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Riley, Michael F. July 22, 1961 - December 19, 2020

Michael F. Riley, 59, a retired NYPD Officer (52nd PCT), passed away suddenly on December 19, 2020 while at home. He was the loving father of Allison and Danielle Riley.

He was born at St. John’s Hospital in Yonkers, NY on July 22, 1961 to the late Francis Riley and Arlene (Grady-Riley) Duany.  He attended Saunders Technically High School where he played football and graduated in 1979.  He joined the NYPD in 1993, was injured on the job and retired in 2001.  He also previously worked for Westchester County Medical Center and Brazen Fox in White Plains.

In addition to his 2 beautiful daughters, he is also survived by his brothers William Duany and Robert Riley. Some of Mike’s favorite times were attending concerts, happy hours and vacationing in Pawley’s Island every summer all with very close friends that he considered family.

The Riley family will be celebrating Mike’s life on Saturday, January 2, 2021 between the hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Fred H McGrath & Son Funeral Home in Bronxville, NY.

Memorial Calling Hours: 2 to 4 pm, Saturday, January 2, 2020

NYPD Honors: 3 pm during hours


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    Deirdre Conley says

    Our prayers are with all of you May Mike Rest In Peace.

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    Angela Pasciucco says

    My condolences and prayers to Mike’s family and friends. RIP old friend. You will always be remembered as the good guy who always picked on me..but was always there for us girls growing up…Thank you for being a good friend.. You will be missed…

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    Courtney Grady says

    Michael was my first cousin and to hear of his passing is shocking. My prayers are with Allison and Danielle and the rest of his family. I have so many fond memories from my childhood spent with Mike and others who have since passed. You will be truly missed.

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    Robert F Labato says

    I Met Mike thru my friend Dennis Dassatti at Magnum Motors over the years we became very friendly and I got him his computers and did repairs for him .. I was happy to call him my friend and we shared stories and a lot of laughs and good times .. He was all about his daughters and he lived his life for his kids. I will miss his friendship and his smile and his stories .. My heart goes out to his daughter and may God grant you peace and healing in this very sad time

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