September 7, 1954 – March 30, 2018
Alan O’Neal, 63, of Muldrow, passed from this life March 30, 2018 in Fort Smith. He was born September 7, 1954, in Fort Smith, to the late Clarence and Almida Hibbs O’Neal. Alan was retired from Hiram Walker and Sebastian County, where he worked on the golf course at Ben Geren Park. His passion was his home, his wife and his dog. Alan loved working on his property and restoring old cars. He was the best mechanic around because he was a perfectionist. Alan is survived by his wife Lucy; his dog Lefty; his brother Terry O’Neal and his wife Alma; his sister, Sharon Norwood and her husband Larry, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Clarence Darrell O’Neal and his sister, Elizabeth Burkett. Alan requested no memorial services, but instead, memorial contributions be made to 3 Girls Animal Rescue, Inc., PO Box 1001, Shady Point, Oklahoma 74956-1001. Arrangements are under the direction of Edwards Funeral Home.
- Lucy O'Neal, Wife
- Lefty O'Neal, Four legged companion
- Terry O’Neal and his wife Alma, Brother
- Sharon Norwood and her husband Larry, Sister
- Clarence and Almida Hibbs O’Neal, Parents
- Clarence Darrell O’Neal, Brother
- Elizabeth Burkett, Sister
3 Girls Animal Rescue, Inc.
PO Box 1001, Shady Point, Oklahoma 74956-1001
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April 11, 2018
Oh Lucy I am so sorry to hear about Alan. I have so many fun memories of all the times we spent together back in the good ole days! I was always sad that we lost touch through the years that followed graduation . work and marriages. Sending you so much love and keeping you in my prayers my dear old friend. I hope you dont mind I have included a picture from those good old days from one of the old parties at my house.
April 1, 2018
Lucy, my lifelong friend, my heart goes out to you over the loss of your love. I’m praying for you. I think of you now and again and a smile always comes to my face. May our Lord and Savior comfort you in the coming days.