O'NEIL (HAROLD FRANCIS)
My beloved and loving husband of 52 years. Precious father of Brodie and Blake. Father-in-law of Talitha. Loving grandad of Danae, Saskia and Maggie, who all have different personalities and are treasured. Harry had a fantastic memory and vast general knowledge. We had many wonderful friends in WA, interstate and overseas. Harry was a respected pilot and trained many pilots for 62 years, this played a huge part in his life. We also loved taking our sons camping and going bush. We have fantastic memories of many friends and other family members. My heart and God fly with you.
In loving memory of Harry O'Neil. Harry was a great father and grandad to Danae, Saskia and Maggie. Harry was a pilot for all his adult life in a career that defined him. His career took him around Australia and overseas. Blake and I were extremely fortunate to travel as children and Dad was also involved with helping at our school with rowing and coaching briefly. Dad will be sorely missed by our family and a huge circle of friends he made during his life. Love from Brodie and Talitha, Danae and Saskia. Cheers and black beers.
In memory of my Dad who was a loving grandfather to my daughter Maggie and a great friend to my Sondra. We have a lot to live up to. Hanger door is closed.
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I first met Harry in 1970 when I was Carnarvon base manager of Murchison Airline Services. I remember Harry passing through Carnarvon on numerous occasions for en route refuelling as in those days, he was mainly flying Piper Navajos. In later years, we crossed paths when he was flying for Skywest and I was flying for Flightways Air Service. Harry was a respected airman and held in high esteem throughout the aviation community. He was also a popular personality amongst all.
While I express my condolences to the family for their unfortunate loss, I also send my best wishes and sincere compliments them all.
Rest in Peace Harry, I will always remember racing peanuts in our beer glasses in the bar at the Hedland airport terminal back in the 70/80,'s.
Our deepest sympathies for your family.
Ex Transwest/ Skywest engineer Pt Hedland
O'NEIL HAROLD (HARRY)
Very much loved eldest son of Betty and Harold (both dec). Dearly loved brother of John, Maree, Phillip (dec), Kathryn, Rob (dec), Carmel, Mike, Joe, Carolyn, Redmond and Lesley. Much loved uncle of Jarrod, Sascha, Maree, Joshua, Chanel, Schiane, Paige, Jacob, Lauren, Marisa, Alana and Emily. We all have our special memories of Harry's infectious laugh, his incredible mind and of an inspiring aviator who left a legacy. We were blessed to have you as our brother, uncle and friend.
Our loving sympathy to Pat, Brodie, Blake and families.
Cheers and black beers.
Our sincere condolences to Pat, Brodie, Blake and Harry's family. We will treasure special memories of a very long friendship and Harry and Pat's visits to Tasmania.
Peter (Gutterbolt), Carolyn and the Gutteridge family, Tasmania and in England. Cheers and black beers!
It is with sadness to have learned of the passing of Capt. O'Neil, a great friend and a noted excellent pilot.
Deep condolences to Pat, Brodie, Blake and families. Len Paggi
Heartfelt condolences to Pat, Brodie, Blake and families on the passing of Harry. A long time friend of the Bell family and will be fondly remembered.
Kevin, Margaret, Anthony, Gemma and Michael
O'NEIL HAROLD Fond memories of our sixty year friendship.
Deepest sympathy to Pat and family.
Ed and Gabrielle
O'NEIL CAPT. HARRY Members of the Old Fliers Group sadly farewell a friend. Condolences to Pat and family.
O'NEIL HARRY The one and only Big Ted, Teddles, HAL or Bargie, as his legion of admiring pilots and adoring cabin crew knew him, has taken off on his last flight. He was a sincere, wonderful friend and the ultimate professional aviator who will be greatly missed but who leaves many wonderful memories. Sincere condolences to Pat, Brodie, Blake and families and the O'Neil "rentacrowd", as Harry called them, from Alwyn, Emma, Anna and James Adkins. Fly high, Harry.
O'NEIL CAPTAIN HARRY Captain and Commander - an inspiration to all with intellect and wit unmatched.
Fond memories of early flying days in the Pilbara and a life long stellar career. The smile said it all. Deepest sympathy to Pat and all the family.
Hugh and Fiona Davin