Let the memory of Glenn be with us forever
  • 66 years old
  • Born on October 29, 1948 .
  • Passed away on January 10, 2015 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Glenn ONeill 66 years old , born on October 29, 1948 and passed away on January 10, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 10th January 2018
Thinking of you today and all through the year. Rest in paradise.
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 29th October 2017
Happy heavenly birthday Glenn.You are dearly missed and thought of often. Say hi to the newest angel Dorothy. Ron says happy birthday.
Posted by Michael O'Neill on 28th October 2017
Thinking about you on your birthday which is tomorrow. Hope your resting in total peace. We released yours and Pats ashes outside the Golden Gate. You now have joined mom & dad in their resting place. Haven't had any contact with Susanne in a while. I hope she is doing well. She really took it hard when you left us. I just added a picture of Lori & I from a trip to Belize on our 40th anniversary. Can't believe how fast time flies. Seems like yesterday we were on the Rubicon trail. Rest in Peace & Happiest BD as possible. Love, Mike
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 10th January 2017
Thing of you today Glenn. We miss you and our trips on the train. We know you are free of pain and at peace.
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 29th October 2016
Happy birthday Glenn.You are missed.
Posted by Michael O'Neill on 11th January 2016
Hello Glenn, Today is your Birthday whether your here physically or just in our heart. So I'm wishing you the Happiest Birthday possible. It's hard to believe a year has passed already. I'm sorry that I didn't make it up to Ocean Park before you passed away. I hope some how you can give Suzanne a hug that she can feel. I know she's having a tough day today. When Suzanne is ready to part with your ashes we will lay you and Pat to rest as promised in the ocean outside of the Golden Gate Bridge. Love from all of us, Mike, Lori, Jake, Bridget, Mikey & my other 4 children & 6 Grandchildren. (Just a reminder to all this website is forever)
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 10th January 2016
Thinking of you today and always.You are missed very much.Love, Ron and JoAnn.
Posted by Michael O'Neill on 30th October 2015
Just wanted to let you know I'm thinking about you on your birthday. It's a different place without you & Pat around. You guys are missed very much. What were you guys thinking leaving me & Suzanne like you did. I hope you guys are resting peacefully and mom & dad as well. I'm not much for words so I will have to say goodnight. Your brother, Mike PS This is your personal website that will never shut down.
Posted by Charlene Meister on 29th October 2015
Happy Birthday Miss you!!!
Posted by Rachelle Oneill on 24th January 2015
this is patricia i love you and wish i would have got to talk to you and tell you that more but its never to late to tell some one that you love them so please no that i love you and you are very much missed but will always be remembered .
Posted by JoAnn Turner on 19th January 2015
Ron and I met Glenn and Suzanne when she was a bartender at the GasLog bar in Sacramento. I remember Glenn coming in with his giant,gentle dog Bear. He loved big dogs. Ron, my husband, Suzanne and I became friends quickly. We knew a lot of the same people in our past.Ron and Glenn were only a few days apart in age and had both been in the service.I will miss all our trips to San Francisco on the train. We like to remember a cruise the four of us took to the Bahamas.We had to listen to a sales pitch for about 8 hours, despite that we had a wonderful time. Glenn even got up and danced when we were on the ship. Ron and I went to Washington a couple of times to visit and Glenn and Suzanne came to,Sacramento to visit us.Glenn will be missed so much.Rest in paradise my friend your pain is gone.
Posted by Suzanne Reed on 19th January 2015
I will love you forever you were my world.
Posted by Charlene Meister on 16th January 2015
Glenn came into my life when I was 14 years old. He wanted to date my Mom so his cleaver way was to offer to take me to pizza and dinner at his Mothers house as a way to get closer to my Mom and well we were just friends from the beginning. Then he became my Dad and we butted heads quite a bit in my teenage years but looking back he was a really great Dad. One of my stunts I remember was to try and talk him into taking me to a teen club while my Mom was at work just before they started dating. He of course refused without talking to my Mom and later came to realize I had no permission to go. lol He also bought me my first car for Christmas and got up at 5am to wax it and put a big red bow on it. I later totaled same car on my very first drive by my self. I probably caused alot of rises in his blood pressure over the years. He supported my art and a mask I made in High School became the name of his first boat (Childs Play) he loved the little chucky doll movies. He also loved to laugh. Glenn was the reason I joined the Army and that decision sculpted a great deal of my life. He was with me through the death of my birth Father and over so many good and sometimes painful times in my life. He loved to fish was a complete smart ass and had a big heart. He loved his dogs as if they were people and loved my Mom more than any man who had ever been in our lives. I never approved of anyone she dated before him. I could tell that he really loved her and that was the most important thing to me. He had a great relationship with my Daughter his Grandaughter and will be very missed by my family. I am sure there are so many more memories I am forgetting but it is hard to type with tears in your eyes. May you be welcomed with open arms by your Mom and Brother and all of the doggies you have loved along the way in your life. This is so hard but a little less knowing you pain is over. In my heart and prayers always. Charlene

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