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October 03, 2013
Mr. O'Neill was a lovely kind person who truly understood and cared about the people in his orbit. He will be missed.
Kathie Jones
September 15, 2013
I love this man. He was both an intellectual and humanist who loved everyone. He hired me to teach at CAJ in 1979, and in Dixon I have been since. Your a good man "Uncle Fuller" and you lived a blessed life with an equally wonderful woman.
September 12, 2013
Mr. O'Neill was an awesome person. He would take the time to talk to you if there was something wrong. He was a great Principal. My condolences to the family. Mr. O'Neill was loved by everyone. He will be greatly missed.
September 11, 2013
I am so sorry to hear he has passed on. What a great man. While in high school I worked in the Counseling Office and I saw him frequently. He was the principal of good ole Dixon High then. He was always pleasant. Prayers to his family during this tough time.
September 09, 2013
What a wonderful example of how one should live. Mr. O'neill was a great encourager and friend. I first met him and enjoyed his bright smile as a C.A. Jacobs student. After high school I rented my first apartment from he and Grace. It was at this point that I spent many evenings in their home. They made me feel like family. I miss those days as I will miss him. Good night Big O'. Rest in peace.
September 09, 2013
Mr. O'Neill was a wonderful person. He had a great personality, good sense of humor and often a wry smile. While I attended C.A. Jacobs he encouraged my studies and introduced me to tennis. Over the next decade we would play and he was always a competitor. Whenever I returned to Dixon for a visit and we ran into each other, he always remembered me. I will certainly miss seeing him.
September 09, 2013
Mr. O'Neill was a wonderful person. He befriended me while I was a student at C.A. Jacobs in the 70s. He encouraged me in my studies and was the first person to introduce me to tennis. Eventually I played on the high school tennis team, and it was Mr. O'Neill that made that possible. He had a great personality, a good sense of humor, and always a wry grin on his face.
September 08, 2013
I remember Wes when he played tennis in Vacaville. He was a good tennis player and a true sportsman. Above all, you enjoyed being around him.

We'll miss him greatly.

Cal Teraura
September 08, 2013
I always enjoyed my visits with Wes. He was always such a enjoyable person to be around. I will miss you. Bill Schroeder
September 08, 2013
Wes had an interesting way of getting things done. I was at loose ends for last period during my last six months of high school... you might say 'disruption waiting for opportunity'. Wes was wise enough to assign me to set up his next day's chemistry class during that last period. He kept my 'idle hands' busy and surely helped keep study hall quiet, though I doubt that he really needed the help with chemistry set-up. All in a day's work for Wes.
Years later, it was always a pleasure to visit with him while he volunteered at the library.
Best wishes to the O'Neill Family
September 08, 2013
Mr. O'Neill is one of a kind. As a fellow Vet, I salute you. Camille, Armstrong, Winters, ca.
September 06, 2013
I am sure he will be missed> I remember him well as he was my Chemistry teacher and Advisor when I entered college.
Rest in Peace Mr. O'Neil
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