- John Reilly died on Sunday, January 10
- His daughter Caitlin broke the sad news in an Instagram post
- She described the deceased as a bright light who was the best human she had ever met
- Caitlin was glad that she had a chance to say goodbye to her dad before he passed away
Fans of General Hospital and Dallas have been plunged into mourning after veteran actor John Reilly died.
The beloved thespian breathed his last at 84 years old. John’s daughter confirmed his death on Sunday, January 10, through a brief and heartbreaking Instagram post.
Caitlin Reilly described her dad as the brightest light in the world and the best human she had the privilege of knowing.
The distraught lady shared a throwback photo of her dad holding onto her when she was just a tiny tot.
“The brightest light in the world has gone out. Imagine the best person in the world. Now imagine that person being your dad,” Caitlin said.
The actor’s daughter said she was grateful that a man with such character was her father.
And for the rest of her life, she will be grateful that she got to love him, hold him and be his little girl.
“I’m so grateful I made it in time to hold him and say goodbye. I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do, but I know he’ll be with me. I love you forever Daddy,” Caitlin wrote.
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