OBITUARY

Jock "Butch" Douglas McNeil

January 6, 1959January 26, 2019

Jock D. “Butch” McNeil, 60 passed away Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Hosparus Inpatient Care Center. Jock was a longtime horse owner and trainer, most recently training for Daniel Peitz, and he was an avid fan of the Chicago Bears and Bulls and the Chicago Cubs. He is survived by his mother Betty McNeil; and siblings Connie Booker, Patricia Huber, Mike McNeil, Charlene Flowers, and Barry McNeil. Per his request, cremation was chosen, and no services are scheduled at this time.

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Jock "Butch" Douglas McNeil

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Dennis Miceli

February 2, 2019

So very sorry to hear this. My prayers and thoughts for all of the family. Old friends never die, for they are etched in my memory.

Teri Bendit

January 30, 2019


Jock...I will miss you so very much, and think of you often in so many ways! You were so kind and sweet to me and I loved you very much.So many great memories!! You have a special place in my heart that will always be there. You were so kind, honest and sacrificial for so many people. I love you, and wish you peace forever..Teri


Bonita Gerdes

January 29, 2019

Jock, I remember meeting young ago and always loved your smile. You leave a ton of race track memories in my mind, all good ones too.
Rest in peace Jock

Debbie Wroblewski

January 29, 2019

We were so fortunate that Jock became part of our family. He loved Mark John and Melissa as if they were his own. When they were little they were spoiled with ice cream runs to the kitchen. Mark John would have to go to the track when the load of sand came, Jock would be waiting in the shed row with 2 shovels and a huge smile, I don’t know who was more excited! Of coarse, Melissa couldn’t be left out, she had to feed the horses. He was so patient with them. We celebrated 4th of July, Christmas, birthdays, and graduations. There were car shows and dinners at home. Who can forget the picnics at Hillcrest Park!!!! Jock always, well usually, gave me high marks for my cooking, for which I am thankful. His favorites were pork tenderloin, hamburger pie, and cheesecake. Never rhubarb!! You are in our hearts, were truly loved, and will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

Beth Allen

January 27, 2019

I wish we could've had more time with you. I will never forget my 1st pink boombox you bought me. I drove Dad crazy with it just like you said to do. I will always cherish our conversations, your hugs and your love. Hope you have Nancy walking on that green already. I believe I know more about horses now than ever before. I will always keep my promise to you. I LOVE and Miss you so much already.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY