He saved my Mother's life in 1969. There is nothing more I can add to that. So grateful.
Your mother and father will be engraved in my memory as "most special" people. I will never forget them and feel privileged to have known
them. My sincere condolences to all.
I was very sorry to hear about the passing of Dr Neal--He was extremely dynamic--I was a resident at Lankenau Hospital from 1987-92. He was a superb teacher who made life quite fun--He was proud of his grand kids-I remember him telling me how smart little Hunter was! I always remember the word he used at his retirement party--BEAUTIFUL--He was so happy so many people came to say thanks! My wife and I will always remember the trip we took with Dr Neal to present a paper in England for the Anatomy Society--We had a great time! Beer at lunch during the conference should be experienced by all!
Heather & Hunter and family - I have such wonderful memories of Dr. Neal as we served together on the St. Davids Human Research Review Board. His sharp insight and quick wit always enhanced the meetings. His and Dr. DePalma's friendship greatly enriched my life. His spirit continues to challenge me in my clinical work. Grace & Peace, Bruce Lenich
While working in Lankenau Hospital's ICU- some of my fondest memories are of Dr. Neal - highly intelligent, hilarious sense of humor and the kindness he showed to all- especially his patients. We all adored Dr. Neal and loved his stories about his dollhouses he built- which were extraordinary- A finer human being I've yet to meet RIP Dr. Neal/ never forgotten
Dr. and Mrs. Neal became clients of mine in the early nineties and were such a wonderful couple to work with. I can still recall an Easter weekend breakfast meeting at their Bryn Mawr home where I met the children as well. I brought fresh cinnamon buns and champagne and it was delightful.
They were such a beautiful, loving couple and will be missed by all.
John K. Heuisler, Newtown Square, PA
Dear Hunter, Amanda, Una, Hunter & Emma; So very sorry for the loss of Philly Pops. Sounds like he had a full & interesting life. You were all lucky to enjoy him and offered wonderful support to him. I'm certain he enjoyed seeing you often these last years. May we all be as fortunate. Hat's off to another of the "Greatest Generation". Love R+R
I am very sorry about Hunter's passing. As a radiologist at Laekenaufor many years, had opportunity to work with Doctor Neal numerous occasions and respected his dynamism, intellligence , and "can-do" attitude.
To the family of Dr. Neal,
While I did not know your father/grandfather - his obituary gave me a wonderful insight of who he was. I am sure he will be missed but not forgotten.
So sorry for your loss. Your father was a very special person ,I'm glad I knew him.