Allan William O'Neill
Nov 10th 1932 — Feb 3rd 2023 (90 years)
It is with deep sorrow the family announces the sudden passing of Allan on Friday, February 3rd, 2023 at the age of 90. Predeceased by his loving wife of 66 years Donna (nee Howe) (2022). Survived by his children Bonnie, Danny, Laura Lynne (predeceased), Ken (Lisa) & Shannon (Marco). Also left to mourn are his grandchildren, Tom (Ashley), Courtney, Kayla (Tyler), Randy (Kim) & Sarah (Mario) and his great grandchildren Pheonix, Achilles, Adalyn, Ella, Serenity and his sister Betty (Gord). Predeceased by his parents and his brother Jim. Allan was a loving father, husband, grandfather and brother. He loved to hear the magical sounds of bag pipes playing and start dancing in the living room. His smile was infectious and brought smiles to all he came into contact with. He will be remembered for his devotion to his family and his wonderful sense of humor. Farming, the morning rooster, cows, horses, chickens and listening to the hogs would always make him smile with delight. He will be remembered most for his knowledge of mechanics that he had gained over the years of his career, his love of the great outdoors and his passion of flying! Special Thanks to his daughter Bonnie for taking such great care of our parents in her home these last few years At Allan's request, no service will be held. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Notes of Condolences about Allan William
2 months ago
I had the pleasure of meeting Allan on numerous occasions. He was always so happy and caring. My deepest sympathies to all his family especially my beautiful niece Lisa and Ken.
2 months ago
Grandpa, there’s no correct way of describing a single memory with you… You are so recognized for your kind heart. The way you loved grandma was like no other, it is the reason you are the role model to all of us down here. Your grandchildren all looked up to that.
We will miss you so much. I hope you treat grandma to her favourite blue flowers for valentines day xo (oh I know you will)
Make sure you save me some eclairs in the freezer up there.
So much love.
2 months ago
Daddio, words cannot even to begin to describe how much you will be missed...For many years you helped guide and mentor me. I only hope that when you look down that you are every bit of proud of me as I am of you. We have had made many memories over the years, everything from fishing, small game hunting to fixing my Hunk of junk cars back in the day. I still remember most the day that I broke down in around Aidees Creek and the car just wouldn't go and i pulled into a rest stop. No money in my pocket and there was no abm back then....I walked across to find a pay phone( what's that right) made the collect call to you and without hesitation you asked where i was and what is needed. You came with parts in hand and got my car running and followed me home. Back then when i first moved up North as we called it I didn't know anyone but my parents and Dad ended up being my best friend and as best friends do,,,,they do whatever a best friend could do to help. Your not only a dad but a true friend that i was so very proud to call Dad.....That final plane came and now you have your wings t fly!!!!! Rest easy ol timer hehe Love you lots!
2 months ago
My family and I knew Allan and Donna since I was a little girl in Port Credit, Ontario, where they were our neighbors. Fond memories of casual get togethers and, of course, camping. We kept in touch all these years, through the deaths of our parents, and my sister’s passing in 2011. It is the end of an era, and I know they are all gathering together for a great reunion. Rest In Peace Allan xoxo
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