Connie M. O'Neill
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Connie M. O'NEILL Born February 6, 1925 in Duluth, MN; Died May 29, 2011 in Shoreline, WA. Raised in Ironwood, Michigan. Studied journalism at University of Michigan. Transferred to University of Washington when her family moved to Seattle. Married in Seattle on July 13, 1945, to the love of her life, U.S. Navy Captain Robert A. O'Neill (pilot and wing commander VC-90). Lived in Arlington, VA, Lake Forest Park, and since 1960 in Uplake neighborhood of Kenmore. Connie raised nine children to adulthood, worked over twenty years for Lake Forest Park Branch of the King County Library System, was a parishioner of St. Mark Catholic Church, Shoreline, and later at St. John Vianney Catholic Church, Kirkland. Survived by her children, Brian O'Neill (Mary Alice), Winn Goeppner (Joseph), Peggy Griffin (Lane), Maureen O'Neill (Bob Otto), Nora McConnell (Whyle), Mike O'Neill (Joan), Sheila Murphy, Colleen McCoy (Doug); her grandchildren, Molly, Mitchell, Daniel, Kyle, Skye, Patrick, Kaileigh, Hayley, Dylan, Allison, Courtney, Sean, Brian Pat, Rory, Kelly, David, Shawn, and Shannon; her great-grandchildren; and her sister, Marilyn Murphy Alongi (Charlie). Predeceased by her husband, Robert A. O'Neill; daughters, Kathleen and Patrice; and brothers, Neil Murphy and Brian Pat Murphy. Connie was Eucharistic minister at St. John Vianney for many years and was active in the Lake Forest Park Friends of the Library. She loved going to church, volunteering, and spending time with her family and friends. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, June 8th at 11:00 AM at St. John Vianney Church, 12600 84th Ave NE, Kirkland, 98034. Remembrances may be made to United States Olympic Committee, or Woodland Park Zoo. Please sign the on-line Guest Book at www.Legacy.com Hoffner Fisher & Harvey

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jun. 5, 2011.
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June 17, 2011
Connie was so very fortunate to have you, literally, as such close family members. She knew she was loved. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Anina Sill
June 6, 2011
Dear Maureen,
My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. I hope you find comfort in warm memories of your mother and from friends and family around you. You were so lucky to have been able to spend the last year or so with her. That was special. Take care of yourself & Bob.

Hugs to you,
Shirley
Shirley Louie
June 6, 2011
Dear Maureen, Peggy and the O'Neill Family,
We Sisters of the Holy Names offer you our prayerful support as your Mother enters her eternal life. May Connie's new life in God's Presence bring great comfort to you all.
Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
June 5, 2011
We will miss Connie very much. She was a wonderful neighbor and Cougar supporter. We are so sorry to miss her service, but are remembering her while here in Ireland, especially when we ate at O'Neill's Pub. I promised her I would kiss the Blarney Stone for her, and will be doing that in a few days.

We love you Connie, and our sympathy to all the family.
Gregg & Judy
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