Obituaries

Patrick A. O'Sullivan
Died: Nov 24, 2015
Patrick A. O'Sullivan of Cortlandt Manor passed away suddenly on November 24th at the age of 73. Patrick was born in Bantry Bay, Co. Cork, Ireland to John and Hanora. He was the youngest of six children, pre deceased by his parents, and sisters, Mary and Eileen, and his brother Michael. Patrick came to the United States in 1962. He worked as a dispatcher at Con Edison until his retirement in 1999.
Patrick is survived by his wife of 47 years, Josephine, and his four children Michael (spouse Zony) , Patrick, Judy (John) and Bridget (Frank) as well as his beloved grandchildren, Priscilla, Tommy, Catherine, James, Sean, Kieran, Dylan, Nathaniel and Norah, as well as his two brothers, Thomas in Michigan and John (Rita) in Ireland and many nieces and nephews.
Visiting hours will be on Sunday, November 29th from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, Morrissey Drive, Putnam Valley. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, November 30th at 11 AM at St. Columbanus Church in Cortlandt Manor followed by interment at Assumption Cemetery.

Comments:
Deborah Denike DeBlasi
#1
November 28th, 2015 10:04 am
We are so sorry for your loss. My Dad, Richard Denike, worked with Paddy at Con Edison for many years. I feel like I knew Paddy so well because of all the stories from the control room. I think every story had a great memory of Paddy in it. My Dad loves to make us laugh with the stories of mischief, practical jokes and friendship they shared for many years. My Dad doesn't live in the area anymore, but please know that we are all deeply saddened for the loss of Paddy. We are thinking of you and praying for you. What a wonderful soul he was. God was definitely smiling when Paddy got to heaven and I am sure Paddy will keep everyone laughing. May God Bless him and your family. With deepest sympathy, Debbie Denike DeBlasi and Richard Denike, Sr. and family
John Begley
#2
November 29th, 2015 10:49 am
We will miss you at our luncheons providing so many happy conversations of the past and of Ireland. God bless and keep you my Bantry friend.
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