Aiden McReary is a mentioned character in the Sibling Rivalries franchise. He was the first husband of Maureen McReary, and the biological father of Patrick McReary, Francis McReary, Gerald McReary, Derrick McReary, and Kate McReary. He met Maureen in Ireland in Winter 1992. They dated each other for the next six years, then moved to Vancouver, B.C. in 1995 for an unknown reason, and eventually married each other in fall 1998. Then, from 1999 to 2006, they had five kids. Mr. McReary was also a smoker, and as stated by Packie, he died shortly after Kate's birth from lung cancer. 

For nine years, the McReary siblings were raised only by their mother; they did not have a father figure again until July 2015, when Maureen meets and eventually marries a man named Hector Wilson; Hector would become the siblings' new step-father.

From Hector, Maureen had a new baby in September later that year, and named him Aiden, after her first husband Mr. McReary. This baby, however, has since been removed from the franchise, making him non-existent.

More of Aiden is explored in the TNC comic "In Loving Memory of Aiden McReary", being the first comic to touch on the subject of the McReary's biological father.


It is shown in flashbacks that Aiden resembles Gerry. He wears a striped polo shirt, along with the same style hair, though having it a bit longer. He also has a moustache and a short beard.


Sibling Rivalries Pre-Series


Sibling Rivalries
Sibling Rivalries The Next Chapter


  • The years Mr. and Mrs. McReary met and married eachother in were the same years two Grand Theft Auto games took place in, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in 1992, and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories in 1998.
  • Mr. McReary's first name was revealed to be Aiden in "Wouldn't It Be Nice?".
  • The McReary siblings may not have been close to Mr. McReary's side of the family, as they never mention any of his relatives in the series. However, with the addition of Hector Wilson and some of his family members, this would make introducing relatives from the late Aiden's side unnecessary to the storyline.
    • However, this changed in the TNC comic "In Loving Memory of Aiden McReary", with his brother Tyrell appearing, as well as it being mentioned that he has more siblings that the siblings have met before.