Kim M. O’Neill (nee Telecky), age 57 of Concord, passed away September 4th, 2021 at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born September 10th, 1963 in Cleveland.
Kim was a talented artist, a yoga instructor and a nail tech at Victor’s Hair Salon in Beachwood for over 20 years. She was a world traveler. She was a devoted wife and mother and family was her passion.
Kim was the loving wife of 25 years to Patrick O’Neill; beloved mother of Kevin, Mary and Colin; dearest daughter of Susan Telecky and the late Robert Telecky; sister of Robert Telecky and Sharon Telecky; sister in law of Kathleen (Dave) Schwaner and Ann (James) Schlemmer; aunt of many nieces and nephews.
The O’Neill family will receive friends 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Wednesday, September 8th, 2021 at The Abbey, 38011 Euclid Ave., Willoughby (located on the grounds of McMahon Coyne Vitantonio Funeral Home). A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 7:00 PM Wednesday at The Abbey. The Celebration of Life Service will be livestreamed on Zoom. Simply click here around 6:50 PM and you will catch the tail end of the visitation and the whole Celebration of Kim’s Life Service.
Donations can be made in Kim’s name to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans, Suite 200, Manhatten Beach, CA 90266
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal of Jeff Monreal Funeral Home.
40 Replies to “Kim M. O’Neill (nee Telecky)”
Fell in love with this family and Kim during your 25th Anniversary wedding vow renewal. What a blessing to shake your hand, look into the eyes of your family and hear you laugh that afternoon…. God Bless You, Pat, your kids and Family…. So grateful to know this loving Family. God Bless and God’s Speed Dear Friend…
There are no words to describe the loss we are all feeling now. Kim was such a sweet and loving person who I have know since she was 5 years old. She always brightened the room when she entered, she will forever be in my heart❤️Rest In Peace in our Heavenly Father’s arms, you will forever be our Guardian Angel. Love you Kimmy❤️
Rest in painless peace Kim… You were a strong, dedicated woman
My heart is sad right now and yet I am happy Kim’s suffering is over. Kim was the bubbliest woman I’ve ever met. Kim made me feel comfortable in my own skin. Kim loved her husband and children very much. Kim also loved others. She loved me and barely knew me. I loved her too. Thank you for crossing paths with me and letting me learn from you. Kim I will always think of you when I see a monarch butterfly. Always.
My thoughts and prayers are going out to your family. Kim is loved and will be missed by so many. May God give you strength and guidance during this difficult time.
Kim was such a beautiful soul , her presence made the world a better place , I will miss her so much , she touched my heart in ways I can’t explain, but I’m grateful for it ❤️
I’m so glad to call you my friend, You will be missed,
I had the pleasure of spending many of my teenage years growing up with Kim as my neighbor on East 130th Street near Shaker Square in Cleveland. May Kim rest in peace with our Lord.
My deepest condolences to Kim’s family. Kim was one of the first friends I had after starting school at Regina. We reconnected after many years following high school. I am sad she is no longer with us.❤️
My sincere condolences to the O’Neill and Telecky families. I will always have fond childhood memories of Kim. Rest peacefully Kim. Hugs and prayers to the family.
I’m very sorry for your loss , I met Kim only a few times but loved her charm and Witt and kind nature . I’m good friends with sis Sharon and played guitar with her many years and met Kim through her , I also know Rob and Mom , my love and prayers to you dear family
Kim was a bright spark of artistic joy in the suburban monotone where I grew up. I will never forget how she encouraged music and the arts in her own kids and everyone she met. We will all miss you so much Kim.
My dearest condolences to Kim’s family. I met her at MD Anderson and have been praying for her! I’m so sorry for your loss! She was such a joy!
I am so very sorry for this loss. Kim and her family were there for my daughter Lexi when I could not and I will forever be so grateful that you were there. I will never forget how tolerant you were when Lexi and Mary were in there cornstarch and water phase and making large amounts in you garage!!
I met her at a Henna Gathering a few years ago. I was so nervous to be there, and having a difficult time being away from my little one. I remember she made me feel comfortable and like, magically at ease. She did henna for me…the OM symbol. We stayed friends on fb after that. I have a badass necklace made by her especially for me. My heart breaks for you, her family…but also what a gift to have had her ❤️ sending my love.
