Bonnie L. Reilly
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Bonnie L. Reilly
She was born Feb. 9, 1943, in Danville, daughter of the late Dorothy (Rickert) and Leroy Hack. She was married to John A. "Jack" Reilly for 39 loving years before his passing in 2017.
Bonnie graduated from Danville High School, Class of 1961.
She was employed as an aide for the Danville Middle School, before becoming the school's secretar, where she was known for her smile, contagious laugh, and willingness to lend a helping hand.
She was a lifelong member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Danville and was incredibly involved within the church community. She started both the Children's Choir and Bell Choir, loved singing hymns, and served as the church's secretary from 2005-2012.
Bonnie never missed a bingo game, enjoyed puzzles, and going to the movies. She especially loved supporting her grandchildren, frequenting their soccer and football games, wrestling matches, band concerts, and more. She was their biggest fan.
Bonnie is survived by three children, Rhonda and Eric Brouse, Robin and Craig Santucci, and Roxanne Rudy-Oubenali and companion D'Andre Livingston; grandchildren, Autumn and Kurt Wimble, Brandon Temple, and Ryan Brouse; and was expecting a great-granddaughter, Rylee Wimble in May.
Friends and family are invited to attend a viewing from 9 to 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 241 E. Market St., Danville, followed by a funeral service of Christian Burial at 11, with her pastor, the Rev. Trevor Hahn officiating.
Burial will follow in Columbia Hill Cemetery, Danville.
The family will provide flowers. Memorial contributions can be made in Bonnie's memory to Trinity Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 417, Danville, PA 17821.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Brady Funeral Home Inc.
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