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O'Reilly drew salaries, share options and benefits from many companies, in addition to making capital gains on shareholdings. However, it is important to note that he and his families sustained the historic Waterford Glass operations at a huge loss for many years — they would certainly have closed much earlier without their funding. O'Reilly has sponsored and supported a wide range of charitable activities, and continues to do so. Many of these, such as the many-year support of a Professorship in Australian Studies at UCD, were arranged together with his first wife, and likewise today, he and his current wife will often jointly support an activity, such as sponsorship of a gallery at the National Science Historical Museum adjacent to Birr Castle.
O'Reilly has supported many local initiatives, from floral street displays and signage for local nature walks in Kilcullen to commissioning, with his wife, a piece of music for the launch of the Dun Ailinne Interpretative Park. A presentation in recognition of this was made mid O'Reilly also paid for the construction of the state-of-the-art seat O'Reilly Theatre in Belvedere College, and has regularly funded projects in the college.
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This building is a major focal point of the UCD campus and in addition to its use for exams, the hall is now a leading venue for large events in Dublin. The new library currently [ when? The American Ireland Fund, now the central entity in The Ireland Funds , was established in Boston by O'Reilly and his friend, Pittsburgh businessman Dan Rooney , in , and for many years this and later similar initiatives in other countries, took up a considerable amount of his time. O'Reilly is the Chairman. O'Reilly was first engaged in , to Dorothy Collins, whom he'd met in , with the marriage planned for O'Reilly met his first wife, Australian secretary and pianist Susan M.
Cameron, the daughter of a wealthy Australian mining figure in whose name he endowed a professorship at UCD for at least a decade, in in Australia, after she was suggested as a social contact when he was touring for rugby. After courting her when she moved to London, they married in All three boys are involved in family business interests, while the daughters are not known to be, the eldest being a qualified pilot, the second a lawyer and the third a full-time mother.
The eldest daughter took a bachelor's degree at Yale, and a Master's in History at Oxford. All the O'Reilly children married and O'Reilly has 19 grandchildren. Youngest daughter Caroline was married at the restored Church of St. Wildman — on 14 August before an Episcopal dean  at the same church.
Gavin O'Reilly married Alison Doody there some years later. Susan O'Reilly died in Shortly after, O'Reilly married Chryss Goulandris , a Greek shipping heiress, who breeds and races thoroughbred horses as "Skymarc Farms" and under other names, and who owns stud farms in Normandy and other locations.
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Chryss is well known on the racecourses of Ireland, Britain and France as Lady O'Reilly and is very knowledgeable on all aspects of the equine industry. They first met in New York, when Chryss accompanied her brother to a business meeting. The wedding took place in the Bahamas on 4 September A number of homes are associated with O'Reilly, including his former main residence, Lissadell Tamura, with a beach in the private gated community Lyford Cay  near Nassau in the Bahamas.
For many years his principal residence and later a major base, was Castlemartin , a "big house" dating in current form from the 18th century, at Kilcullen , County Kildare which has associated stud farm and cattle breeding premises on the large estate lands. O'Reilly purchased Castlemartin in from the Earl of Gowrie , and spent millions on improvements to the house and on restoration of the 15th century Church of St Mary in the grounds. On 15 February permission was granted for developments of two ancillary houses on a remote part of the estate, adjoining Kilcullen Bridge village's main street, incorporating residential, restaurant and retail space.
The stud farm on the banks of the Liffey, with a room house and a cottage, was thought to have been intended for one of his daughters. In late , he and his wife purchased a former solicitor's office, a four-storey Georgian house at 2 Fitzwilliam Square , Dublin, with a courtyard and coachhouse with separate entrance.
The 1 million Irish pound house, formerly owned by railway pioneer William Dargan , was a base when travel to Castlemartin was not feasible, and a place for meetings and his private office. The O'Reillys also owned a chateau "built on the ruins of the castle where William the Conqueror plotted his invasion of England" at Deauville in France. The residential complex in Glandore, the house on Fitzwilliam Square and the Castlemartin Estate have all since been auctioned off at sales forced by O'Reilly's creditors.
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O'Reilly's sons have noted that he is still a keen player of tennis. O'Reilly is an enthusiastic networker, and from early developed a wide range of acquaintances and friends.
He made contacts at high levels, which sometimes included becoming friendly with controversial figures such as Henry Kissinger and the late Robert Mugabe. He hosted the late Nelson Mandela more than once, and knows a range of Irish and American politicians.
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For over 47 years, from his time at Suttons of Cork, O'Reilly had a strong executive secretary, Olive Deasy — , who managed aspects of his work and personal lives, living with his family for much of this time  Also important was his driver, Arthur Whelan. O'Reilly's executive secretary in Dublin is Mandy Scott, while from to , O'Reilly also had a personal nurse and assistant, Sabina Vidunas, who travelled with him. O'Reilly, who describes himself as a constitutional nationalist, sought the approval of the Irish Government in relation to the award,  because it is a requirement of the Constitution of Ireland that "No title of nobility or of honour may be accepted by any citizen except with the prior approval of the Government".
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As O'Reilly is also a British subject , in part due to his pre Irish birth,  he holds a substantive and not just an honorary knighthood, and can validly style himself Sir , as he has done; see British honours system. O'Reilly is now locked in a legal case with the State-controlled bank, AIB, in relation to his multimillion-euro debts. AIB are seeking a summary judgment against him at the High Court. The commercial court in Dublin has refused a six-month stay or delay in a judgement against O'Reilly. This means that he will have to sell properties in Ireland to meet his debts to AIB bank.
An authorised biography, The Player: The Life of Tony O'Reilly , was produced by Ivan Fallon , a journalist and biographer in the early s, now a senior executive at one of O'Reilly's companies,  and is the only study of any length. O'Reilly facilitated the project, and the author was given access to family members, including past and current wives, and to staff and business colleagues.
Fallon insisted in the foreword that he had complete discretion on what to include and how to tell it, excluding only some private family matters. While giving great detail on some business matters, the book says almost nothing about O'Reilly's children and little of his second wife. It gives considerable detail on business matters, and does question some of O'Reilly's assertions, notably about his Irish business interests.
It also gives much detail on O'Reilly's parents' situations and especially his father's family, detail which the author notes even O'Reilly did not have until the book gathered it, and includes some fine detail about his residences.
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