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Neil Little

September 08, 1951 - February 07, 2014


5-7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo.

9-10:00 A.M. on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church, Fargo.

Prayer Service:

7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

Funeral Mass:  10:00 A.M. on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at Sts. Anne and Joachim Catholic Church, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Neil Little

September 08, 1951 - February 07, 2014


Neil Little, 62, Fargo, passed away on Friday, February 7, 2014.

Neil Albert Little was born to Ethel and Forrest Little on September 8, 1951. Raised on a small dairy farm in Wyndmere, North Dakota, Neil and his two sisters learned the values of integrity, faith in God and the value of hard work from their loving parents.

As a young man, Neil loved the outdoors. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and sports shooter, who enjoyed exploring the history of firearms with his muzzleloader friends and beloved uncle, Rudy. In 1980, Neil married Mona, the love of his life. Theirs was a story of abiding devotion, forged by the hopes, joys, triumphs and tragedies shared during 33 years of selfless marriage. With Mona by his side, Neil built his life in Fargo, raising four children in the Fargo Catholic Schools network while making his mark in the used medical equipment business. The key to Neil’s success was simple: people trusted him, because he was a man of honesty and character. He cared deeply for his coworkers and those he served, making numerous friends throughout the country.

While Neil proved to be an outstanding salesman, his true passion in life was found at home. In countless homework sessions, gymnastic shows, softball games, and all sorts of other activities that occupy the busy life of an affectionate father, Neil lived for his family. The example he set as a father and spouse is the great inheritance he leaves to his children.

To summarize the achievements of a life so well lived in such a short space usually borders on the impossible. But Neil was a simple man, so simple words befit his legacy: Neil loved his family. He loved his work. He loved his Church. But above all, he loved his wife, and he worked tirelessly to provide a future worthy of the life they shared together.

Neil leaves behind wife Mona, daughters Mckensie, Alexandra and Madison, his son Logan, his mother Ethel, and sisters, Linda and Kay (and Brody).

Neil is preceded in death by his father, Bud Little, and his two beautiful sons, Joshua and Samuel, who’ve received their daddy with a joy we cannot know…in a place where all tears will be wiped away. 


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80 responses to “Neil Little”

  1. Trisha and John Cyr says:

    Fargo ND
    We are so sorry to hear of Neil. We were out of the country last week and weren’t able to attend the funeral, but we are praying for all of you. Still so shocking….. Mona we are just down the street and are always here for you.
    Our deepest condolences and we will always remember the kindness Neil (and your whole family) have shown to the neighborhood.
    Trish, John, Cy and Victor

  2. Tom Lenzmeier says:

    Horace ND
    Dear Mona and Family,

    Suzanne & I are deeply saddened by Neil’s passing. We are praying for all of you as you suffer the loss of your husband, father, son and brother.

    I am richly blessed to have had the opportunity to know & work with Neil. I have admired and respected him since I first met him, just over 25 years ago. Through the years of really getting to know him, I came to love him, seeing him as the ultimate example that every man should strive for. He was bigger than life – the ultimate husband, father, role model, provider & friend. He always put others ahead of himself. I have always been amazed by Neil and his ability to balance all aspects of life so well, and I have always admired and respected him for always putting his family first. I will miss Neil for the rest of my days.

    I am certain that at the moment his soul departed Earth, Neil heard our Lord and Savior Jesus’ voice call to him: “Enter in, my good and faithful servant.”

    Your strength and faith are beautiful examples for all who know you… a strength and faith that can only come from our Lord Jesus Christ. May God bless you and comfort you in this time of loss and suffering.

    With love,
    Tom & Suzanne

  3. Wayne Howard says:

    Moorhead MN
    Dear Mona: Our hearts and prayers go out to you all. I am so sorry for your loss.

  4. Wayne Howard says:

    Neil and I go back a long ways. He was my best friend an business partner for 40 years. We started working together at Nodak Store in 1973. My thoughts and prayers our with you all. He will be missed.

