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Date Posted: 16:26:22 12/29/04 Wed
Author: Mike M.
Subject: Re: Arthur Reilly passed away today
In reply to: Debbie Reilly Tully 's message, "Arthur Reilly passed away today" on 13:36:41 12/29/04 Wed

My heart goes out to the entire Reilly family. Your dad was such a special part of the Reveries experience, we will miss him dearly. But more than that, we will remember him fondly as he should be remembered. His love for the corps, his devotion to his kids, and the passion he had for teaching will all remain part of his legacy. I have no doubt that the Lord is preparing a special place for him up there in heaven and that the angels are going to get an earfull as he arrives. There will be no more crooked lines or slacking off when Arthur enters the pearly gates, and smiles will grace the faces of all those who make his acquaintence.
Arthur, thanks for being such a positive influence in my life.
Mike Merrett

>It with great sadness to inform you that Arthur reilly
>Sr. passed away today from a heart attack. As we
>reflect on his life, his years with the Reveries Drum
>and Bugle Corps are without a doubt some of the most
>meaningful years of his life. The wake will be at
>Dumonts in Nashua NH on sunday Jan 2. The funeral
>Mass will be Monday, Jan 3 at St. Joseph's Catholic
>Church. It would be wonderful to see several of you
>as we celebrate my dad's life at these coming events.
>The full details will be in the Boston newspapers.

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