Burgess,  Betty Evelyn Joan

Burgess, Betty Evelyn Joan

Female 1931 - 2013  (81 years)

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  • Name Burgess, Betty Evelyn Joan  [1, 2, 3
    Born 21 Jun 1931  Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Gender Female 
    Physical Description 5 Feet, 5 Inches Tall, Dark Hair, Turquoise Eyes, Slim Build, Beautiful, Kind and Gentle. 
    Find A Grave Memorial 168680142 
    Occupation Housewife, Mother and Granny 
    Occupation 17 Sep 1949 
    Bell Canada, Operator, first day the day the Norondic burned in Toronto Harbour, she took calls from victims 
    Phone 905 839-4126 
    Died 27 May 2013  Beaverton, Durham, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Cause: Alzheimer's 
    • In the arms of her daughter, Sandi Sullivan
    Buried Ashes with Daughter, Sandi Sullivan 
    Person ID I5  Sullivan Burgess Family Tree | William Burgess Descendant, Charlemagne I Descendant, The History John Greene of Quidnessett, The Hyde History, The History of Alexander V Laughlen, The History of Samuel Martin, Norman's of Felthorpe, Norfolk, Mary and David Thomson Descendant, William The Conqueror Descendent
    Last Modified 15 Sep 2018 

    Father Burgess, James Melville,   b. 15 Jun 1901, Todmorden, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Feb 1952, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Trivett, Nettie Luella,   b. 20 Nov 1909, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Jan 1991, Whitby, Durham, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Met 27 Aug 1928  Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Engaged 2 Oct 1928  Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 5 Jun 1929  Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F6  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sullivan, Royce Howard,   b. 10 Mar 1927, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Oct 2005, Pickering, Durham, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 10 Jun 1961  Don Mills, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Minister Donald F. Collins 
    Witness Carole Ann Allen and Robert Allan 
    Children 
    +1. Sullivan  [natural]
     2. Sullivan, Royce James  [natural]
    +3. Sullivan, Steven Michael  [natural]
    +4. Sullivan, Sandra Lee
    Last Modified 15 Sep 2018 
    Family ID F5  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 21 Jun 1931 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 10 Jun 1961 - Don Mills, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - Cause: Alzheimer's - 27 May 2013 - Beaverton, Durham, Ontario, Canada Link to Google Earth
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in Bala
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in Bala
    Burgess, Majorie Jeanne and Donald Kennedy Wedding
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    Burgess, Majorie Jeanne and Donald Kennedy Wedding
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in mink ca 1960
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in mink ca 1960
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1942
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1942
    Sullivan, Royce Howard and Betty Burgess and Sandi first picture June 5 60
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1952
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1952
    Sullivan, Royce Howard and Betty Burgess in 1970s
    Sullivan, Royce Howard and Betty Burgess in 1970s
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1954
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1954
    Sullivan, Royce Howard and Betty Burgess
    Sullivan, Royce Howard and Betty Burgess
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1955
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1955
    Sullivan, Royce Howard with Betty Burgess
    Sullivan, Royce Howard with Betty Burgess
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1957
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1957
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1953
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1959
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1963 white dress
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1963 white dress
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1962 Bee Hive
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1962 Bee Hive
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Marj 1931
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Marj 1931
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1962 with her children
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1962 with her children
    Burgess, Marj Betty Carol John Henry Trivett Nettie James Melville Burgess 1952
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1964 Xmas Dinner
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1964 Xmas Dinner
    Burgess, Betty Head Shot
    Burgess, Betty Head Shot
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1965
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1965
    Burgess, Marj Carol and Betty
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1985
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty 1985
    Sullivan, Casey James and Granny Betty Burgess 9 days old
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Carmen Harriton
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Carmen Harriton
    Wilson, Anne Sharon and Betty Burgess
    Wilson, Anne Sharon and Betty Burgess
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Casey Sullivan 1981
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Casey Sullivan 1981
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty with her children
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Guy Sullivan 1958
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Guy Sullivan 1958
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Sandi Sullivan
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955 3
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955 3
    Scrivens, Lauisa Emily with Marj and Betty Burgess
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    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955 4
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955 4
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1955
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1970
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1970
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1970
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1970
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1971
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1971
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1985
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan 1985
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan BW
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan BW
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan, Patti 1957
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Roy Sullivan, Patti 1957
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Sandi June 1960
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Sandi June 1960
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Sandi Sullivan 1982
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and Sandi Sullivan 1982
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and the gang 1967 from the Golf Club
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and the gang 1967 from the Golf Club
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and the Sullivan family 1963
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty and the Sullivan family 1963
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in School Picture
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in School Picture
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in the 50's I think
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty in the 50's I think
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty letter from Chretien
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty letter from Chretien
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Letter from Trudeau
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Letter from Trudeau
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Pat Guy Sandi Steve at Carmen Pelligra party
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Pat Guy Sandi Steve at Carmen Pelligra party
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Patti and Guy 1957
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Patti and Guy 1957
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Roy Sullivan Mike and Carmen Harrington
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Roy Sullivan Mike and Carmen Harrington
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Roy Sullivan Patti and Guy 1958
    Burgess Sullivan, Betty Roy Sullivan Patti and Guy 1958
    Burgess, Marj Carol and Betty
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    Family Crest
    Burgess Family Crest
    Burgess Family Crest
    This interesting surname is of Old French origin, and derives from the Middle English "burge(i)s", a development of the Old French "burgeis" meaning inhabitant and freeman of a fortified town, especially one with municipal rights and duties. Burgesses generally had tenure of land or buildings from a landlord by "burgage". In medieval England burgage involved the payment of a fixed money rent. In Scotland it involved payment in service, guarding the town. The surname dates back to the early 12th Century (see below), and early recordings include Ralph le1 Burgeis (1195), in the Pipe Rolls of Sussex, and Philip Burges (1220), in the Cartulary of Oseney Abbey, Oxford. Variations in the spelling of the surname include Burgis, Burgise and Borges. London Church Registers record the marriages of Davye Burges to Agnes Taylor on January 27th 1582, at St. Thomas the Apostle, and Robert Parrin Burgess to Mary Langford on February 10th 1750, at St. Bartholomew the Great. A Coat of Arms granted to a Burgess family is blue, a fesse between a crescent in chief and a rose in base, all gold. The Crest is a gold fleur-de-lis. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Geoffrey Burgeis, which was dated 1115, in the "Winton Rolls of Hampshire", during the reign of King Henry 1, known as "The Lion of Justice", 1100 - 1135. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling

