Florence O’Sullivan passed away peacefully at Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Saturday, May 22, 2021,
at the age of 87, after her battle with Dementia. Predeceased by her parents Stephen Dolinski and Jean Gursky, and her husband Harold O’Sullivan. Florence is survived by her loving children, Paul (Jane), Ryan (Donna), David (Kim), Karen, and Sandra (Steve), her loving grandchildren, TJ, AJ, Rydon, Natalie, RJ, and JJ, her loving brother Michael (Myrna), her loving stepfamily Helen, Darlene, 13 grandchildren, 65 great grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Her ever caring kindness, compassion and laughter will be missed dearly. Her positivity, her faith, her love for life, and her strength are all part of the legacy she leaves for us. Nothing made Florence happier than to spend time with her family. And she made the best perogies! In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Alzheimer’s Society would be greatly appreciated.
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Services for Florence will be posted at a later date.
So sad to hear of Flo’s passing. We loved having her join us for Mothers Prayers. Such a sweet lady. She will be missed.
So very sorry for the loss of your Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. She was a wonderful lady who lived in John Bayus Park for several years. Always involved with our community and was part of our Social Committee volunteering her time and energy.
Our sincere condolences from her friends and neighbors at John Bayus Park
I love and miss you mom, wishing for a peaceful journey to rest in heaven. Supported with both Karen and Sandra providing loving care our dear mother passed peacefully on Saturday evening, after a 3 year battle with Alzheimers and Dementia. The best mother anyone could ever have; unconditionally devoted to her family, children & grand-children, always lovingly kind, considerate, caring, and supportive … always there to lend an ear and positive advice. She was also an outgoing, happy social butterfly with a passion to make people laugh, raise a cheer and enjoy life. As well as an outgoing, adventurous world traveler having visited most of Canada, half of the USA, honeymooned with Frank to the major cities of Europe, travelled behind the “Iron-Curtain” to visit family in eastern Poland and western Ukraine, as a devoted Catholic her “Dream-Trip of a Life-Time” to Jerusalem, and over 25 years of Snow-Birding with Harold in Florida (her “Winter-Time Happy-Place”)
Rest in Peace, with all my love, Ryan