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James O'Neill

April 3, 1941 - August 21, 2020

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Jim Patrick O’Neill, aged 79, passed away peacefully on Friday August 21st, 2020 at Cowichan District Hospital. He is survived by his son Darin, daughter Lana, stepsons Jeff, Keith, and Kevin and his granddaughter Madison (Maddy) whom he loved dearly.

Jim will be remembered by his charismatic personality, his kindness towards others and his willingness to always give a helping hand. Jim had a love for the great outdoors, including fishing, gold panning and hunting. He will be missed but never forgotten.

We love you Dad.

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From: H.W. Wallace Cremation & Burial Centre

H.W. Wallace Cremation and Burial Centre Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Don Maxwell
Relation: Friend

Jim was simply a prince of a guy.
He will be missed dearly…
Don & Ruth-Marie Maxwell

From: Bob&Ann Mollet
Relation: friend and neighbour

Jim – our always happy and helpful neighbour. We will miss Jim at Creekside Village.

From: Geoff and Helen Millar
Relation: Neighbours

Jim will be missed. He was very kind and caring person; and he was amazing when it came to many projects (big and small) around Creekside Condos. This is very sad news. Sending our condolences to Jim’s family.

From: LinQueenda Stephen/Ron Mc
Relation: Friend at Creekside Village

Our deepest sympathies to all the family.. Lana and Maddy, we are so sorry. Your Dad and Grandpa was an amazing man. There isn’t anything he wouldn’t do for you. He loved you dearly and was always talking about “His Maddy”.He was such a good friend. We will miss him dearly. Ron has lost a good friend as have I and I am sure going to miss those big hugs. We have so many good memories and will always remember him for his kind and giving nature

From: Christine Bennett
Relation: Neighbour

My sincere condolences to the family of Jim O’Neill. He was a really lovely person. Always cheerful and ready to help everybody. He really loved his family. I used to enjoy talking to him about his summer ‘quest for gold’. He will be sadly missed.

From: Cindy Beaton
Relation: Jim was my aunt's neighbour

Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Jim. I am so so sad to hear this news. My elderly aunt, Renee Griffiths, lived 2 doors down from Jim; she knew him for about 20 years. I just can’t say enough about Jim’s kindness, always willing to lend a hand whenever asked. He always inquired about Renee’s well-being without ever mentioning his own trials. He was a sweet, gentle, caring man who will be greatly missed. Jim was so helpful whenever I needed a tool or had any questions about the condo. The world desperately needs more people like him. You all must be truly proud to be related to him. I’m very sad.

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