  5. Mike Balakonis says:

    Doral FLMy heart, condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Neil Little. I was a business associate of Neil’s for over 20 years. I’ll always remember him as individual whose integrity was beyond reproach. I can honestly say that Neil influenced me in many positive ways and it was an honor knowing him. I’m sure that for everyone who knew Neil, he will forever be missed and never forgotten.

    Mike Balakonis

  6. Marcia C. Gums says:

    Jamestown ND
    Logan – So sorry for the loss of your father. May the Lord bless and keep you and yours. Marcia

  7. Alison Fortin says:

    Dover New HampshireI am so sorry to hear about your loss.
    I enjoyed working with Neil over the years. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.

  8. Janice Rybaski says:

    Pierz MN
    Mona and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Although I never really got to know your family personally, I learned a lot from your Mom.
    Roger and I wish that we could have been there for you, but with teaching, I wasn’t able to make it.
    Please feel the hugs and hear the prayers that we have sent your way.
    Jeanne gave me your phone number, so expect a call from me one day.
    Take care and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Thinking of you this day.
    Love, Janice and Roger

  9. monica mohs says:

    With prayers and heartfelt condolences

  10. Breck Von Bank says:

    Logan and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Breck Von Bank

  11. Ed Gay says:

    Houston TXMy thoughts and prayers to all family and friends. Neil is a truly great man and inspiration to everyone he interacted with. He will be missed.

  12. Clyde Strand says:

    Grand Forks North Dakota
    Mona and family

    I am so sorry for your loss. I had the enjoyment of working with Neil starting at Narco and all these years. Neil and I had lunch together and then dropped off equipment Friday. I am so saddened and so sorry. Neil touched so many people and is a special person. Neil will be missed. My prayers and thoughts will always be will be with you and your family.

  13. Myles & Maureen Vosberg says:

    Bismarck Mona, Ethel, and families,

    We planned to attend the service today, but the weather didn’t cooperate. Sorry we could not be there.

    I have so many memories of growing up with Neil – family events, holidays, or just enjoying a Sunday afternoon of hunting or football. You have our deepest sympathies.


  14. Erin Tournoux says:

    I met Neil through my business relationship with him almost 10 years ago. Neil was a person of great integrity, pride in his work and passion for his family. Over the past several years I had the honor of getting to know Neil, heard him speak so highly of his family and was able to share stories of mine. It is rare to develop professional relationships with people that change the landscape of what you do, and Neil was definitely one of them. He has defined the meaning of integrity. Neil you will be missed my friend.

    Thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.

    Erin Tournoux

  15. Carmen (Gryskiewicz) & Shaun beauclair says:

    Stephen MnWe are so very sorry to hear of your tragic loss of your husband/father, Neil. Words cannot express our sympathy to you and your family, but know that he misses you all as much as you miss him but he is holding your boys, standing by his father Budand your father and John. You are all in our prayers.

  16. Jeff Hoss says:

    I will miss my friend immensely. I will always remember golf outings with Neil and David Carlson at Wildflower. What a wonderful man and friend. A friendship I will never forget.

  17. marjorie triebold says:

    valley city ndKay and family,So very sorry to read of your brother’ passing.Please accept our sincere sympathy,Love,Don and Marjorie Triebold

  18. Mike Balakonis says:

    Doral FLMy heart, condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Neil Little. I was a business associate of Neil’s for over 20 years. I’ll always remember him as individual whose integrity was beyond reproach. I can honestly say that Neil influenced me in many positive ways and it was an honor knowing him. I’m sure that for everyone who knew Neil, he will forever be missed and never forgotten.

    Mike Balakonis

  19. Ken Schumacher says:

    Highlands Ranch COMona and Family,

    I extend my prayers and sympathies to you and your family. I have known Neil since the fall of 1969 at ND
    SSS. After graduation, we met again as competitors in the medical industry in Fargo. Neil’s character, integrity, and honesty always exemplified how Neil lived his life. He will be missed.

  20. Mark and Liz Thelen Family says:

    An exceptional man who will be greatly missed.