  • Notes 
    • Betty Burgess Sullivan - Celebration of Life - June 1st, 2013

      SONG - Unforgettable

      Good morning everyone, my name is Michlynn; I have been a friend of Sandi for over 30 years. I am humbly honoured to be the celebrant today. On behalf of Sandi and her family I would like to thank you all for joining us in this Celebration of Betty's Life.

      Betty Burgess Sullivan has been an amazing mother, Wife granny, daughter, sister, friend and so much more for all of us. She was born on June 21st, 1931, in Toronto. Betty took her first breath in a quaint little home ay 107 Victoria Park Avenue. Her given name was Evelyn Jane Burgess; a name she was never very fond of. In her baby book, Betty's mother would document her name as Betty Evelyn Joan. So from very early on she was only ever known as Betty.

      Betty was the middle of three daughters born to James Melville Burgess and Nettie Luella Trivett. She was quite a big baby weighing in at 9 pounds, 6 ounces. Some of Betty's firsts included 1st laugh at 1 month, 1st tooth at 4 months, sat up on her own at 7 months and walked at 11 months. Betty and her parents, older sister Marjorie and younger sister Carol spent their early years in East York. When the polio epidemic closed all the schools down in the early 40's, Betty and her family moved to Stop13, near the Scarborough Bluffs.

      It was here that Betty did her schooling. She attended Scarborough High School. The School is now known as R.H. King Academy. It is named after the first principal Reginald H. King. King was the first secondary School built in the region of what was then known as the township of Scarborough and second-oldest surviving institution in the Scarborough district. Epic moment 1- Betty was a student here when R. H. King was principal. It was during her time here Betty was selected to play the piano as students moved from class to class. This was something Betty really enjoyed. At the same time Betty was studying piano at The Royal Conservatory of Music. Sadly her children never had the chance to hear her play.

