Mamaroneck boy's dad: Slain son was 'warm, sweet, smart, energetic'

Timothy Reish's two sons help carry the casket

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Timothy Reish's two sons help carry the casket of their half-brother, murdered 4-year-old Jason Reish, out of the Scarborough Presbyterian Church in Briarcliff Manor after his funeral service. (Oct. 5, 2012) (Credit: Xavier Mascarenas)

Tim Reish recalled the tiny moments from his 4-year-old son Jake's life -- trips to the car wash, sitting on the couch watching golf and dinner-table toasts with his older brothers.

"Clink, clink," Jake would say, tapping his sippy cup against glasses held aloft by his half brothers Nick and Jack, ages 11 and 13.

On Friday, Nick and Jack were among the pallbearers who ushered a white...

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