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Lauren Suchan

Henry O’Neill

February 07, 1947 - September 08, 2021

This page was created to celebrate the life of Henry O’Neill—a father to Lauren, a partner in life to Katie and a friend to many. If you knew Henry, you know he was one of a kind. Please use this page to share stories, photos, and your unique memories of the one and only Henry O’Neill.

OBITUARY
Henry O'Neill passed away on September 8, 2021 with his daughter Lauren and his long time love, Katie by his side.Henry grew up in Brooklyn, NY the only child of Luz and Enrique. He attended college at Kansas Wesleyan University and spoke fondly of his friends, football and all the good times he had while he was there. After college, Henry joined the Army National Guard and stayed in for about six years. He ended up in Virginia Beach,...  see more
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  • Rachel M
    Lauren, I wish I could be there with you this weekend. I still think of your dad whenever I eat gandules. Holding you all in my heart during this hard time.
  • Katie-Henry O'neill Nesselrodt
    Your smile, your laugh, your touch, your exuberance, your ‘unexpected’ craziness, your serenades, spontaneous dancing, our talks, our adventures, just being us together doing whatever or absolutely nothing, your love. I love you forever ❤️
  • Rose Levy
    • Rose Levy
      Rose Levy Henry I will miss you at Wally Ball. You bought great fun just being there. When you hit the ball you look one way and send it elsewhere . Tried to throw us off. But, I caught that trick. Your smile was beautiful. Sorry that I never got to know...  more
      • September 17, 2021
    • Rose Levy
      Rose Levy My deepest condolence to the family that will miss you terribly. Angel gone to Heaven. You were so funny!!!!
      • September 17, 2021
  • Lauren Suchan
    As I sit here watching the Giants play, and tearing up it hits hard just how many things will remind me of my dad for the rest of my life. I inherited his skin tone, some of his singing talent, and a deep love-hate relationship with the NY Giants. Rest...  more