Jeffrey A.
McNeill, Jeffrey Alan Greece, NY Passed away January 16th, 2010 at the age of 51 after a courageous battle with cancer. Jeff is a graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School and received an Associate’s Degree from Monroe Community College. He was employed by Independent Living for Seniors. Predeceased by father Kenneth McNeill, he is survived by daughter Megan and son Tom; mother Mary McNeill (Carl) Ott; sister Lisa (Richard) Clement; brother Glenn (Kelly) McNeill; niece Christina (Christopher) Tanski; and nieces and nephews Allison and Ryan McNeill, Alexander and Anna Maria Tanski, all of whom brought fun and laughter into our homes. Special thanks to Dr. Prad Phatak and PA Adrienne and to Lifetime Care nurse Kathy D’Ettorre. Friends may call Tuesday, January 19th, 4-7 pm at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Rochester, NY, 14626. A memorial service will follow at 7 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) or the Amyloidosis Support Groups. Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) 383 Main Avenue, 5th Floor Norwalk, CT 06851 www.themmrf.org 203.229.0464 Amyloidosis Support Groups Inc. 232 Orchard Drive Wood Dale, IL 60191 www.amyloidosissupport.com 866.404.7539

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  1. A week has gone by and I miss him so much. I miss the way he could always make me laugh. I miss seeing him act silly with my kids. I miss the way he told everyone in our family that he loved them. I miss seeing the pride he had in his eyes for Megan and Tom. I miss the hugs he gave.

  2. Glenn and Family,
    I am sadden to hear of your loss. I’ll be praying for you and your extended family. It is not easy to understand why life unfolds that way it does, but we can hang onto the hope that in the long run it will make sense for us.
    Neal Flint

  3. I am saddened by Jeffs passing and
    want you to know that he will be missed as among the very best drivers ILS has.

    As a community health nurse here, I worked with Jeff and always found him to be helpful, with a smile on his face, and a conscientious member of our team.

    We will him.

  4. I had the pleasure of working with Jeff during his years at Independent Living for Seniors. He was very kind and patient while transporting his bus full of seniors. Many requested that they only ride with Jeff. His bus will surely be overflowing in Heaven.

  5. I knew Jeff in the mid 70’s. Myself, Terry and Billy use to hang out all the time. We went skiing every weekend and had many great times. We even worked together at Loews Theater while in High School. I remember fantastic times and wish we had stayed in touch all these years. I am so sorry for your loss, But I will always remember his smile and laugh.
    God Bless
    Joy Barlow (Waterstraat)

  6. I met Mr. McNeill when he helped me move into my first apartment. From then on I knew that if I truly needed anything when I was so far away from home that he would help in any way he could. He was a loving and attentive father and I know he will be missed. All of his great qualities live in Megan and Tom and my heart goes out to the entire McNeill family in this tough time.

  7. I used to work with Jeff at National Ambulance. He was a wonderful person to work with and had a great sense of humor. I will sadly miss not seing his happy face and smile here at ILS. My heart goes out to Jeff’s family.

  8. It is with great sadness I am writing this upon learning of Jeff’s passing. Many memories will always remain with me of growing up together, experiencing the adventures of youth and sharing our thoughts and dreams of the future. My deepest sympathy goes out to Glenn, Lisa, Mrs. M, Megan and Tom.

  9. Jeff was a very kind man. He always took time to ask how my family was. Jeff will be greatly missed by staff and participants of ILS. There are many sad hearts at work today.

  10. Jeff was the first smiling face I met at ILS serveral years ago. Always joking, the participants loved him. The world has lost a great man, compassionate and caring. Rare qualities to find these days. Sympathy to the children, and family.

  11. Megan, Tom & family…I’m very sorry for your loss. Jeff was a wonderful kind man,who will be missed. He was one of the first people I met when I moved to Charlene Drive. My prayers & thoughts are with all of you.

  12. My loving thoughts are with you all at this time…Jeff was such a lovely and gentle man…so pleasant to all he came in contact with…I feel lucky to have known him.

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