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Margaret Catherine Riley
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Margaret C. Riley Margaret Catherine Riley, 50, of Winchester, VA, died Sunday, June 20, 2010 at the Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center. Ms. Riley was born in 1960 in Washington, D.C., the daughter of Shirley M. McGuire and the late James P. Riley. She was employed as a support coordinator for the Loudoun County Community …
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Christopher left a message on January 30, 2013:
Ben, I am so sorry to hear of Margaret's passing. I didn't know she was ill. Please know you are in my prayers. Chris Mowery
Ed left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Riley Family, Tim and all who loved Margaret, I am saddened by your painful loss. Her time with us was too short. I knew Margaret in her early days at O'Connell. They were happy times and I remember fondly her joyous nature. Please know all your O'Connell family is praying for you. Tim, I am sorry we have lost touch over the years. This is a shock to loose your beloved sister. As your friend, I share your grief. May the Holy Spirit come to you all in your hour of need, Ed Mulreany
Deborah left a message on January 30, 2013:
Margaret and I worked together in Alexandria, VA thirteen years ago. She loved her clients or "customers" as we called the folks we served. It was her infectious laugh and her great sense of humor that drew me to her. Even after I left VA for Texas we would have an annual New Years Day hours long telephone conversation about our year that notes and letters just couldn't suffice. You have been in my thoughts and prayers all this year. I am sadden at your passing bu know you are smiling down on us.
Christopher Mowery left a message on June 22, 2010:
Ben, I am so sorry to hear of Margaret's passing. I didn't know she was ill. Please know you are in my prayers. Chris Mowery
Ed Mulreany left a message on June 24, 2010:
Dear Riley Family, Tim and all who loved Margaret, I am saddened by your painful loss. Her time with us was too short. I knew Margaret in her early days at O'Connell. They were happy times and I remember fondly her joyous nature. Please know all your O'Connell family is praying for you. Tim, I am sorry we have lost touch over the years. This is a shock to loose your beloved sister. As your friend, I share your grief. May the Holy Spirit come to you all in your hour of need, Ed Mulreany
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Deborah Maurstad O'Nel left a message on December 18, 2010:
Margaret and I worked together in Alexandria, VA thirteen years ago. She loved her clients or "customers" as we called the folks we served. It was her infectious laugh and her great sense of humor that drew me to her. Even after I left VA for Texas we would have an annual New Years Day hours long telephone conversation about our year that notes and letters just couldn't suffice. You have been in my thoughts and prayers all this year. I am sadden at your passing bu know you are smiling down on us.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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