  21. Nova Edinger says:

    Fargo ND
    Mona & Family
    I was so sorry to hear about your loss. Your family was one of my favorite customers when I owned Luna Coffee for 7 years and moved on to owning Pizza Ranch. Your family was always so kind and thoughtful. I always enjoyed visiting with Alex and Maddie (sweet girls) beautiful young ladies today. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Nova Edinger and Family

  22. Nat Geissel says:

    North Liberty IAI was extremely saddened to learn of Neil’s sudden passing. Neil and I worked closely together when Topline Medical joined DMS Health Technologies. Neil’s honesty and ethics in business and life were the greatest asset he brought to our business. His humor brought joy to many a conversation. I still fondly remember his dairy cattle “butter fat” vs. quota parable and how I still use that story today.

    My thoughts and prayers to Mona and the family.

  23. George Fraza says:

    Harwood North Dakota
    Mona and Family
    I met Neil when I started work at DMS Topline. I was new to both Fargo and DMS. He immediately befriended me. After just a few months here my wife was diagnosed with cancer. Neil and Mona were there for both my wife and I. They helped me through the most difficult time of my life. I am forever in their debt for their support and comfort they offered us. Mona, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to you and your family.

  24. Mike and char Manstrom says:

    Bismarck ND
    we are sorry for your loss- Neil was always great guy, char enjoyed working with him when he visited her hospital and i enjoyed growing up with neil

  25. Lucille Haugen Wade says:

    Moorhead Minnesota
    My sympathies to Neil’s family. That is one cool photo of Neil. Thanks for choosing it. It made me smile with memories from Wyndmere High School.

    Lucille Haugen Wade
    Class of ’69

  26. Vijay and Anu Gaba says:

    Fargo ND
    Dear Mona and family,
    Our deepest sympathies to your whole family. I have known Neil for the last 8 years, and I can truly say that he was one of the most kind-hearted and open minded person I have met. He respected and befriended people of all cultures and backgrounds and I admired him for that. He was a great source of support and inspiration to me when I started running in Fargo. Later on, my whole family came to know him and got to treasure his friendship. We will truly miss him.

  27. Connie Kappel says:

    Fargo ND
    Mona and family, So saddened to hear of your loss. May you faith, family and wonderful memories help you through this difficult time. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  28. Owen and Amy LaRue says:

    Eden Prairie MN
    Our hearts are broken now that Neil has left this world. He surely is in God’s hands. I knew Neil for 37 years and was his partner at TopLine Medical. What a fortunate experience — and what an example. Neil was a wonderful family man, energetic, honest, and optimistic in business. His reputation is legend. He will be missed and remembered by so many. Our prayers go out to Mona and family.

  29. Phil and Charlene Evenson says:

    Prescott Valley AZ
    Brad Sawyer, married to MacKenzie, is our nephew. Our prayers are with your whole family during this sad time. He sounds like he was a very special person!

  30. Chuck Hendricks says:

    Fargo To Linda and Neil’s Family…

    my sincere condolences to all of you with the sudden and tragic loss of Neil! Our prayers are with you.

    Chuck Hendricks

  31. Doug & Joyce Muehlberg says:

    Greenfield MassachusettsMona, Ethel and family, So sad to hear of your loss. Neil was a great classmate, friend and roommate. He was a one of the most solid guys I knew, someone who could always be counted on. He had countless friends and will be missed by everyone who had the opportunity to meet him and get to know him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you through this most difficult time.

    Doug & Joyce Muehlberg

  32. Vanessa Heuvelman says:

    Houston, TexasWith Deepest Sympathy for your loss. In the year here at US Med Equip I was able to converse with Neil on several occasions be it through email, phone or even when he came here to the Support
    Center. What an honor to have met him and work with him even from a distance. I pray that God will strenghten you and give you comfort throughout the difficult times ahead.
    Prayers for all of you!

  33. Pattie Peraza (a co-worker of Neils) says:

    To the Family of Neil: No words can express how sorry I am for your loss! What a beautiful person Neil was! A true man of character. I used to work with Neil at DMS/Topline and felt honored to call him a friend at the end of the day. What a great smile he had! I will think of him often. God bless you all! May you find peace and comfort…..

