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Evelyn Willoughby O'Neal
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Birth: May 4, 1922
Bourbon County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jun. 2, 2010
Tucson
Pima County
Arizona, USA

The Arizona Daily Star, 5-6 June 2010
Evelyn Willoughby O'Neal May 4, 1922 - June 2, 2010 Evelyn's journey started May 4, 1922 on a little farm just outside Paris in Bourbon County Kentucky, to the parents of Lemix and Nancy Willoughby.

She later went on to marry a carpenter's son, Stauder O'Neal, a fine carpenter himself who has preceded her in death along with a daughter, Anita Lane; all of her brothers, Roger, William (Bill), Estille; one sister, Augusta; and a great-grandson, Anthony James Stepaniak.

Evelyn and Strauder left Kentucky in 1959 and headed west to Tucson, Arizona to live and raise their young family. Evelyn lived her life to the fullest and was the life of every party. She retired from St. Joseph's Hospital after 28 years of dedicated service and having made many life long friends.

aAs Evelyn completed her earthly journey she left behind many loved ones who will cherish her memories and miss her until being met up again. Son, Stauder Wayne O'Neal (Sue); daughter, Peggy O'Neal Foley (Thomas); grandchildren, Nancy, William (Lisa), Joseph Wayne (Windy), Leslie Allen (Lisa Blair), Thomas Russell (Jenana), Pamele Denise Brume (Shawn), Randy Doyle Parscale; great-grandchildren, Anthony James, (preceded in death), Breanna Rachel, Coreydon Wayne, Spencer Daniel, Kevin Eric, Anthony, Brianne Michelle, Amanda Rae, Tanner William, Lillian Blair. Kamran (Brittany), Dari, Sebastiana (Seby), Harli Tristen; great-grandchildren, Zxayden Blair. Many nieces and nephews. No Public Services.
 
 
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Created by: Cori Hoag
Record added: Jun 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53317342
Evelyn <i>Willoughby</i> O'Neal
Added by: Cori Hoag
 
 
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Rest in peace
- Cori Hoag
 Added: Jun. 6, 2010
 
 
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