WORCESTER - With great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved eldest sister Carol Ann who died peacefully surrounded by her family, roommates, and caregivers at her home The Bridge/ Open Skies of West Brookfield on January 28, 2021.
Born in Worcester, daughter of the late Robert and Mary Sullivan. Carol ascends to heaven at the age of 67.
Carol will truly be missed by the rock of the family, Trish, who for many years was ensuring Carol’s needs where always being met.
Carol graduated from the Boston School for the Deaf. She worked several years in Worcester County, for the OTC of Seven Hills, as well as, for the Center of Hope of Southbridge.
Carol was a social butterfly; always greeting you with a huge smile; she was a participant in the Special Olympics as a proud member of their bowling team. She enjoyed the Girls Club of Worcester on Providence St. where she enjoyed swimming, cooking, pottery along with learning many additional life skills.
Carol leaves behind her siblings: David Sullivan and his wife Marybeth of Millbury, Robert Sullivan and his wife Dorothy of Sutton, John Sullivan and his wife Tammie of Dumbarton NH., Doreen Eiser and her husband Kurt of Oceanside, CA, and Patricia Craig of Millbury. She also leaves many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, cousins, Aunts and Uncles and many friends.
Carol’s family would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to Christine Monyihan and her family and Angela Docimo and her family who opened their homes and hearts to Carol providing Carol will unconditionally love and support along her journey of life.
Carol will be sadly missed by her roommates who she loved like family; Marianne, Patty and Chrissy along with all her caretakes. Carol shared a special bond with each and every one of you. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts.
Due to state guidelines and restrictions on gatherings, Carol’s funeral services and burial will be private.
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