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Obituary Gary O"Neil

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    Original message
    Sent: Thu 8/2/2007 4:49 PM
    Subject: FW: Gary O'Neill
    Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the passing of our friend, Gary OíNeill. His battle with leukemia ended with dignity and in the comfort of his home this morning. Gary served his country in the Marines and spent time in Vietnam . He worked for Marine Drilling for more than 30 years and touched so many with his leadership and great concern for the folks on the rig. His most cherished possession was his family and friends and maybe a tractor or two. Just last week he told me that he felt he was one of the luckiest persons because of all the wonderful family and friends that he had. He really appreciated all the calls and visits that he had received over the last few months. His contributions and caring attitude will be missed by all.
    Funeral arrangements are below:
    Visitation tomorrow night from 6 pm to 8 pm
    Theile Cooper Funeral Home
    1477 Carl Ramert
    Yoakum, Tx 77995
    From 77A heading south, there will be a Valeroís station at the intersection of 77 and Carl Ramert, turn left onto Carl Ramert. The airport will be on the right and a hospital on the left. Funeral home is a little further down.
    Services 2 pm., Saturday
    New Austin Street Baptist Church
    This is the new location for Austin Street Church on 111. If going south on 77, turn left onto 111, go under the underpass, go through the yellow blinking light, church will be about mile down past yellow light on the right hand side. You should be able to see the 100 ft steeple. (just past the intersection of 111 and FM 311)
    Local Florist:
    Annís 361-293-3611
    Karlís 361-293-2012
    Blessed are those who mourn; for they shall be comforted.
    ~~Matthew 5:4
    From: Lauren Byars
    Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 9:06 AM
    Subject: Gary O'Neill
    Our dear friend, Gary passed away early this morning. He went peacefully in his sleep at his home in Yoakum. Most of his family had arrived yesterday at his house and they were able to enjoy their time together.
    [FONT=Franklin Gothic Medium]Jim Cook[/FONT]