Ann C. O'Neil

April 5, 1945September 6, 2020
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A Mass of Christian Burial for Ann C. O’Neil, age 75 of Ogdensburg will be held at 10:00am on Wednesday (Sept 9, 2020) at St. Mary’s Cathedral with Rev. Joseph Morgan officiating. Burial will follow at the St. Mary’s Cemetery in Ogdensburg.

Calling hours will be held on Tuesday from 3:00-6:00pm at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home. Ann passed away early Sunday (Sept 6, 2020) at the Riverledge Healthcare Facility surrounded by her family and close friends.

Surviving are three sons Peter O’Neil & his wife Elizabeth of Arlington, VA, Patrick O’Neil & his partner Roger Triplett of Palm Springs, CA and Kevin O’Neil & his wife Marci of Ogdensburg; grandchildren Bryn, Coughlin “CJ” and Liam O’Neil of Arlington, VA , Sadie, Ella, Aidan, & Noah O’Neil of Ogdensburg; a brother Peter Bouchard & his wife Patricia of Morton, IL; sister-in laws Jessica Bouchard of Las Vegas, NV, Nancy Bouchard of Ogdensburg, Joan Bouchard of Pasadena, CA and Rita O'Neil of Canton; brother-in-law Robert O'Neil & his wife Eleanor of Madrid; along with several nieces, nephews & cousins.

Two brothers Richard & Michael Bouchard predeceased her.

Ann was born on April 5, 1945 in Ogdensburg, a daughter of the late Henry & Leona (Pfaff) Bouchard. She later graduated from St. Mary’s Academy and continued her education at the Spencer Business School in Schenectady with a major in court reporting.

During her career she was employed as a court stenographer for the St. Lawrence County Court System for 32 years. She retired in 1998 as chief court clerk in Ogdensburg.

Ann was very active with numerous organizations in Ogdensburg to include, president of the Legion of Mary, past member of the Rebecca Lodge, past president of the American Legion Auxiliary, a member of Claxton Hepburn Ladies Auxiliary, St. Mary’s Cathedral Parish and Choir and the Ogdensburg Command Performance.

She enjoyed swimming, traveling, crocheting, sewing, playing cards and visits with her grandchildren. Memorial contributions can be made to the St. Joseph’s Home, 950 Linden Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669. Condolences and fond memories can also be shared online at


  • Calling Hours

    Tuesday, September 8, 2020

  • A Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020


Ann C. O'Neil

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Dave Tyson

September 14, 2020

Peter, Liz

Tracy and I send our heartfelt condolences for you and your family. The loss of a parent can be a foundation shaking moment, but it is in times like these we realize the value of family and friends.

Dave & Tracy Tyson
Houston, Texas

Michael McNamara

September 12, 2020

Ann, May you rest in peace. I remember all the time I spent at your house with you and your brother Mike. Your Mom always made me feel so welcome. Like one of the family. I was so glad to see and talk to you last fall. After not seeing you for so many years. May God bless you and Mike. My two friends.

Christopher Premo

September 10, 2020

Pat, Peter, Kevin and family,

We were so saddened to hear of Ann's passing. Such a wonderful woman, always a friendly smile, a joyful laugh and a kind word. We will forever remember her and the good times we shared, especially at those figure skating shows so many years ago.

We hold you in our hearts and remember you in our prayers.

Chris Premo and the Premo family

Theresa LaPoint

September 9, 2020

She certainly had a full life
I was a Chief Clerk in Glens Falls and all of we clerks spent a fun over night at a motel on the lake. I slept in the loft with Ann. We talked for, it seemed like hours. Brings back a lot of memories

ceil briggs

September 9, 2020

family: john and i are so sorry we didnt get info in time....we would have come for calling to see you and say it was great to know and be with her.....she always had a smile and a good word to say.... how she raised you twins is beyond me...lots of laughs, i am sure.......
one great lady
john and ceil briggs

Diana Swanson

September 9, 2020

Dearest Nancy & Jessica,

Jeff and I were saddened to see the passing of Ann. She was always so kind, always went out of her way to say hello and ask about Danielle. We would tell her about Danielle and she in turn would update us on Jessica’s achievements. It was always a cherished meeting.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you both and all the O’Neil Family.

Diana & Jeff Swanson

Francine Baker

September 9, 2020

I spent much time with your Mom at Court Clerk's meetings and conferences. She was always fun to be with and loved her job. She always spoke highly of her "boys" and then her grandchildren as they came. We kept in touch once or twice a year since her retirement. I'm so sorry to hear of her illness and her passing. I will definitely miss her Christmas cards with family updates going forward. My deepest condolences.
Francine Baker, Mechanicville City Court

Suzanne Kiah

September 9, 2020

Kevin, Pat, Peter and Family,
I have so many fond and fun memories of Ann when our boys were young. She was the most supportive and sweetest Lady no matter what challenges she faced. She never missed a game or event the boys were participating in. I always admired her kindness and patience. Rest In Peace My Friend

Michèlr Graves-Rivers

September 8, 2020

Peter, Patrick and Kevin,
Your mom was such a nice lady and always welcoming. Although I have not seen her in years . My condolences go out to you guy’s and your families.

Deepest Sympathy,
Michèle Graves-Rivers

Kathaleen Brugel

September 8, 2020

Ann was a wonderful friend. She had many interests and enjoyed spending time with others, laughing and enjoying life. She will be missed


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