  34. Clarence Bastle says:

    Fargo ND
    My sincerest sympathy, Your neighbor and friend, Clarence Bastle

  35. Bill & Pat Emo says:

    Brooksville FloridaMona and family,

    Words cannot express the sorrow we feel for your loss. We feel blessed to have known and enjoyed Neil’s friendship.
    May God bless you and keep you in his care, now and in the days to come.

  36. Guy Petrik says:

    Fort Myers FLDear Mona and family,
    My deepest sympathy on your loss. I knew and worked with Neil over the past 35 years and he is one of the finest human beings I’ve ever met. There was no equivocation in Neil’s honesty, integrity, fearlessness and strong character and he never failed to make me laugh. His devotion and love for his family was so apparent when we would talk about our gymnastic daughters. To me, Neil is the true definition of a great man, and I will miss him along with everyone he touched.

  37. Allyn and Lori Thompson says:

    Grand Forks North Dakota
    We are so sorry for your loss. Allyn says good by to a dear friend,,,,our pray are with the family..Even though we have not seen him for years we remember the good times we had in the past

  38. Steve Keller says:

    Mona & Family

    No, the world will not be the same without Neil. Whoever was fortunate enough to meet Neil knew instantly that his honesty and integrity were two of his many strong attributes. Then once you saw him smile and hear his heartfelt laughter, you knew instantly this guy named Neil was a one in a million. He was the kind of friend who would literally give you the shirt off his back if you asked. Neil and I worked with each other for many years for the same company (Narco). Every year all the other branches would strive to do better than the team of Louie, Al, and Neil in the Fargo branch of Narco. They were always a force to be reckoned with.

    Mona and family: People will always come and go in our life, and now Neil is gone. Memories, however, will last us a lifetime, and while thinking of Neil it will always bring a smile to your face and a warm feeling in your hearts. Your family was so blessed to have spent all of those quality years together with each other.

  39. Al and Karen Breuer says:

    Bismarck, ND
    / Eloy, Az Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Al and Karen(Puetz) Breuer

  40. Curt and Laurel Robertson says:

    Mora MN
    We were so saddened to hear of this tragedy and your loss. We are praying that the love of God, family and friends will lift you up and carry you through the difficult days ahead. There are many praying for you all. You are in our thoughts. Love, Curt and Laurel

  41. Jo zyork says:

    Eagan MnWhat a beautiful obituary! How blessed was I too to have known and enjoyed his friendship…the passing of a very special member of our ‘legion’ club. Jo York

  42. Tom Andersson says:

    LAKEWOOD OhioOur hearts go out to the Little’s, while we only spent a short time with Neil, my daughter April and I will never forget the friendship extended by him and Alex.

  43. Kelly D.L. says:

    Fargo ND
    Prayers. So so sorry for your loss.

  44. Ray and Pat Meier says:

    Fargo ND
    Our hearts break for you after hearing of Neil’s sudden and tragic death. He was a dear friend and loved his family so much. We will miss him, too, and want you to know that we will pray for him and all of you in the weeks ahead. Take comfort in knowing he is with Joshua and Samuel now. How thrilled they must have been to see their Daddy! Logan, your words painted a perfect picture of your Dad for all of us. Thanks for that. Mona, no matter what you need we will be happy to try to help.
    Ray and Pat

  45. Christy Boeddeker says:

    Hillsboro ND
    My thoughts and prayers are with Neil and the family. You don’t know me but, I’m Cathy Kruse’s twin sister. Cathy passed away in 1988. You were so good to my mom. You sent her flowers every year for sometime on the anniversary of Cathy’s death. Mom really loved when she got the flowers. Mom has passed away also (2007). My faith is very strong Catholic like Cathy’s was. God be with you all. Christy

  46. Pat, Holly and Liz Heintzman says:

    Fargo ND
    Mona and family,
    We are saddened beyond words on the news of Neil’s passing. Our most heartfelt condolences to you, Mckenzie, Logan Alex and Maddie. We are all truly blessed to have had Neil in our lives and will cherish the memory of all those hours spent at sporting events throughout the years, cheering on our girls, and sharing all the laughter. Prayers and love to you all,
    Pat, Holly and Liz

  47. Michael Dirr says:

    Louisville KYTo The Little Family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss.
    Neil was one of the very best men in our business. He was always a pleasure to deal with and extremely honest. He was a wonderful man and I will miss him.

