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D'Elia Funeral Home

Route 70 & Vermont Avenue, Lakewood, NJ

OBITUARY

Leonora O'Neal

August 2, 1949March 15, 2020

Leonora O'Neal, age 70, of Lakewood, New Jersey passed away on Sunday March 15, 2020. Leonora was born August 2, 1949.

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Carol Zisa

March 26, 2020

I am so thankful to have known you. We have shared so much in the time that we have been friends & neighbors both happy & sad. I will always remember our vacations & parties that we all shared & our private talks on the phone. Your whole life was dedicated to your family & I know that you are now their guardian angels. RIP my friend.......you are greatly missed,💔

ann Cusack

March 23, 2020

I so enjoyed catching up with Lee at Sully's birthday party-her infinite love for her family knew no bounds-and her absolute joy for Sully was just beautiful to watch. Our condolences to Lauryn, Brian, Sully, David and all the O'Neals.

Rest in Peace Lee

All our love, Ann, Luis & Lucia

Fiona & Simon Cardwell

March 23, 2020

In loving memory of Leonora.

We feel very grateful to have known Lee.
What a wonderful Lady! So full of fun and pride for her boys. She was always so gracious and generous with her time and greeted everyone with such warmth, we always felt so welcome.

We will cherish the beautiful memories we have of Leonora.

Our heartfelt condolences to David, David, Michael, Brian and all of the Family.

Sending much love to you all,
Simon, Fiona, Aria and Lyla Cardwell

Gina Chirchirillo

March 21, 2020

My deepest condolences to David and his family. I will truly miss Leonora. Every time she would come to the dental office for her cleanings we would talk and talk. She wasn’t just my patient but my friend. She had a beautiful personality and she was a spit fire of a woman. She will truly be missed. May she Rest In Peace.
Gina Chirchirillo
NJ Team Dental

Tara and Denis Sullivan

March 21, 2020

To say that she will be missed...that she left too soon.....that she was a fun and loving person...are all true but not nearly enough. We can't put together the words to truly describe Lee. As Lauryn wrote...she was a Force. And a great one, at that!
To Brian, Dave, Mike and Davey-You all are in our hearts at this very sad time. We send our deepest condolences.
With love and friendship-Denis and Tara Sullivan

James Murray

March 21, 2020

We only met Leonora recently and she felt like family from the very first conversation. Leonora was kind and sweet and loving and we will miss her so very much. We cherished the time we had with her . With love and sympathy to the entire O’Neal family. Love ,James and Corinne

Sue and Steve St Germain

March 20, 2020

We will miss Lee so much, and send our deepest condolences to Dave, David, Brian and Michael. Our thoughts and prayers are with them all at this time.

Anthony Limongelli

March 20, 2020

Our condolences to Dave and the family .Lee was a dear friend and we too will miss her .

Steven Gonzalez

March 20, 2020

Rest Easy Aunt Lee, Your my godmother you were always there for me when I was younger I'd spend every weekend at your house, you'd even just come pick me up to go food shopping and buy me candy and animal crackers, we even had a chocolate milk dance when you'd make me chocolate milk in the morning, when I would go to sleep you would tell me sleep tight don't let the bed bugs bite see you in the morning light then tuck me in and gave me a kiss. Our relationship between each other faded away as I got older and it was my fault and I'm so sorry I should've done better. Now your gone and I can't even tell you I'm sorry. You held our whole family together and it won't be the same without you. I love you so much and will miss you dearly you were the best godmother in the world! Give Nanny and Poppy hugs and kisses for me. R.I.P Love and Miss you Aunt Lee

Briana Maruffi

March 20, 2020

I am going to miss coming over with pastries and have you yell at me for bringing so many! I cherish every memory I have with you and although you may not be here physically, I know you are still watching and still around. I can’t wait to make you proud and finish school and finally become a nurse, I know you’ll be smiling down on me and guide me through. I miss you and I love you Aunt Lee

FROM THE FAMILY