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Neil Stoebling

Chicago, Illinois

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Neil Stoebling, formerly of Staten Island, NY, and the Chicago Western Suburbs, passes away suddenly in his home in San Diego on Friday, June 26th.Neil was the quintessential sports enthusiast, who arranged many theme based All Sports weekends for his friends and family. He loved golf, claimed to...

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I first met Neil in 2004 as we were both tax preparers. I was always impressed by his determination and hard work to do things right, as well as his humor and compassion for others. I will always remember the rounds of golf, especially the ones he hosted at his home course in Illinois. He will be missed by all who had the fortune to know him. Neil, I know you are now hitting them all long and straight. Catch you later.

Dear Rose, Bill and I are so sad for the loss of Neil. He was just such an easy guy to be around and we are forever blessed to have worked with him. Neil was one of those people you are lucky to have worked with and called a friend, he just made everyone around him better humans :). We always enjoyed his knowledge on many subjects, humor, general kindness and ability to laugh at himself. We will miss him.

Dear Rose,
I am so much in grieving over learning of Neil's passing last night via your phone call. He was our tax guy for over 12 years and we always talked sports especially basketball, college brackets for the NCAA, and horse racing. He was a special man that I will never forget. You have a friend in Florida my dear.
Don Martin

Dear Rose, Wishing you peace at this most difficult time.

Rose, Sheila, Dave, Ellen, Craig, very sorry to hear. Good friend. Many memories of Oakland Avenue.

Neil will be greatly missed by all of his golf buddies at Rancho Bernardo and the Roadrunners. My greatest sympathies to the family. He was a great guy to be around.

I'm am so saddened by this news. And most people, from the Old gang at AT&T such as Pat Hull know how much this man meant to me in the mid 80's. Rose, you got yourself a great guy....giving you a hug my friend ❤

One of the best people ever. I have many memories of he and Rose. Belmont race, wearing sunglasses at night in Manhattan, dining out, Cubs and many more. I especially loved his sence of humor, he got me, and his appreciation of food. Don't put off loving your people. RIP

Neil was our tax preparer for several years since we lived in St. Charles, IL. Even though we have made several moves to different states since then, we continued to stay with Neil and send him all our tax info. He was smart, kind, honest, funny, gave great advice, and an all around great guy, who we loved talking sports with especially about the Yankees and Mets. He will be forever missed! He was more than our tax man; he was our friend. Denise and Bob McCormack