Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Hillcrest Mausoleum & Memorial Park
7405 West Northwest Highway, Dallas, TX
Nancy Dee O'Neal
12 January, 1940 – 21 July, 2020
Nancy Dee O'Neal was born on January 12, 1940, and passed away on July 21, 2020.
Arrangements in the care of Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Nancy Dee O'Neal
21 August 2020
My dear Nancy,
I will always treasure the memories you left me since we were two crazy 13 year old kids from Compton, that s where our journey began. We were best friends all these years, we shared everything in life....Raised our kids together, went on fabulous trips we called OUR MOTHER S DAY TRIP, visiting several states and interesting places in our country. My best times were with you and our life time friends, you made it possible. I will miss you terribly but you will always be in my heart, your were my sister. Last few years have been difficult and Jim took good care of you. Rest in Peace. Love you forever, until we meet again
12 August 2020
May God give you comfort and show you his love. Just know that you will see her again.
Loving you and missing you....your caring big heart and your love for shoes and being such a great person will remain with me for the rest of my life. We will all see you again.
31 July 2020
Dear Jim and Family,
My mother, Jeanne Ellis, and myself, Laura Mulcahy send our deepest sympathies to all of you.
Nancy, her mom and dad, Bill and Norma, have always been a part of our family. They lived next door to my Aunt Anna and Uncle Lee in Compton.
At all our family get togethers, the Barden's are all in our photos. Nancy was always sweet as a young girl. I used to baby sit for your kids, Jim.
We have many heart felt memories. Mom remembers going to visit You and Nancy in Solana Beach. Aunt Edna, Aunt Anna, Jeanne , we still have pictures. God Bless you and your family.
Love, Jeanne Ellis and Laura Mulcahy
30 July 2020
To the O'Neal family, I am so very sorry for your loss. My aunt and uncle were Anna Mae and Lee Pyatt, neighbors of Bill and Norma on Poinsettia St. in Compton, Ca. Nancy was grown and married at my earliest memories but I remember your family so well. I remember how much Noni and Bill loved their precious granddaughter's. I remember a crazy cat named Scully, a turtle named Myrtle and the stories Noni and Bill would tell me of Stacy, always with a smile. I am so thankful for the times Nancy and I got to talk on the phone these past few years. I wish there had been time to meet again face to face, I guess it just was not meant to be. To Jim, I cannot imagine your heartache and will keep you in my prayers. To Stacy, I know the loss of a mother even when you are a mature adult. Stacy, I hope this reaches you, I would love to hear from you. My e-mail should be included with this note and I am on Facebook. I did try to locate you online and got as close as Deerfield, FL. My youngest daughter lives in Davie just outside of Ft. Lauderdale. Jim, I will tell Aunt Jeanne Ellis and her daughter, Laura Jean Mulcahay of Nancy's passing. I know they will send their love, as do I.
Tracie (Spencer) Reopelle daughter of Billie and Bob Spencer (firstname.lastname@example.org)