    Know that I am praying for you.

    Mike Dirr

  48. Karen Foertsch says:

    Medical Lake WashingtonMona and family,

    We are so sorry for your loss.
    Neil and I grew up and went to school together, as our families lived only a few miles apart in the country. I have lots of good memories of times when we did things together. Please know that our prayers are with you.

    Cousin Karen and Ken Foertsch

  49. Dwight and Barb Kuebler says:

    Mona thinking of you!!

  50. Mark and Terri Brenner and family says:

    Fargo ndDear Mona and family,

    We are so saddened to hear of Neil’s death. He was an exceptional guy and we will miss him as a friend. We are holding your family in prayer during this difficult time. Hugs and love, The Brenners

  51. Mary & Earl Strande says:

    Fergus Falls MN
    Dear Mona & family,

    We are so sorry for your loss.
    Neal was a school classmate of mine from Wyndmere. Please accept our deepest sympathy.

    Mary & Earl

  52. mark conrad says:

    Stockton CaliforniaDear Little Family,

    I have know Neil for only a short time and when i heard the news tears came to my eyes.
    I will miss his friendship dearly.
    My heart goes out to each and every family member.
    Rest in Peace Neil!

  53. Mike and Karen Hofer says:

    Fargo North Dakota
    Words cannot express our sorrow in the loss of your husband and father. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Neil was a very fine man.

  54. Mike Davies says:

    Lehi UtahI never met Neil face to face, but I have known him for more than ten years. I always knew that if Neil said it, it was etched in stone. I hope to be remembered with half as much respect as Neil as earned from those who knew him. So until we do meet in person in the presence of our Creator, I will remember and try to emulate his integrity.

  55. Esther Mertes says:

    Mesa AZ
    We are terribly sorry to hear of Neil’s passing. Know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Esther Puetz Mertes
    Al and Connie (Mauch) Brandt

  56. Chuck Carter says:

    Olathe Mona and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. I worked with Neil at Narco and met you at Tahoe on one of the award trips. I recently reconnected with Neil as we are in a similar business and enjoyed rehashing old times. I thought the world of Neil. He was one of the great ones.
    Chuck, Sharon and Bree Carter

  57. Jerry Kucher says:

    Buffalo Minnesota
    Everyone who knew Neil knows the gifts he gave everyone who touched him. His grace in life coupled with his kindness, compassion, spirituality, and his humor with that big smile of his will never be forgotten.
    Our hearts are broken now but when we think of him in our grief, we truely know he is with the boys…and with God.

    Rest in Peace, my Friend,

  58. Diane Pietruszewski Sundby says:

    Bismarck ND
    Dear Ramona and family,

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband and father.

    You are all in my prayers. I know you will have a great support network with all of your family by your side.

    Peace to you.

  59. Rachel Fox says:

    Fargo ND
    I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  60. Sharon Fritz says:

    Mona and Family,
    Words cannot express the sorrow that I feel for your loss. I am out of town and will not be able to attend the funeral. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, my Dear Friend.

    Sharon Fritz

  61. Maureen Ness says:

    Highlands Ranch ColoradoWhat a beautiful difference one life can make in this world! I have so many fond memories of your family during my teaching days at Nativity. May God bless the memory of Neil and take care of your family during this difficult time.

  62. Paula Moncibaiz says:

    Tomball TXMy thoughts and prayers are with your family. Neil was one of a kind, special to all who knew him. He was a very big part of our work family. He will be missed greatly.

  63. Kristi Shypkowski says:

    Fargo My heartfelt prayers go out to the family of Neil Little. Knowing the Little family through my years going through the Fargo Catholic Schools, I’ve always observed that he was such a kind and devoted father to his wonderful family.

