Timothy M. Reilly, Jr., age 51

of Braintree

Timothy M. Reilly, Jr., age 51

_Updated Service Information_


Timothy M. Reilly, Jr., age 51, of Braintree, died suddenly, Saturday, June 27, 2020, at home.

He was born in Dorchester, raised in Dorchester and Braintree. Tim was a graduate of Braintree High School.

He had lived in Braintree for most of his life.

Tim enjoyed playing hockey and was an avid Boston Bruins fan. He was a loving and devoted caregiver to his son, Timothy.

Devoted father of Timothy M. Reilly III of Braintree.

Beloved son of Barbara A. (Curry) Reilly of Braintree and the late Timothy M. Reilly, Sr.

Loving brother of Deidre M. Reilly of Quincy.

Dear uncle of Owen Reilly of Braintree.

Timothy is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

A Graveside Service will be conducted at Village Cemetery, 339 Washington Street, Weymouth on Wednesday, July 8, at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

For those who wish, donations in Tim’s memory may be made to the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, 8737 Colesville Road, Suite 400, Silver Spring, MD 20910 or by visiting www.tsalliance.org.


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  • So sorry for your loss, God bless ,

  • So Shocked when i heard this so sad Tim was such a great guy always made me laugh i will remember our childhood memories growing up R.I.P Angel 🙏💙

    Deborah Mace

  • Rest in peace my friend you’ll be missed

  • So sorry to hear about my nephew Timmy. I will miss his phone calls and I hope that his son will be okay.

  • I was very sorry to hear about my cousin Timmy.
    Love and prayers to my Aunt Barbara and cousin Deidre.❤️🙏
    -Neil Reilly

  • So sorry for your loss Timmy. Rest in peace
    God bless

  • Barbra, Sorry for your loss. Have not seen Tim in years & often wondered about him. Tim was a good friend & have memories of playing both ice & street hockey,, even pond hockey . Tim had a great sense of humor & will be missed. Rest easy my friend. See you on the other side.