Crosman Funeral Home

40 Main Street, Lisbon Falls, ME


Lauris Wayne O'Neil

January 22, 1947May 14, 2019

Lauris O’Neil passed away peacefully in his home on Tuesday May 14, 2019. He was born in Brunswick on January 22, 1947, the son of Orson O’Neil and Alma Ella Skelton. Lauris was the class of ’65 at Brunswick High, followed by serving 6 years in the Navy. He was a self employed mason contractor for over 40 years, known especially for his stone work. Lauris and Gail, his wife of 54 years, enjoyed travel, with cruises to Alaska, Hawaii, Panama Canal and the Caribbean. His many hobbies/interests include archery, skiing, building kayaks, kayaking and playing cards with friends and family. Lauris was predeceased by his parents and brother, Oliver O. O’Neil. He is survived by his wife, three daughters Karen O’Neil of Van Buren, Kelly Weber and Carl of Biddeford, Kimberly Allen and her husband Patrick of Brunswick, 6 grandchildren: Meghan, Corey (Bud), Lisa, Jacob, Zachary, Noah, and 3 great grandchildren: Paige, Xavier (Spud) and Zander (Tater), and 2 sisters: Gwendolyn Clark of Kansas and Selma Powers and her husband Charles of Brunswick. A Celebration of His Life will be held on Sunday May 19, from1-2p.m. at Crosman Funeral Home in Lisbon Falls followed by light refreshments at the home of Kim and Patrick Allen, 54 Lunt Road, Brunswick. Please visit www.CrosmanFuneralhome.com to leave condolences.


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, May 19, 2019
  • Light Refreshments Sunday, May 19, 2019
  • Burial Monday, May 20, 2019


Lauris Wayne O'Neil

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Tina Klaus

May 17, 2019

Kim and Patrick, Although I never met your father, I feel like I know him through conversations about visits and working with him we have had. My heart is broken for you and your family. - Tina Klaus

Joe and Laura Kendzia

May 17, 2019

Thoughts and prayers are with Lauris' family. Lauris built my stone chimneys with love. They have been the best for many years now. Laura and I enjoyed our working relationship with him during our build. You can see the "Love" below the mantel in the photo. Not planned but it was noticed right off by Laura. She kidded him about it afterward. Great memory. Thank you Lauris for your wonderful job.

Deborah Larrabee

May 16, 2019

You are in our thoughts and prayers. Lauris will be missed.

In Friendship
Cliff and Deb Larrabee