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Alice Sullivan

Alice May Sullivan (Brohart)

January 22, 1932 - November 16, 2020
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Obituary

With profound sadness, but also with tremendous gratitude for her life, the family of Alice May Sullivan (nee Brohart) share the news of her passing on Monday, November 16, 2020 in her 89th year at Valley Manor Nursing Home in Barry’s Bay, ON. Beloved wife of the late Cyril James Sullivan. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Joan (Arthur) Hankey, Wayne (Claire) Sullivan, Sharon (Kenneth) Telford, Barry (Patti) Sullivan, Leanne (Alan) Cummings, Donald (Teressa) Sullivan. Predeceased by her precious daughter Judy (Shawn) McGrath. Dear Grandmother of Christopher, Kathryn, Lisa, Kyle, Alexandra, Matthew, Michael, Mark, Sarah, Todd, Dillion, April and Wil. Adoring Great Grandmother of Hayden, Chase, Beth, Jayden, Alyana, Zoe and Brynn. Sincerest appreciation to Cathy Blumquist and her staff at Assisted Living who gave our mother wonderful support, help and assistance.

Our heartfelt thanks to the staff of Valley Manor Nursing Home for opening their arms to make mom’s “home away from home” as welcoming as possible and providing her with excellent care. Thank you to Dr. Tiedje and his staff for taking the time to listen and providing her medical care and support.

Professional services have been entrusted to the care of Zohr Family Funeral Home, Killaloe. Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions a private family funeral will be held at St. Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church. Interment to follow at St. Andrew’s Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation (Valley Manor Building Fund) or St. Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church. Tributes, condolences and donations can be made online at www.zohrfuneralhome.com
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  • Service

    Location
    St. Andrew's Catholic Church
    Address
    145 Queen Street
    Killaloe, Ontario K0J 2A0
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    Officiant
    Fr. C. Shalla
  • Interment

    Location
    St. Andrew's Cemetery
    Address
    362 Wildlife Road
    Killaloe, Ontario K0J 2A0
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Karen Vincent

Posted at 09:48am
My deepest sympathies to all the family of Alice. I grew up in the area and went to church with both Alice and her husband. Lost track over the years but reconnected when Alice moved into the apartment beside Mom (Morna) on Mill Street. Had many chats with her and visits. She and Mom went for walks thru the park and back. We so appreciated her kindness to Mom. Then there were the cookies she always shared with us on her baking days. Have her recipe for thick and chewy cookies on the side of my fridge. Frequently make these cookies and think of Alice every time I do. Mom then moved into Pembroke for a couple of years, then into Valley Manor. The first place we visited on moving day was Alice’s room. It was so nice for her to have a familiar face there. Got to visit frequently until COVID lockdown. Will miss her as I’m sure all of you will. Mom misses her.
A donation was made to The Manor on behalf of Morna, Karen Doris and Lesa
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Beverley Crockford

Posted at 12:39am
The highlight of moving to Killaloe in the early sixties was making friends with Sharon and Joan and eventually the whole family. If I wasn't at home, I was usually at their house. I enjoyed your mom very much and there are some fun times that I remember ;( smoking lessons). Your mom was a woman of great faith and she lived it daily, naturally ,effortlessly. She loved her children intensely and prepared them well to go out on their own as young adults. The memories are all so good. Bless your mom, your dad and sweet Judy. Love, Bev
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Neil and Sharon Brohart

Posted at 08:44pm
Neil and Sharon Brohart
We wish to send our deepest condolences and sympathy to the Sullivan families in the loss of your mom. Aunt Alice was always so pleasant and fun to talk to. Our son Darwin got to know her while he was working in Gramma's Pantry , they had many great chats, and she would bring him a few home made treats for Christmas . RIP Aunt Alice.
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Catherine Kuehl

Posted at 04:06pm
I always had fun with Auntie Alice, we had some good chats together. My hear aches for my cousins. Aunt Alice will always hold a special place in my heart. RIP with God and your family whom are all together now. ❤️❤️❤️
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Kim Foss (Liedtke)

Posted at 02:19pm
To the Sullivan family: I was so saddened to hear of "Aunt" Alice's passing, my gramma Sadie's (Brohart) youngest sister.
When us kids were much younger, mom would take us to visit Aunt Alice in her Killaloe home. She was such a sweet lady.
Thinking of you all and sharing in your grief at this time. Love and Prayers to you all. Kim (Liedtke) and Jeff Foss
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