Rey O. Rivera
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RIVERA, Rey O. On May 24, 2006, REY OMAR RIVERA; beloved husband of Allison M. Rivera (nee Jones); loving son of Angel and Maria Rivera; dear brother of Angel Rivera and Elena Diaz; dear son in-law of Thomas and Kathleen Jones; dear brother in-law of Franciso Diaz. Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, 6 P.M. in St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Govans. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to Rey Rivera Memorial Fund, 4113 Westview Road, Balto., MD 21218.

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Published in Baltimore Sun on May 28, 2006.
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July 8, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I saw you in an episode from Unexplained Mysteries. You seemed like a great and kind man. Rest in Peace.

Nevaeh
Nevaeh Jean-Pierre
July 4, 2020
Rip sorry
Arlxtic
Significant Other
July 4, 2020
Rip
Arlxtic
Significant Other
December 25, 2006
I played for coah back in 2000. When i heard of this i was earching everywhere just to find the funeral info. He was an amazing person and such a strong coah. Thank you for teaching us so much and guiding us to a great couple of seasons. You are deeply missed.

Love Bean
Cristina Aguiar
June 14, 2006
Allison, I wanted to let you know that I am no longer working for Reliable but still would like to stay in touch. Please know that I am thinking of you all the time and if you need anything please don't hesitate to email me or call. I pray for you and your family every day. Love ya, Julie
Julie Ewig (Zadravetz)
June 2, 2006
I've swam for numerous coaches and Rey was the only one whom I ever respected enough to call "coach", both on and off the pool deck. From swimming in a pool full of gnats to getting kicked out of our water polo games, coach was always pushing us to the limit and supporting us wholeheartedly. He is the only person who ever understood what drove me to swim and used that knowledge to mold me into a better athlete, but more importantly a better individual. Rey was always there to pick me up when i was down and offer words of encouragement. And to his family and friends, may your treasured memories bring solace during this time of loss. Coach will always be in our hearts, and will forever be missed.
Curtis Hyman
June 1, 2006
We miss you Rey and we're thankful that we were able to share in your life if only for a short while.

Love, Julia and your friends at OC and IU
Julia Guth
May 31, 2006
I played water polo with Rey and have spent the last few days thinking of times and memories I have of him. When he was named most improved player at a National Jr. Team Camp in Colorado Springs, playing together on the East team at the US Olympic Festival team in St. Louis when we won the gold medal, playing cards in the athletes quarters between games there, hanging out at UOP when Rey was a senior and I was on my recruiting trip, the very first time I had In-N-Out Burger. All these memories stick in my mind and Rey will always be a part of thise memories. He was a great friend, a great guy, and he will be missed very much.
Patrick Donlin
May 31, 2006
Allison, please know that I am praying for you and your family in this tragic time. Everyone at Reliable has you in their thoughts and prayers. Love, Julie
Julie Zadravetz
May 30, 2006
Rey was my high school water polo coach in California...he was one of the most influental coaches in my life. He was truly a great person and wanted his family to know how much he is cared for here. I would love for his family to contact me, so I can extend my gratitude and support for my "Coach."
Sarah Sherlock (Vejar)
May 29, 2006
You are in my thoughts and prayers daily Allison.
Lauri Napiwocki
May 29, 2006
Our love and prayers are surrounding you...
Marla and Jay Juliano
Marla Juliano
May 29, 2006
I am sorry to hear about your lose.
You're in my thoughts and prayers.
Kinn Adams
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