May her soul rest in peace and her memory be eternal.
Rest In Peace Yoga Kim! Prayers to Pat and all of the kids! Kim you were such a wonderful person and really made a difference in my life!! Love to you!!!
My heart is aching. I will always treasure the memories of the times we shared; at the Henna Retreat, at the gem show in Tucson. Always filled with laughter and light. The sparkle in your eyes as we discussed our creative projects, shared our experiences with our artistic processes, and giggled at the weirdness that we both really appreciated about life! I will be forever grateful to you for your generosity of spirit; and that you pulled me back to reality after I, in my wild-eyed enthusiasm, nearly bought every bag of bone rings at that vendor’s table in Tucson. I love you, Kim.
I feel blessed that I met Kim when teaching yoga together in New Hampshire. Her spirit, her liveliness were such my vibe that I felt very connected to her spirit. My prayers, love and light go out to family and friends, her light will be within and live on in all those she met.
You were an amazing woman! So much love to you and your family
My deepest condolences to the family for the loss of Kim. Such a beautiful person inside and out. My she Rest In Peace. Amen.
Dear Pat, Kevin, Mary and Colin: Your momma was my friend for over 15 years. I remember the first time I met her at a show in Akron. She was immediately kind and warm, which is why people flocked to her always. She loved you with the fierceness of all the momma tigers — all of you. She was not finished living. I hope you take comfort in the fierceness of her love while she was here with us, and pay that forward to your own children some day. She will be with you in spirit. Tracey
So sorry for your loss! Kim was an amazing woman.
My Dearest Kim,
May you rest in peace now, and watch over your family as an angel this time. You will be missed, that’s for sure!! You have always been a beautiful, kind, giving soul, with extremely creative, imaginative, artistic talents – you certainly made this world a better place.
You will always hold a special place in my heart.
Until we meet again.
To your family, I am sending strength, prayers and love, with my deepest sympathies.
I am so sad to hear this news about Kim. Her bright smile will always be the first thing that comes to mind when I think of her.
My condolences to the entire family that has brought so much joy to her life.
Sorry for your loss!!! God bless!!!
My Deepest Sympathy to the Family and all that knew Her. I will always remember her Smile and Kindness. May She Rest In Peace
I didn’t know Kim that well but from the time that I saw her her vibe was always so positive. I experienced her through the love that her mother and her sister and brother have for her. That love was really a celebration of life and a celebration of Kim she will be missed. Wishing the family comfort Grace love and light.
I had the privilege of growing up with and knowing Kim at a very young age. Her smile, spunk and perseverance were unmatched. The fond memories that I have of her and the old neighborhood we grew up in will live in my heart and soul forever. God speed to you Kim on your next journey. You will be greatly missed by all the hearts you touched during your short stay on this Earth.
Please know I share your loss. Kim was the most generous and inspiring teacher as well as a person. I will do my best to emulate her life and jewelry lessons.
Sue you and your family are in my prayers.
Kim knew how to have fun and wow what a great laugh. She was a Cleveland Girl, but loved by many here in NH as well. What impressed us most was how she loved her kids, her husband and her family. The world is now a little less sweet without her. Patrick, Colin, Mary and Kevin our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless.
Steve and Regis Donohue
Kim Rest In Peace
Wishing the best to the whole family.
I met Kim at age 14 at Regina High School. We reconnected after I moved to CA and she attended my wedding in ‘93. I am so saddened by her death. My condolences to her husband and children and all that were blessed to have her in their lives. May you Rest in Eternal Peace dear Kim. ❤️
Sorry for your loss Pat and kids. Kim was such a sweetheart.
Kim, you are a light in this world that will never go out. I am so blessed to have shared these many years with you and all the memories. I know that Pat and your children will miss you very much, I wish for them to hold all their memories of you close in their heart where you will live forever!! I will always love you Kim! I will see you on the other side!
May you rest in peace and may God comfort your family and those you loved.
I just heard of your passing, dear Kim. You were a shining light of love and creativity. Rest In Peace, sweet girl.
Kim had such a sweet and beautiful soul. I had the pleasure of meeting her at a henna conference some years ago and I will never forget how loving and accepting she was. She will be greatly missed by all sending so much love to all who she left behind for now!