William Malcolm Rielly, 42, died suddenly late Saturday afternoon at Eniwetok where he has been employed for the past 15 months by Holmes and Narver Inc., of Los Angeles, engineers and contractors. Rielly, who spent nearly all of his life in the Taft district, was a machinist and has been working at his trade for Holmes and Narver, U.S. Government contractors at the Pacific Ocean atom bomb location. Rielly is believed to have died of a heart attack. Rielly had previously been employed by the Standard Oil Company, Baash Ross Tool Company, Shaffer Tool Company and Bill Gill. He had also had a short tour of employment in Bahrein. For a time his was owner of Rielly’s Smoke Shop, now known as Shelton’s Smoke Shop. Rielly was born Nov. 26, 1914 in Los Angeles. He attended and graduated from local schools, including the Junior College. Always strongly interested in sports, he was a member of the 1934 and 1935 Junior College Cougar football teams. He helped organize and was president for two years of the Taft Quarterback Club, then known as the Jaysee Alumni Association. Survivors include his widow, Ann Harper Rielly of 201 Jackson Street; three children, Steven in the United States Navy and stationed at Camp Pendleton; Patrick and Shannon, residing at the family home, and two sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Hagen of Stockton and Mrs. Walter M. Keene of Taft. Private Rosary services will be conducted Sunday night at 8:00 in the Erickson and Brown Funeral Chapel. Graveside services will be held at West Side Cemetery Monday morning at 10:00.