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Alfred Christian O’Reilly Dies at 83

Alfred Christian O’Reilly

Alfred Christian O’Reilly, also known as “Cabby,” of Estate Catherine’s Rest died on Aug. 15. He was 83 years old.

He is survived by his companion, Alma Roberts; daughter, Chermaine V. O’Reilly; sons: Alfred C. O’Reilly Jr., Carl D. O’Reilly and Romulo J. O’Reilly; stepsons: Elroy Ross and Delroy Ross; grandchildren: Kevin A. Liburd, Kito A. Liburd, Latoya C. O’Reilly Noriega, Carl D. O’Reilly Jr., Ariyone O’Reilly, K’Jon O’Rielly, Kharlil O’Reilly, Remus O’Reilly and Jaden O’Reilly; and great- grandchildren: Marquis Liburd, Kevin Liburd Jr., Ashton Liburd, Kaliee Liburd, Mya Liburd and Nyla Noriega.

He is also survived by sisters: Kay O’Reilly, Marsha O’Reilly Charles, Sherilynn O’Reilly, Dinah O’Reilly Payne, Floris O’Reilly Williams, Valerie O’Reilly and Cyd O’Reilly; brothers: Rudy O’Reilly, Burton O’Reilly, Raymond O’Reilly and Wilburn O’Reilly; nieces and nephews too numerous to mention; daughters-in-law: Tina O’Reilly and Lorraine O’Reilly; brother-in-law, Dr. Glenwood Charles; and sisters-in-law: Paulette O’Reilly, Magnolia O’Reilly and Janice O’Reilly.

Other survivors include special friends: Gloria Joseph and family, Louise James and family, the Gallows Bay family, Rivera family, Encarnacion family, Valencia Roberts, and Andrea Jensen and family; cousins and other relatives: the Jackson family, Lang family, Angeline R. Williams and family, Velette Lang, Angela Kitel and family, Sealey family, Hendrickson family, Hansen family, Roberts family, Simmonds family and Petersen family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

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The viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Friday, Sept. 3, at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Christiansted Cemetery.

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