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Louis Shane O'Neill
Date of Death: October 4, 2010
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Louis Shane O’Neill Louis Shane O’Neill, 57, of Winchester, passed away, Monday, October 04, 2010 at his residence. Mr. O’Neill was born in 1953 in Alexandria, Virginia, the son of the late Robert and Nell O’Neill. He was a commercial painter. Surviving are two sisters, Sue Toole of Terrell, Texas and Sherri Potts of Fallbrook, …
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Francis Buckley left a message on April 14, 2020:
My wife, I , Shane and Janet had many wonderful times in DC, NY and the Outer Banks. Such fond memories. I sorry that I just learned of Shane's death almost 10 years later. Rest in peace old friend.
Janet Lowe left a message on October 18, 2016:
I just found this Obituary. I am so sad and sorry to hear he is gone. Have been trying to contact him at his old address but never had anything returned. He was a dear friend. Funny and non-judgmental. I think of him often and miss him.
Sherri O'Neill left a message on October 13, 2010:
In honor of Arthur Filemon Baca, Sherri O'Neill lit a candle.
Amy Douvlos left a message on October 23, 2010:
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Liz Friel left a message on October 15, 2010:
Liz Friel- I have many great memories of times spent with Shane in high school and many years after that. He was a great guy and had a wonderful sense of humor and could always make us laugh. I am so sorry for your loss and may Shane rest in peace.
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Carrie left a message on October 14, 2010:
Uncle Shane was a kind and gentle man. He was thoughtful and sensitive. He had a big laugh and a mischevious twinkle in his eyes. He was always willing to play games with us as kids. I remember being at an adult's house with him; there were no toys around and my sister and I were bored. Shane got out some clothes hangers, bent them into "crickets" and showed us how to make them jump around the room. I remember spending time at my Grandparent's house on the Shenandoah River with our family. Shane always patiently took the time to help my sister and me fish or to play cards with us. I'm thinking of Shane and wishing peace and comfort to his brothers and sisters.
Sandy Lancaster left a message on October 14, 2010:
I just heard about Shane today, Sherri and Steve... you know I am so sorry. I remember a sweet and loving young man who loved life. I think of him often and I hope he is at peace now. I am at the beach today, you know he loved that. I will send him thoughts and remember all the fun times we had, I was thinking how he loved living at the farm and loved the beach. Sherri he did have a great sense of humor, I still sing some of his silly songs that he made up, words that didn't match the songs but were funny. Also the sayings... like... fine as frogs hair... I hope he is fine as frogs hair now.
Amy left a message on January 30, 2013:
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Liz left a message on January 30, 2013:
Liz Friel- I have many great memories of times spent with Shane in high school and many years after that. He was a great guy and had a wonderful sense of humor and could always make us laugh. I am so sorry for your loss and may Shane rest in peace.
Carrie left a message on January 30, 2013:
Uncle Shane was a kind and gentle man. He was thoughtful and sensitive. He had a big laugh and a mischevious twinkle in his eyes. He was always willing to play games with us as kids. I remember being at an adult's house with him; there were no toys around and my sister and I were bored. Shane got out some clothes hangers, bent them into "crickets" and showed us how to make them jump around the room. I remember spending time at my Grandparent's house on the Shenandoah River with our family. Shane always patiently took the time to help my sister and me fish or to play cards with us. I'm thinking of Shane and wishing peace and comfort to his brothers and sisters.
Sandy left a message on January 30, 2013:
I just heard about Shane today, Sherri and Steve... you know I am so sorry. I remember a sweet and loving young man who loved life. I think of him often and I hope he is at peace now. I am at the beach today, you know he loved that. I will send him thoughts and remember all the fun times we had, I was thinking how he loved living at the farm and loved the beach. Sherri he did have a great sense of humor, I still sing some of his silly songs that he made up, words that didn't match the songs but were funny. Also the sayings... like... fine as frogs hair... I hope he is fine as frogs hair now.
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