Tonya Reilly
1967 - 2020
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Tonya Reilly
Lillington—On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, Tonya Reilly of Norrington Rd, Lillington, NC, loving wife and mother of two children, passed away at the age of 53.
Tonya was born on May 29,1967 in Bartow, Florida. She served in the United States Army for 4 years and was a graduate of Fisher College. On November 26, 1994 she married Colonel John Reilly. They raised two children, Gerhard and Madison.
Tonya had a passion for the out of doors, horseback riding, kayaking, fishing, hiking and most of all gardening. She loved all "critters", but especially baby goats and horses. She was known for her quick wit, infectious smile and generosity as well as her kind and compassionate spirit.
Tonya was preceded in death by her mother, Sue, and her brother, Walter. She is survived by her father, Walter Warnock of Bartow, FL, her husband, John, her two children, Gerhard and Madison, her aunts, Cindy ( Mickey) Jean, Gail, her niece, Amanda (Will) and her in-laws, Greg and Jutta.
Services will be private.
In lieu of flowers, and to honor Tonya's wishes we ask all who wish to participate to make a donation in her name to the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina. 5171 Glenwood Ave, Suite 401 Raleigh, North Carolina 27612 or at LungCancerInitiativeNC.org
Condolences may be made at adcockfuneralandcrematory.com



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Published in Fayetteville Observer from Jul. 16 to Jul. 17, 2020.
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July 28, 2020
She was so blessed to have this man in her life..... he was always right there for her her Rock
Her one and only true love
Cynthia Mick
Family
July 28, 2020
Her family was the most important part of her life
The happiest day of her life.... her baby graduating high school
Cynthia Mick
Family
July 26, 2020
She loved her life, she was always hard-working, and full of life and love for everything and everyone
A hard day at work
Cynthia Mick
Family
July 26, 2020
She loved her little donkeys Porky buddy and sue
She's loved all her fur baby's
Cynthia Mick
Family
July 24, 2020
Her family was her top priority
Cynthia mick
Family
July 21, 2020
This was her life... she loved all living craters this was the way she loved to live the farm life
She loved her Farm Life
Cynthia Mick
Family
July 19, 2020
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Helen Brumgard
July 18, 2020
Tonya always had a smile and a great sense of humor. May God comfort John, Madison and Gerhard during this difficult time.
Manuel and Irene Warnock
Brother
July 18, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I am praying for your family . She was always full of life and energy. She will always be remembered by our family. I am so sorry for this loss.
paula hopel
July 17, 2020
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Alfred Williams
July 17, 2020
Tonya was an amazing person, an amazing friend with such a wonderful heart. It was always clear that her husband John and her children Gerhard & Madison was what she held as important in her life, what she loved most in this world and what brought her the greatest joy. That joy she had, you could feel just being around her. She was one of the dearest friends I've ever had, and will miss her terribly
Veronica and Scott Venable
Friend
July 17, 2020
All of my thoughts are with you JOHN, Madison, Gerhard& all of the family. My heart is broken. She was a gem & I will never forget all of the great times we shared. Love always, Jackie & Greg Sandusky
Jackie Sandusky
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