Mrs. Alice “Jean” Wheeler O’Neal
Published 5:36 pm Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Mrs. Alice “Jean” Wheeler O’Neal of 23700 U.S. Highway 264, Swan Quarter, died Monday, August 6, 2007, at her home.
Born in Arvonia, Virginia, March 5, 1931, she was the daughter of the late William and Rosa Wheeler.
Mrs. O’Neal worked as a register with the Mattamuskeet Lodge and the New Holland post office. She was a member of the Swan Quarter Baptist Church. She was married to the late Thomas Gregory O‘Neal who preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held at the Swan Quarter Baptist Church, Friday at 11 a.m. with Mark Morgan officiating, burial will follow in Soule Cemetery.
She was a full time Christian wife, mother, mema and homemaker, with her sweet God like spirit she was her families helping hand, who gave of herself to help her sisters, brothers and their families in times of births, illnesses and death.
She was the kindest and most generous person, always bearing a smile. She was not one in a million but one in a lifetime. We are all so very blessed to have been loved by her. She will be truly missed, but her gentle spirit lives on in each life that was touched by her.
One daughter; Alison Potter and husband, Kenneth of Swan Quarter; One son: George Stanley Lee of Chesapeake, Virginia; Three brothers: William Wayt Wheeler Jr., Walter Fletcher “Buddy” Wheeler, Joseph Aubrey Wheeler; Seven sisters: Dorothy Virginia W. Cahoon, Ella Mae W. Lupton, Marjorie Elizabeth W. Alexander, Eleanor Ruth W. Swindell, Evelyn Maxine W. Wise, Joyce Faye W. Carawan, Marian Rose W. Carawan; Two grandchildren: Gregory Eric Potter, Kyle Wayte Potter; Several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a sister Doris Christine W. Jernigan
The family will receive friends, on Thursday evening, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bryan Funeral Service in Swan Quarter.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Swan Quarter Baptist Church fellowship hall fund, P.O Box 39 Swan Quarter, NC 27885
Arrangements by Bryan Funeral Service in Swan Quarter, NC.
Online sympathy expressions may be sent to www.bryanfs.com