Phillip Michael O'NEILL (1929 - 2018)

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Phillip Michael

July 28, 1929 -
May 4, 2018

The Funeral Mass
will be celebrated at
St. Augustine's June 12,
2018 at 10:00 A.M.
followed by a reception
also at the church.

The family wishes to express gratitude to the caregivers at Deaconess Hospital for care and comfort during his last days. Mike was born to Ann and Joseph O'Neill in Missoula, Montana and later moved to Spokane. Mike served in the U.S. Army during the Occupation of Japan and received a G.E.D. While attending Gonzaga University, he met Antoinette Plastino. They were wed January 30, 1950. They had five wonderful children; Shannon, Colin, Shawn, Megan, and Maureen. He earned a Bachelor's Degree from Eastern Washington University, a Master's Degree from Gonzaga University, and a Doctorate in Education from Washington State University, after which, he retired from teaching in the Spokane School District for 25 years. After teaching, Mike became a Real Estate Appraiser and finally retired at the age of 65. He was preceded in death by his parents, in-laws Anthony and Leona Plastino, daughters Shannon and Megan, sisters Delores and Eileen, and his brother Joseph. He is survived by his wife and children; Colin O'Neill of Spokane, Washington, Shawn O'Neill of Todos Santos, Baja California Sur (Mexico), and Maureen (O'Neill) Crawford, Gig Harbor, Washington, his brother J. Patrick O'Neill and sister JoAnn O'Neill, four grandchildren, Antoinette O'Neill, Seattle, Washington, Stephanie, Tyler, and Dalton Crawford, many nieces, nephews, and six great-grandchildren. His accomplishments, contributions, and influence to and on our lives are too numerous to record but will not be forgotten for he loved us all.
1 Corinthians 13:13 "And now these three remain:
faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love".


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PO Box 18006
Spokane, WA 99228
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Published in Spokesman-Review on June 12, 2018