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MARK WILLIAM O'NEIL

June 18, 1959 — June 7, 2020

MARK WILLIAM O'NEIL

Mark W. O’Neil, of Pembroke, born June 18, 1959, passed away peacefully on June 7, 2020 after a
long and courageous battle with hereditary amyloidosis. Mark was raised in Winchester, the son of
Rita (Devlin) O’Neil of Winchester, Mass and the late William O’Neil. He was the beloved
husband of 33 years to Jacqueline (Dwyer), devoted father of Daniel of Somerville, Dillon of
Pembroke and Alea (PFC) of Bethesda, Maryland. Mark was the brother of David O’Neil of
Topsham, Maine, Elizabeth Ciampa, of West Yarmouth, Mass, and Jeffrey O’Neil of Andover,
Mass. Uncle and Great-Uncle to many. He was a much-loved brother-in-law to Julie O’Neil, Laura
O’Neil, Antonio Ciampa, Kathleen Dwyer, the late Maureen Milton, Susan Radin, the late Rick
Radin, John Dwyer and Kevin Dwyer.
Mark was very passionate about everything that he did. He always put his whole heart into all of
his work. Mark was a lover of trains, motorcycles and classic cars. His favorite job was working for
many years at Harley Davidson with people to customize their dream motorcycles. He was an avid
and devoted fan of the New England Patriots. One of Mark’s favorite hobbies was brewing beer
and ales. Mark loved reading and learning about history.
Services for Mark will be private. He will be buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Scituate, MA, A
celebration of Mark’s life will be held in the future.
As an expression of sympathy, donations can be made to a charity of your choice or to the
AMYLOIDOSIS SUPPORT GROUPS, 232 Orchard Drive
Wood Dale, IL 60191 https://www.amyloidosissupport.org/donations_form.html?fbclid=IwAR1LOCtvv9-
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