Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery

570 East Highland Ave, San Bernardino, CA


Edward Michael Neal Jr.

February 23, 1947November 23, 2019

Edward Michael Neal was born on February 23, 1947 and passed away on November 23, 2019.


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019


Edward Michael Neal Jr.

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Susan Neal

December 3, 2019

I am lost for words, maybe because of the time we spent together or from the time we didn't. The life lessons learned will go unsaid. I am a better person because of you.

To share...Thinking back, best memories, watching you drive by braille on our truck run and of course sitting in the back seat of the crew cab with our helmets on the way home from Glamis. Had to be there to understand ...lol

May you find peace. Until we meet again,

Your daughter,

Cathy Neal

December 3, 2019

I want to TU my husband Ed Neal for loving me and giving me-- our beautiful family. I am so proud of everyone of our kids, & all of our grandchildren and I will love everyone of you- - - till my dieing day.

Elwin and Pam Westbrook

December 3, 2019

We are saddened to hear of Ed’s passing. We shared many good memories over the years. Our condolences to his family.

Gregg and Becky Sharp

December 2, 2019

Ed was our neighbor for the past 33 years. We have many fond memories of Ed on holidays such as the 4th of July shooting fireworks off, swimming and have such good times. He was always willing to lend a helping hand when we needed one. Now, as we look across the street we miss seeing him gardening or puttering in his garage. The neighborhood just isn't the same without him. We will miss him. We wish the Neal family our deepest condolences.

edward neal

December 1, 2019

Edward Michael Neal Jr. was a loved, father, husband, and grandpa. He was a very hardworking man from a young age. Everyone remembers the love he had for his cigarettes and Budweisers. Ed appreciated his time with his son Edward Neal III going to NHRA Races and racing his super stock cars. He also enjoyed his time with family and friends while going to Glamis and driving his yellow buggy. He would always have the biggest bon fires in Glamis, but that also led to him always having his metal fire barrel lit everyday while he sat in his backyard to watch TV. He was a wise man with many talents, for example, building engines was something he was self educated in. He passed down most of his knowledge to both of his sons. But as much as he loved his family, he loved his animals just about as much. The care he gave for these animals was unbelievable. They were like his best friends. Behind all his soft spots and the hard head he was he never lost sight of him or his family. No matter the situation he would always be there. He was just one phone call away. One of his biggest milestones was his self owned business, Ed Neal Trucking, it was a very successful business that he enjoyed running with his son. But one thing was this man wouldn't go anywhere without a clean looking truck or car. Also he was always doing some type of yard work weather it was pulling weeds, planting and new tree, or just remodeling the whole thing, he loved his yard. But today we remember him for who and what he was and now he is all of our beautiful guardian angel. Our beloved father, husband, and grandpa may seem far but he is most defiantly always here with us. As long as our hearts remember our angel, and as long as our hearts still care, we do not really part with those we love, they're always with us everywhere.