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Ann L. O'Neill

June 8, 1938 - January 17, 2020

Posted by:
Mark O’Neill

Posted on:
February 3, 2020

Goodbye Mom. See you soon on the other side. Thank you for all of the love and caring you provided when we were all growing up. Thank you for pointing me in the right direction for my salvation and being my biggest fan towards that goal. You are sorely missed by us and your fan club at Avamere. Heaven is now a better place with you there now. I will always be your biggest fan as well. Goodbye mommy.

Posted by:
Mark O’Neill

Posted on:
February 3, 2020

I love you Mom!

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Sabrina Thompson

Posted on:
January 30, 2020

So many memories. I was so very blessed to share in Ann's life. I remember how she was such an encouragement for me when I took on the new job of being an Activity Director here at Avamere Sherwood. She checked on me often to make sure I was doing well. She also liked to "MOM" me often by asking where my coat was as i was loading the bus, or have you stopped to eat. Her smile and sense of humor always gave me such great joy. Ann was and is a One of a Kind. She will be missed.

Posted by:
Tracey Pangares

Posted on:
January 30, 2020

When I was little, Mom (Annie) always made me feel safe and loved. I grew up without worries and I was allowed to be a child. This was a great gift(and is for any child),because it allows him or her to develop at a natural pace. She was always home when I came home from school, and I knew she always would be. Life wasn't perfect (no one's is), but I knew I was loved,and that gave me the confidence and stability I needed to move forward in life. Thank you, Mom. I love you.

Posted by:
Mary Flury

Posted on:
January 29, 2020

I have many fond memories of my childhood neighborhood on 109th. There were many families with lots of kids. We were all close in age. I spent a lot of time at the oneills. Laurie is still a good friend. Her mom ann or Mrs Oneill as I called her was such a nice lady. When Laurie invited me over we would spend time talking to her mom about faith in God and how to follow the right path. She would be the mediator when the neighborhood girls had little tiffs. I will never forget the time she saved us girls from the crazy neighbor when we had an outdoor tent sleepover. Rest in peace Mrs. Oneill. Mary Eichorn Flury

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Laurie Reynolds

Posted on:
January 29, 2020

That is a great memory! Mom always tried to keep a watchful eye on us kids. Its hard adjusting to her not being here. But I find such comfort knowing I will see her again someday. I'm so blessed that my Mom was the one who led me to the Lord. This will bless her!