Margaret A. Reilly

December 11, 1946May 19, 2020

Margaret A. Reilly, 73, of Franklin passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital.

She was born December 11, 1946, in Brooklyn, NY the daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Storey. Margaret was a resident of the Franklin area for the past 20 years, moving to Franklin from New Jersey with her family in the year 2000.

Margaret will be remembered most of all for the love and support she gave to her children and grandchildren.

She is survived by her daughters, Patricia Hotchkin and her husband Chris of Franklin and Andrea Praitano of Point Pleasant, NJ; her loving grandchildren, Brittney Jorgenson, Jay Reilly, Bryan Reilly, Jordan Praitano, Cole Praitano, John Reilly, Ethan Hotchkin, Isabella Hotchkin, and Caiden Evans. She is also survived by 5 great grandchildren.

Margaret was predeceased by her son John “Jay” Reilly in 2019, her sister and brother, Patricia Mugford and Robert Storey. She was also predeceased by a special brother-in-law Albert Mumford. Due to the current situation with Covid-19 services will be private and held at the convenience of the family.


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Brittney Jorgensen

May 23, 2020

My grandmother was the most sweetest caring individual you could of ever met. She always put everyone before herself. And would give you the shirt off her back even if she needed it more than you. The jokes and the memories I will forever cherish. Her smile and laugh is marked in my heart. And her love for me is saved in my soul. I love you more than words can say ❤

Sue Jouben

May 23, 2020

My heart aches for you and your family during this time . Your mother was such an amazing person , she will be truly missed.
So sorry for your loss .

JEAN Cannon

May 23, 2020

Friends for 67 years...that alone will tell you what kind of relationship and memories we shared...I grieve for her loss but am consoled that she is with her beloved son and resting with him in God's sincerest sympathies to those she left behind...will love and remember you always my friend...xo