Death of a Classmate - PX O'Neill

PAUL XAVIER O'NEILL (PX), Lieutenant, USNR (RET), spent ten years in the active reserve, after leaving the Class of 1954 at the U. S. Naval Academy. He resigned as Commanding Officer CB-113 Boston, Massachusetts in 1964 to start his own business (PX Engineering Co. Inc.) designing and building major components for nuclear power plants worldwide. PX completed continuing education in Advanced Power Plant Technology, Georgia Tech; Nuclear Fuel Management, MIT and Nuclear Components, Ohio State. He taught engineering at University of Massachusetts, Lowell. In June 1991, PX was inducted as Commodore USNI on board the USS Constitution, moored in Boston Harbor. PX was a trustee of the USN Institute Foundation. He leaves two sisters, Althea and Rita, a daughter, Lorena Watt, and two sons, Paul X., Jr., and Peter X.. PX and his dear wife, Phyllis had been married almost fifty years. She predeceased him (in 2003), as did his two brothers, Bob and Eugene, at a later time. PX passed away on 25 September in Ft. Lauderdale from pneumonia, and was surrounded by his children and his loving companion, Eva Lyons. His funeral was held at St. Pius Roman Catholic Church, Ft. Lauderdale on 2 October 2007. His burial place is next to his wife, Phyllis, in Lynnfield, Massachusetts.
Visitation - Monday 1 October 1400-1600 and 1800-2000 at Kracer Funeral Homes and Cremation Center
4061 N. Federal Highway (954-565-5591)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308 and
the Funeral will be held at:
St. Pius Roman Catholic Church at 1000 Tuesday, 2 October
2500 NE 33rd Avenue, (954-564-1763)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305

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