Marcille-O'Neil-Obituary

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Marcille O'Neil

Blackfoot, Idaho

May 3, 1945 – Sep 29, 2021 (Age 76)

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BORN
May 3, 1945
DIED
September 29, 2021
AGE
76
LOCATION
Blackfoot, Idaho

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Marcille O’Neil, 76


Marcille O’Neil, 76, of Exeter, CA, formerly of Blackfoot, passed away September 29, 2021 at the Adventist Hospital in Tulare, CA.


Marcille was born May 3, 1945 in Mitchell, South Dakota to Harold Lau and Jessie May Allen Lau.


On January 7, 1987 she married Linza Henry “Hank” O’Neil in Pocatello, Idaho.


Marcille worked for Basic American in Blackfoot from 1980 to 1990 until moving to Tulare, California. While in Tulare, she worked for Kraft Foods until it closed. Following Kraft, Marcille and Hank attended barber school and opened Ma & Pa’s Barber Shop in Tulare. The couple then retired and moved to Exeter, California where they lived their remaining years.


Marcille had a strong belief in God and loved to worship.


Marcille loved spending time with her family and friends. She was lovingly known as the “Mrs. Kravitz” of her neighborhood.


Marcille is survived by her daughters, LaSena (Kevin) Hadawi of Rockwall, TX, Lana (Gene) Bybee of Blackfoot, ID, and Cascel Fite of Exeter, CA; and grandchildren, Logan Neilson, Morgan Neilson, Jacob Neilson, Dylan Harvill, Austin Harvill, Blake Harvill, Seth Molano, Cole Molano, and Kayden Fite.


She was preceded in death by her husband, Hank O’Neil; daughter, Dawn Jensen; and her parents.


Following Marcille’s wishes, no services will be held at this time.


Condolences may be shared at www.hawkerfuneralhome.com.   

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Dear Sweet daughters of Marcille, your mom had a fun-loving, kind and beautiful heart. I appreciated her smile throughout her life, it was contagious! She raised you all well and was a good friend to many. I was stopped in Kesler's Market by one of her friends/co-workers, just wanting to talk about her love for your mom. She made a mark on hearts here in Blackfoot, Idaho! That makes me happy.

Hey all, we send lots of love to you. We sure have enjoyed the friendship and love shared amongst our families through the years. I pray that you find peace in this time of loss here on Earth. Love you, Ren

Lana and family, I am so sorry about your Mom’s passing. After reading about her, I’m sorry we weren’t friends. It sounds like she was a wonderful person and I’m sure you have many fond memories❤