Chicago Mercy Hospital-Shooting Victims-Obituary

Chicago Mercy Hospital Shooting Victims

Obituary

Three people died tragically in a shooting at Chicago's Mercy Hospital Monday afternoon. Dr. Tamara O'Neal, 38, Officer Samuel Jimenez, 28, and pharmacy resident Dayna Less, 25, were killed by Dr. O'Neal's former fiancé, who had confronted her outside the hospital, reported the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

To the families of Dr. ONeil, Samuel and Dayna. Although I do not know them personally, my heart is deeply sorrowed for your loss. I pray that you find comfort in knowing that absolutely nothing escapes Gods notice. He is even aware of our sufferings when others many not fully understand them and promises to heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds. I will keep you in my prayers to give you the strength to get thru this terrible tragedy.

Our prayers and condolences go out
to the families and friends of those who died at Mercy Hospital. Such a tragedy should not have happened. May the memories you shared together bring you some comfort along with the love from family and friends.
Romans 8:38, 39

RH-IL

So tragic.

So tragic and sad. I am so sorry and am praying that you are able to deal with this and find some way to cope. God can help mend a broken heart.

December 2, 2018

Dear Families of Dr. Tamara O' Neal, Officer Samuel Jimenez, and Ms. Dayna Less:

I am A Member of Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois. Reverend Dr. David B. Thornton is the Pastor.

I am also A Former Member of Church Musician Ship Guild, Inc. (1988-2008). The late Dr. Mildred G. Lewis was The Founder/Executive Director. For your information, I was their Executive Secretary, and Public Relations Director.

I will...

So sorry for your loss and the senseless violence that took your loved one. May God grant you peace and comfort as you deal with your loss. 1 Thessalonians 4:13,14

My heart and prayers go out to all the families and friends. We are so sorry for this senseless tragedy. Looking forward to the time soon when all oppression, injustice, and violence will be gone forever. At that time no one will have to take matters into their own hands because God's Kingdom will rule the earth. Until that time may the peace of God guard your heart. Psalm 72:12- 14 and Daniel 2:44.