On behalf of the AllFordMustangs staff and family, we send our
heartfelt condolences and prayers to our fellow member Paul Neufell, Jr. and his family.
Our hearts are heavy, and our sorrow is deep, for on November 12,
2007, Megan Michelle Neufell, the 18 year old daughter to Paul Neufell
Jr. and step-daughter to Shannon Robins, was involved in an auto
accident. Tragically, the auto accident was fatal to Megan, and on
November 13, 2007 at 10:04, a precious life was taken from our earthly
world and called home to heaven.
Megan is survived by her loving father and best friend, Paul Neufell
Jr., her step mother, Shannon Robins, her mother Valeria Jones, her
step father John Jones and her two younger sisters, Christina and
Megan is more than just a young lady, for she is daughter, a sister,
a friend, and an angel. Megan excelled in school with high grades,
where she was a senior at Cannon County High School. Megan aspired to
go to Middle State Tennessee University, get her masters in mathematics
and give back to her community by serving as an invaluable math
teacher; to teach the next generation her skills.
Megan is a fabulous young lady who enjoyed life and everything life
had to offer, for Megan was beautiful, popular, loving caring,
compassionate, and very well loved. Megan's little pleasures included
going to the local lake, watching movies, attending parties and hanging
out with her many friends. Megan enjoyed the simple things in life as
well, for Megan was just as comfortable working on her truck as she was
helping in the kitchen with dinner or around the house with chores.
There was little that Megan would not do to help a family member or
A day without Megan is a day without sunshine. Our hearts are heavy
with sorrow, for there is no worse torture for a parent than to out
live their beloved child. As parents, we acknowledge that our children
are gifts from heaven, so we give our children the world and have high
hopes for their success. Then when we loose one of our precious gifts,
we are devastated beyond all comprehension. However, in the midst of
such sorrow, we can smile, even if it is brief, for knowing that the
world as we know it is a better place because God gave us Megan.
Megan may be gone from this earthly world, but she shall live
forever in the hearts of her family, friends, and her AFM family. We
ask that you do not despair the loss of a life so precious, but
celebrate how that precious life has brought joy to the ones who loved
Megan so dearly. Megan you are forever loved and remembered.
To those who would like to pass along their personal condolences and prayers to Paul and his family, you may do so here.
AFM Staff and Family.