He was a 1940 graduate of James W. Riley High School in his native South Bend, Ind. During World War II, he served in the Marine Corps in Australia and New Zealand. He moved to the Baltimore area in 1971.
Mr. O'Reilly was a member of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, where a Mass was offered Tuesday.
Surviving are his wife of 31 years, the former Peggy Alban; a son, Charles W. O'Reilly of Winchester, Va.; two daughters, Pamela Lama of Silver Spring and Coleen Miller of Crofton; a stepson, James Rodney Baker of Catonsville; a stepdaughter, Marsha Keating of Madras, Ore.; a brother, T. Robert O'Reilly of Granger, Ind.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Neal W. Powell, 80, mayor, city manager of Taneytown
Neal W. Powell, Taneytown's former mayor and city manager, died Sunday at Carroll County General Hospital of an infection that developed after back surgery elsewhere in September. He was 80 and had lived in Taneytown for 59 years.
At his death, Mr. Powell was the board chairman of Carroll Community College in Westminster.
He was Taneytown's mayor from 1966 to 1978, city manager from 1978 to 1992 and had earlier served on its City Council.
Born and raised in Topeka, Kan., Mr. Powell was a staff sergeant in Army intelligence during World War II and the Korean War.
Before his retirement about 10 years ago, he was personnel director, safety director and chief expediter for Cambridge Rubber Co. in Taneytown.
He won numerous prizes for his collection of antique Ford automobiles.
"We were a Ford family," said his wife of 58 years, the former M. Janet Burke, a retired secretary at Crouse Ford in Taneytown.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Grace United Church of Christ, 49 W. Baltimore St., Taneytown, where he had been a deacon and elder.
He also is survived by two sisters, Ruth Duckworth and Peggy Jean Cogswell, both of Topeka, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Virginia M. Wantling, 63, medical secretary
Virginia M. "Ginger" Wantling, a former medical secretary and administrative aide who was active in organizations for the disabled, died of a stroke Jan. 10 at Kent & Queen Anne's Hospital in Chestertown. She was 63.
From 1982 until retiring in 1986, Mrs. Wantling was administrative assistant to Dr. Vincent DeVita, director of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. Earlier, she had been a medical secretary at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.Y., at a medical office in Washington, and at the National Library of Medicine at NIH.
Born Virginia Moore in New York City, she was raised in Beirut, where her father was an international businessman. She was a 1956 graduate of the American Community School in Beirut, Lebanon, and Catherine Gibbs Secretarial School in New York.
In 1962, she married her high school sweetheart, Kenneth D. Watling, a retired Washington College mathematics professor who survives her.
Living in Chestertown, she was secretary and a board member for United Way of Kent County, and as the mother of a disabled daughter was a board member of Community Living and Independence for Multi-Handicapped Blind Inc., and a member of Voice of the Retarded.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Fellows, Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, Chestertown.
Other survivors include a son, William D. Wantling of Frederick; two daughters, Cynthia L. Wantling of Salisbury and Nicole D. Wantling of Longmont, Colo.; and a brother, Robert W. Moore of St. Louis.
Bertram A. Lloyd, 86, founded insurance firm
Bertram A. Lloyd, founder of an insurance company, died Jan. 9 of heart disease at Collington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rockville. He was 86 and lived in Ellicott City.
Before retiring about 30 years ago, he was a Metropolitan Life manager. He then founded Lloyd & Lloyd Insurance Co. in Ellicott City, and remained active in the company until his death.
Born in the Bronx, N.Y., he was a graduate of City College of New York, where he studied chemistry and physics. He moved to West Baltimore in 1942.
His wife of 60 years, the former Mary Jane Rowan, died in 1997.
Services were held Friday in Rockville.
He is survived by two sons, Bertram T. Lloyd of Rockville and Alvin M. Lloyd of Seattle; a daughter, Barbara A. Jordan of Ellicott City; a sister, Ethel M. Redding of Ellicott City; and three grandchildren.