Dear Mrs.Thompson,I have been the nurse @ Camp Quality for 25 yrs.,so I remember your sweet husband well. He & the kids were always trying to catch the Big one. I don't know who had more fun-Neil or the kids. Thank you for remembering the CQ kids. So sorry. Nurse Nancy Lange
Dale and Sue, I am so sorry and shocked to hear about your father! I really enjoyed knowing your father and mother! They are sweet people. I will miss our phone calls! I wish we had contact also. My grandparents are Charles & Lucy Neilson. I have been doing genealogy since 1969 as a hobby. Jan Camp
Norma, I want to express my condolences to you and all your family on Neil's passing. Neil and I were members of the Speedway Optimist Club years ago. I especially appreciated his kindness in 1979 and 1980 when he invited me to join him and numerous others on 2 backpacking expeditions in the Bear Tooth Pass Wilderness of Montana and the Wind River Range in Wyoming. Those were awesome lifetime experiences that remain vividly in memory. It was a pleasure to be with Neil as we treked up mountains, crossed streams and meadows, and were amused by his wonderful stories that he shared by the evening campfires. Neil's life was truly rich, full, and a blessing to many. I pray the Lord will give you His peace, His comfort, and His blessings to you and your loved ones. Neil will be remembered and will continue to live in the hearts of many who knew him. Sincerely, Harry Bolton, Allison Retiree and Former Member of Speedway Optimist Club
Please accept my sincere sympathy at this sad time. I wich I could be there to offer my condolenvces in person, but I will be thinking of you, Norma, my sister in ADPi.
I remember when I was little. my brothers and sisters would walk to the corner to the pet store and pet the monkeys Neil would have.It was the highlight of our day.No matter hao busy He was he alway took the time for us kids. Thanks Neil.