Margaret S.
Greece: Thursday, February 26, 2009. She is predeceased by her husband, William A. Reilich. Margaret is survived by her sons, Gary (Lorraine) Reilich, William D. (Amy) Reilich; daughter, Christine (Richard) Burke; grandchildren, Gary Reilich, Grant Reilich, William D. Reilich, Jr., David Reilich, Timothy Reilich, Samantha Reilich, Heather Reilich, Kerry (Lawrence Samuelson) Burke & Kevin Burke; great-grandchildren, Josephine Samuelson, Mackenzie Burke & Aiden Burke; brother, Robert (Jean) Schuler of Florida; sister, Anne Schuler; several nieces, nephews and cousins; many dear friends. No prior calling. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Saturday, March 7th, 9 A.M. at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 5000 Mt. Read Blvd. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Memorial Tributes, 1 Union Street, #301 Robbinsville, NJ 08691-4183, in her memory.

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  1. Bill & Family, MY thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. So sorry to hear about your Mom, May her memories forever live on in your hearts.

  2. Bill and family, Suzy and I extend our prayers to you during your time of sorrow. Please know that our thoughts are with you. Very best, Ken Fisher

  3. BILL

  4. Dear Reilich family,
    I am saddened to hear of Margaret’s passing. Her death marks an end to an era for me. Back in the 1960’s on Knob Road, her husband Bill was my car pool buddy driving to Kodak Park. We worked together in Research, Building 59, and ate our lunch together for years. We would alternate driving. It was such fun having him as a friend. He ‘showed me the ropes’ at Kodak and got me off to a successful 38 year career. I would often meet Margaret briefly when I would drop Bill off after work. Gosh that was long ago – fond memories of the Reilich family. Rest easy dear Margaret. You are now with your beloved husband who spoke of you so often, and with such admiration and deep love. I was blessed to have known this wonderful family.
    Gene Preston, Greece, NY

  5. gary and all
    my sincere condolances on the passing of your mom.
    i will always remember her from heritage dr. and all of the times we all laughed together

    george kucy

  6. Our deepest condolences to the entire Reilich family. May God comfort you and give you strength to carry on your loving parents legacy. Bill and Amy my Mom ,Dorothy Kanous from the Sweden Senior Center is at Shorewinds rehabbing from a fall at home. She is recovering but hopes you will keep an eye on the centers condition while she is away.She thanks you for all you have done for the seniors .You are always in our thoughts and prayers. God bless&keep your family safe now &always.Love in Christ Lorry&Bill Rybak and Dorothy Mae Kanous

  7. Our deepest sypathies to Bill & Amy and the entire Reilich family on your loss.
    May god bless you and give you comfort in this difficult time.
    Al & Jeanne

  8. Our thoughts are with your entire family in the loss of your mother, mother-in-law and grandmother. Moms will always be special and may her memories bring you comfort and joy.

  9. To the entire Reilich Family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you say farewell to your mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. We hope you find comfort in that she is with Uncle Bill know. Sincerely, A & W

  10. To the entire Relich family, the Street Machines of Rochester offers it’s condolences for your loss. May the warmth of friends and family help get you through this difficult time.
    From your extended car club family.

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