswered as I didn’t take the time to dial the phone, I didn’t take the time to get in the car to visit or just say hi. I am so ashamed of myself for being so thoughtless.
Tom, I am sorry. You meant a lot to me while we shared time at P&G. You always seemed to be on my side when I was troubled. That meant so very much to me. You were always, though not close, a good and valued friend.
I will miss you very much. Thank God that you were a part of my life. God Bless your soul.
I was so sorry to read of your husband and father’s death. My mother, Loraine Anzinger, who died one month before Mr. Reilly, talked about your family every Sunday after Mass for YEARS! Although I was married and gone by then, I always felt as if I knew the Reillys. “So well behaved,” “so ship shape,” “so handsome”, these were all terms of endearment my mother expressed for your family. On her behalf, I express my most heartfelt sympathy.
Eugene, Vicki, Girls & the rest of the Reilly’s. We are very saddened for the loss of your Dad/Husband/Grandpa. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the difficult time. God Bless You!
The Paul “Duce” Murray Family
Dear Agnes and Family –
My heartfelt sympathy to you and all your family. The news of Tom’s death brought such a sense of sorrow to me to know that my boss whom I worked with for so many years was no longer here. I have such wonderful memories of Tom and all the wonderful times we had in the Tax Department. I remember how kind he was to me when my father died so many years ago and he was always a straight shooter and you knew you could always get an honest answer from him, whether it was what you wanted to hear or not !! — and I truly respected him for that.
To you and your wonderful family, my prayers and sincere sympathy are with you. God Bless You –
Bonnie and Scott Whittlesey
All my sympathy to the entire Reilly family. I feel as if a beloved uncle has gone. I suspect there will be a bit more dancing and a party spirit in heaven now that he has arrived.
Tom & Maureen and Family,
We are very sorry for your loss of such a good Dad and grandfather who dedicated his life to a great cause- Family.
He created a legacy that you all seem to be passing on- pride in your heritage, beliefs and values that are hard to find today.
Cherish his good work! You’re blessed to have him in your lives.
Your in our thought and prayers.
Please accept my most sincere sympathy on the passing of your father, He was, no doubt, a great man to have produced such amazing sons.
Your family will be in my prayers.
Mrs. Reilly (and family): You’ve embraced David, I and our children as if we were “Reilly’s”. Mr. Reilly will be missed so much. Our prayers will be with you and the family during this time. We love you so much ~ David, Cathy, Jack, Matty, Tommy, MaryCarmen, Lauren and Mikey
We at St. Xavier High School were truly sorry to hear of the passing of your father, Thomas. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family as you mourn the loss of your loved one. May the spirit of St. Francis Xavier be with you and your family during this difficult time.
John Schrantz â€˜96
Director of Alumni Relations
Fr. Denny Ahern â€˜56
Anthony E. Schad â€˜81
Director of Development Services
Dear Agnes, Tim, Becky, Patrick, Mary Kate, Will, Annie and extended family,
We are very sorry for your sudden loss. We know that Tom will be deeply missed by his wonderful family and friends. Our love and prayers to you all. Pam and Lee
We were so sorry to hear about your father. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. The Thies
Agnes: Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family.
Dan & Nancy Schwartz
Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole Reilly family at the passing of such a great man. The Whites will never forget the warmth and love of family you all brought us while growing up. All those holidays spent at your home and all the fun times remain special.
Brian, Kavita, Priya and Jayan White
Our deepest sympathy goes out to Aunt Ag and all the Reilly boys and their families. Uncle Tom will truly be missed by many – our thoughts and prayers are with you. Cousin Elizabeth and Jim
Very sorry to hear about the death of your father.
(Patient of Eugene and Kevin)
I was saddened to hear of Tom’s death. He was a great friend to our family, and we will never forget him. My condolences to Agnes and the Reilly boys.
To Agnes and All, I remember fondly the Riley family with all the boys. Always a welcome sight when youall came to Dr. Broderick’s office. So sorry for your loss of Tom. Doubly hard when it was so unexpected.
My love to all.
We will always strive to keep family first the way Dad did. He may no longer be with us in body but he will always be with us in spirit, especially anytime the family gets together