Deceased Family Members
Ernest Henry Page
November 11, 1929 - July 31, 2017
Husband of Dorothy Hays Page
Father of Frank, William, Elizabeth and husband Edward Goldfarb, Laurel and husband Mark Ackerman, Charles wife Michelle Page.
Grandchildren Drew (wife Alexandra), Jamison, Chad and Lauren Goldfarb; Niles and Dean Ackerman; Samantha and Alyssa Page. His son Ronald passed away in 2000.
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Stephen Comins MacDougall
November 27, 1924 - January 8, 2014
Husband of Shirley Burne MacDougall
Father of Robert and wife Patty, Peter and wife Christina, Alexander, Cynthia Ryoko and husband Francis Spinks, Elizabeth Pingree and husband Karlton.
Grandchildren Mary and Matt
Curnen; Andrew and Cynthia MacDougall; Jennifer, Ian and Ross
MacDougall; Alexandra and Suzannah Spinks; Eliza, Graham, Nigel and Marian Pingree, and Great Granddaughter Lily MacDougall.
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June Dorothy Page Stibolt
March 7, 1925 - June 2, 2014
Widow of Irving Gunnar Holgar Stibolt
Mother of Kirsten June & Gretchen Dorothy Stibolt
Grandmother of Eric Gunnar Jerrold, Clarence Elijah Boston & Bryan Wright
Great Grandmother of Ryan Christopher LaFlamme
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Irving Gunnar Holgar Stibolt
April 17, 1925 - January 30, 2011
Husband of June Dorothy Page Stibolt
Son-in-Law of Dorothy Comins Page & Frank Merle Page
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Hugh Lawrence Reilly
Passed away on January 16, 2008.
Hugh was born on May 5, 1940
He was the Grandson of Grace Comins Reilly
Brother of Virginia Reilly Gosselin & Laureen Reilly Godfrey
Husband of Sharon D. Reilly
The Boston Globe published the following:
Hugh Lawrence Reilly
Was born May 5, 1940 in West Springfield, Massachusetts and died on January 17, 2008 in Boston.
The only son of the late Lawrence A. Reilly and Marjorie Newell Reilly, Mr. Reilly is survived his wife Sharon Daniels Reilly of Boston ; two sisters, Virginia Gosselin and her husband Donald of West Springfield, MA and Laureen Godfrey of East Longmeadow, MA.
A father and grandfather, Mr. Reilly leaves two sons from a previous marriage, David C. Reilly and his family, wife Alison and children Megan and Patrick of Annandale, Virginia. A son Jeffrey S. Reilly and his wife Wendi reside in Melbourne, Florida.
A second marriage for Mr. Reilly gave him the opportunity to expand his family and in so doing he leaves three step-children: Christopher Daniels Luvene, Oxford, Mississippi, Corey Luvene, Ft. Collins, CO, and Anna Luvene, Memphis, TN.
Mr. Reilly was a graduate of West Springfield, MA High School, American University, Washington, DC where he received both undergraduate and law degrees. Mr. Reilly dedicated his professional career almost exclusively to the practice of labor relations law and was fortunate to serve the public at some of the highest levels of government. Mr. Reilly was appointed to the Massachusetts Labor Relations Commission in 2003 by former Governor Mitt Romney and completed a 4 year term in August 2007.
According to Mr. Reilly, one of the defining moments of his professional career was to clerk for Judge Robert B. Mathias, Circuit Court for Prince George's County, MD. He later became a partner in Bell and Reilly, Langley Park, MD where he primarily practiced insurance defense counsel.
At the federal level, Mr. Reilly was Executive Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Labor Donald Dotson, Washington, DC, Solicitor, National Labor Relations Board, Washington, DC.
Other key professional experiences included: National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Annadale, VA, Vice-President and Chief Counsel-Labor and Employment, Beverly Enterprises, Inc., Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
One of the great joys of Mr. Reilly's life was spending time in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He began a life-long love affair with the park in 1975 and visited yearly thereafter; often several times per year.
Mr. Reilly's request is that in lieu of flower contributions be sent to: Friends of the Smokies -Trails Forever, PO Box 1660, Kodak, TN 37764-7660. For more info please contact Sarah Weeks 1-800-845-5665 or visit www. friendsofthesmokies.org. There will be no public funeral or memorial service for Mr. Reilly. At his request, he will be cremated and his ashes scattered in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Published in the Boston Globe on 1/19/2008.
The Boston Globe website has an online Guest book that you may sign. Just go to their website & look up Hugh Reilly's obituary. Hugh's family would deeply appreciate your signatures and comments.
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Monday August 28, 2017