So many of our loved ones have gone before us but have left behind their stories to be shared. Please use this page to revive & share the memory of those you hold dear.

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Patricia Decker (McNeal)

May 7th, 1933 - December 16th, 2017

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From Marilyn Daze on January 18th, 2019
Image The quiet angel who was always there when my mom couldn't be!
 
From Lilli Meyer on December 17th, 2018
Image Her love of family was beyond measure! Always there for anyone in need. 
 

Shirley Franci (McNeal)

May 3rd, 1935 - May 19th, 1996

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From Marilyn Daze on November 2nd, 2018
Two special sisters...Two special ladies.
The void in our heart remains but the memories never fade!
XO
 

Shirley Franci (McNeal)

Aunt Shirley was the heart of our family. She helped so many and always opened her home to everyone. She had the best parties! Taken from us to soon.

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Nancy Harnetiaux (McNeal)

My fondest memory of Aunt Nancy was seeing her drug out on the dance floor by a Chippendales dancer and her telling us not to tell Uncle Calvin! Shared some special memories with her @ Lake Havasu and in Boulder City.

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Rita Hill/Pfieffer (McNeal)

Aunt Rita, such a big heart, shared many great memories with her as I got older and lived in the desert close to her. Still have the rosary's that she made for us. Very special.

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Connie Johnson (McNeal)

Aunt Connie was famous for her laugh! She was always smiling. The Easter Egg hunts at her house were epic! She always had a twinkle in her eye & a story to share!

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Chuck McNeal

Uncle Chuck would always call us his little "Doll Babies" He used to pick us up from school in his Dodge Dart! He was quite entertaining on West Blvd!

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Frank McNeal

Uncle Frank lived with us on West Blvd for awhile. He used to take us to school in the mornings and he would always do the "Jerk" with the car as he was driving. Always a wild ride!

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Mike McNeal

Uncle Mike was the one you called if you needed work done around your house! He was very talented. I know of lots of projects that he did for his brothers & sisters. Us girls on West Blvd loved to get him trouble with Mom McNeal!

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Paul McNeal

Uncle Paul was always such a "Gentle Giant" my sister Colleen & I shared many great adventures with him.  He was our protector on West Blvd.
 

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From Marilyn Daze on January 18th, 2019
I especially remember the treats he used to spoil us with & our little walks to "Pup n Taco" for those yummy slushies!
 

Richard McNeal

Uncle Richard had such a great love for family. My Mom (Pat) held a very special place in her heart for him. His smile and "Irish" spirit was contagious! Used to love going to his and Aunt Tootsies house in Thousand Oaks.

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Robert McNeal

I always thought Uncle Robert was the most handsome man ever! His eyes and his smile lit up a room.  He once removed the stiches from a cut I had next to my eye. 

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Ruth McNeal

Even though I never knew her, we grew up knowing that she was taken too soon. My Mom (Patricia Ruth) was the next girl born after her death, that is why she had Ruth as her middle name.

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Lillian McNeal/McNeil (Leaverenz)

February 22nd, 1896 - December 16th, 1984

Mom McNeal was such an amazing woman. She was always there for all of us. She taught me what the true meaning of Family is. "Love them with all your heart and soul!" There are so many stories to share about her but I think one that all will remember was her sending us across the street to Queen Anne Park and not letting us cross back over until she came to get us. We would stand on the curb yelling "MOM...MOM...MOM.. for what seemed like hours!

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Maureen Roach (McNeil)

May 11th, 1940 - -

Even though Aunt Maureen is still very much alive, I wanted to pay tribute to her. Aunt Mo walks this earth with such Grace & Love. She is always there for everyone and has such a calming effect on us all. One of my favorite memories is when I got to spend 2 weeks at her house when I was a teenager. Berry picking was the best! Many wonderful memories in the past and looking forward to many more!

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