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Thomas  Mcneill

Thomas Mcneill

Tuesday, January 13th, 1959 - Monday, October 7th, 2019
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On Monday, October 7, 2019, Thomas Guy McNeill, loving husband and dedicated father, passed away at the age of 60.

Tom was born on January 13, 1959 in San Diego, California. He was a high school and college athlete and attended Grossmont College. He worked for Bank of America as a young man, as his father did. There he met his wife, Karen McNeill. On December 9, 1982 they were married and raised two sons, Justin and Brandon. Tom later worked in construction and development for many years, which led him to commercial real estate.

Tom was an outdoorsman, gardener, sports fan, lover of labradors, grill master, breakfast chef, and builder of stairs. He spent a lifetime of weekends working on house and yard projects with Karen. He will be fondly remembered as the epitome of a family man. He loved his family more than there are stars in the sky. As the patriarch, he fiercely loved his entire family and was fiercely loved in return.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents; Arthur and Jacqueline McNeill. He is survived by his wife Karen; sons Justin and Brandon, daughter-in laws Brittany and Kelly, and proud Papa to grandsons Liam and Finley. Tom is the only brother to three sisters; Robynn, Pamela and Karen. He is survived by a wonderful family including his Uncle Charles, nephews, nieces, cousins, as well as other family, close friends and co-workers. His beautiful life will be forever cherished in the hearts of loved ones.

The McNeill Family extends a sincere thank you and deep gratitude for all the expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness shown during this difficult time of bereavement.

In lieu of flowers, please offer a donation to the UCSD, Future of Care Fund F-3545, towards support of burn victims and their families.

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Please visit giveto.ucsd.edu.
Scroll down to the “Explore More Giving Options Bar,” enter the fund number 3545, and select Future of Care Fund.
Enter your gift amount and check the box “My Gift is in Honor/Memory” and then check the box “In Memory Of.”
Enter the name “Tom McNeill” in the box that appears.
Click on “Next: Your Info” at the bottom of the screen and proceed through the next two pages to complete the donation.

Mailing a Check
Please include the fund number F-3545 and “In Memory of Tom McNeill” in a note or on the memo line of the check.
Please include the following note with the check:
Attn: Robynn M. Losee
240 Edgewood Dr.
Pacifica, CA 94044
Address the envelope and mail donation to:

Annual Giving c/o Nate Wilbanks
9500 Gilman Drive #0937
La Jolla, CA 92092-0937
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Marshall Lozier

Posted at 07:28pm
I can't believe Tom is gone he always made my days full when he came by the farm .He had the best smile and laugh . I will truly miss Tom and our time together. He was one of the best . love to you all and all his family. Marshall and Sheryl Lozier
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