  64. Lynn Block says:

    Fargo ND
    Mona & family
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I met you and Neil very briefly at your wedding dance when you both thanked the Old Friends Band for the music provided for your dance. May God bless you and your family and hold you all in the palm of his hands during this time.

  65. Gail (Vosberg) Gerrich says:

    Fargo N DSo very sorry to hear of your loss. Neil and I were classmates growing up. My thoughts and prayers go with you during your time of sorrow. Cherish the memories they will help get you through.

  66. Patty Hellerud says:

    Fargo NdLogan and family, so sorry for your loss. After reading the beautiful obit and tribute Lindsey wrote I feel like I have met your Dad. Our prayers are with all of you today and always. May all your wonderful memories surround and comfort each of you in your days ahead.

  67. Lisa Schwinden says:

    Fargo North Dakota
    Dear Little Family,
    I am so sorry for your loss.
    Neil was such a great man and father. I feel blessed to have shared some time with him and Mona during golf lessons this summer. His love for Mona was very obvious as he frequently reminded me of how his children’s athletic talents came from their mother and not him.
    I don’t think he ever missed a Shanley softball game.
    During this very difficult time, please know that Neil’s spirit will live on not only through you but through the many people who loved him.

  68. Gordon and Darlene Severtson says:

    Nevis MN
    We are so saddened to hear of Neil’s tragic death. Our daily prayers are given for you Mona, and your family.

  69. Megan Ahrndt says:

    Sartell MN
    Mona and Family,
    I only had the chance to meet Neil a few times but felt like I new him for years through Mckensie. She has always spoke so highly of him. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

  70. Kelly McKinnon says:

    Duluth MN
    That was a beautiful summary of Mr. Little’s life. It was easy to see how great of a man and father he was. I know that the best of him lives on in his son and my friend Logan. My heart and thoughts are with you.

  71. Brandi Youngmark says:

    Mona and family,
    I am very sorry for your loss. A few years ago I helped you both with some remodeling projects in your home and I always remember what a wonderful family you had and also loved watching how you both worked together to make decisions and your sense of humors making them. I was fortunate to work with you both and I will always remember Neil and your family. God bless!

  72. Al, Pattie, Chris and Matt Wilcox says:

    Highlands Ranch CO – ColoradoOur thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Al, Pattie, Chris, and Matt Wilcox

  73. Dorothy Orcutt says:

    Bloomington MnI am sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
    Aunt Dorothy

  74. Cray and Jean Eppler says:

    Dear Mona and kids,
    Please know of our prayers for all of you. Our hearts ache for what you are going through. May Neil rest in peace. We will have masses offered for Neil as well as offer our adoration for all of you.
    In Jesus through Mary.
    Cray and Jean Eppler

  75. dan and deb jackson says:

    fargo ndMona, so sorry for you lost. i knew neil from working with him at Nodak Supply in the 70’s. he was also an usher at our wedding in 1976. had not seen him in a few years, he was a great person and friend and would do anything for you. He will be missed. Dan and Deb Jackson

  76. Adele Beach says:

    Lake Forest CaliforniaMona and family,
    My heart goes out to you in deepest sympathy. My thoughts and prayers are with you today and always.
    God Bless You,
    Love, Aunt Adele

  77. Megan Meisinger says:

    Eagan MN
    We are deeply saddened by your tragic loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    The Meisinger family

  78. Tanya Steidl says:

    Fargo ND
    We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. If there is anything we can do don’t hesitate to ask. We live across the street. Tanya and Matt Steidl

  79. Sheila and Doug Jordan and boys says:

    Fargo ND
    Mona and family,
    We are praying for all of you during this time of grief. You have come to mean so much to my family and to our boys. Please know that our Adoration hour on Monday will be offered up for all of you and for Neil. We love you!

  80. Peter Utecht says:

    I just learned of Neals passing. I worked with him, rented a room from him and was a mentor. He taught me a lot.
    My condolences to Mona and his kids.

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