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Sep 8, 2005
Rev. Mary Lou Reile, Scientology leader — Buffalo News
Type: Press
Source: Buffalo News
The Rev. Mary Lou Reile of Elma, director of special affairs for the Church of Scientology in Buffalo for 20 years, died Monday in Mercy Hospital after a short illness. She was 72. Born in Buffalo, the former Mary Lou Urso graduated from Kensington High School, what was then Rosary Hill College and Hubbard College, where she achieved Executive Status One. The mother of seven, she was crowned Mrs. Buffalo in 1957. As a minister in the Church of Scientology, she ...
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