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 O'Sullivan, Thomas Patrick
Born: 12/25/1952
Died: 09/01/2016
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O'Sullivan, Thomas Patrick

 

O’Sullivan, Thomas, age 63, formally of Andover Township NJ, passed away Thursday 9/1/2016 peacefully in his home in Wantage surrounded by his family.  Born in Teaneck and raised in Clifton, Tom moved to Andover with his wife 38 years ago and established a successful business while raising a family.
             Son of the late Marie Suler, Tom is survived by his step-father Albert Suler, his siblings Kathleen Suler, Christine Moley and Christopher Suler.  He is also survived by his devoted wife of 40 years, Patricia O’Sullivan, their four children, Terrence O’Sullivan, Kyle O’Sullivan, Katie Kowal, Tara O’Sullivan and eight grandchildren, all of whom he loved dearly.  He was a Husband, Father, Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle and Grandfather as well as the owner of Telecom Management which made him a well-known and very much loved fixture in the community. 

Always known for his quick-witted and infectious sense of humor and laugh, he was always the first to help anyone for any reason at any given time.  When Tom wasn’t working he loved spending time with his family and also enjoyed being an active participant in the AKC Boxer community, while raising AKC Boxer Champions with his wife.  His larger-than-life personality, presence and genuine kindness always created a loving impact on anyone who met him, knew him or worked with him. Tom was loved by so many people and he will be sorely missed by all who were blessed to have known him.

              A celebration of life service has yet to be planned, details will be shared in due time. Arrangements are under the direction of the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home, 156 Main Street (Rt. 206) Newton, New Jersey 07860
 
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Here are some special memories shared by family and friends.
God bless and rest in peace Tom. We will all miss your infectious smile and sense of humor.
Linda Abel
Tom, we will miss your cheerful smile and always great sportsmanship at the boxer ring. You were one of the best.
Bess Houck
We may not have been related by blood, but I always felt you were my family too. You will be missed forever. God is your caregiver now.
Bernie Suler
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