      After high School Betty became a Bell telephone operator. You will soon see that Betty's life was full of epic moments. Did you know Betty had quite the memorable first day at work? The SS Noronic, a pleasure cruise ship was docked for the night at Pier 9 in Toronto Harbour on the evening of Friday, September 16, 1949. A passenger would notice smoke was coming from a locked linen closet on C-deck. Without sounding the alarm, he ran to the steward's office on D-deck to retrieve the keys to the closet. Once the closet was opened, the fire exploded into the hallway. Only eight minutes after the fire began, half of the ship's decks were on fire. Betty was one of the operators receiving ship to shore calls from frantic passengers and crew. So when you think your job is stressful, imagine this stress on your first day of work. Betty was able to keep it together and it was because of her composure in this crisis that she quickly moved up in the ranks. Betty became one of the first female supervisors at Bell Canada. I think that is truly epic.

      In her personal life Betty was forever the fashionista. She always paid attention to detail. Her nails, her hair, her purse, jewelry and her outfits were always impeccable. Fashion was always a big part of Betty's life. Sandi will tell you that in the 1970's when Betty followed the Sonny and Cher show, all she had to do was look at one of Cher's outfits, pull out her sewing machine and presto, she had her very own Cher knock-off. In the 1980's she moved to fashion from the show Dallas. She particularly loved the business suits as it reminded her of her modelling days. Betty had done some part time modelling for a women's business suit company. It was known in the Sullivan household that if the sewing machine was on the table, you stayed clear.

      Betty was truly an amazing mother to her four children, Patty, Guy, Steve and Sandi. I would now like to call on her youngest daughter Sandi to share fond memories.

      (Sandi Sullivan's eulogy)

      I first want to thank you all for coming today to honour my Mother with my family. I am very honoured to have been the daughter of this beautiful woman. Betty, Mom and Granny and she did it all with beauty and grace. Where do I start to tell of story of this woman?

      I do not know why I remember this; I guess even at 8 years old I knew it was important, but I didn't realize the impact it would have in my life. My mother was watching me and my friends, Terry Steele and Lisa Murphy at the pool; I can still picture her lying in the sun in her bikini of course. For some strange reason Terry was telling us that she was Roman Catholic…. Why I don't know…. Then Lisa declared that she was Jewish… well I couldn't be left out of the conversion so I turned to my Mother and asked… Mom what are we? My Mother looks at me and said…. Liberal… so I said ok and jumped in the pool…. Or as some people would say… drank the Kool Aid. I always did listen to my Mother.

      My Mother loved to clean and took a Lot of pride that she could clean anything. She could take something old and make it look new. She would paint, wallpaper and sew… She always did a fantastic job and I can only think of 1 time when it didn't really work out… at least for me it didn't…. I was in grade six and she an old fur coat that needed some work done of it. Most people would just throw it out and buy a new one… not my Mother. She pulled out the sewing machine and worked on it all day. Then she thought on how she was going to clean a fur coat….. So she came up with an idea… rug shampoo… well she worked away and in no time flat the coat was like new. Even I have to admit it looked great. So the next day I skipped all the way to School in my new fur coat, happy as a clam. Everything was going great until recess. There was a light rain… so I put my coat on and went out with all the other kids. We decided to play tag. Running around… tagging each other. There was one problem… every time someone touched my coat… the hand print would foam up. Well…. All the kids started to tag me. My coat got worse and worse as the rain fell. They all started saying I had rabies…. I was a mad dog… foaming at the mouth and they wouldn't stop. I was in tears…. And I was mad…. I was going to kill my Mother. When School was over I ran all the way home. I came crashing into the house so upset and mad she could hardly understand me. So I grabbed her hand and rub it on my coat. She lost it….. She started laughing so hard I had a hard time understanding her. Yes, I have to agree it is funny…. Now...

      My Mother always took pride in her appearance. She was also dressed with hair, makeup and high heels. When I got pregnant at 15 and she was going to be a grandmother we would talk about what was the baby going to call her. She couldn't be Nana as Nana was Nana. I agreed with her that grandma didn't fit her… she looked so young… we were at a loss. Well one day when Casey was about 15 months I was at her house and we were playing and I started to tickle him. He was laughing and I started to chase him. He went screaming out the room running up to my Mother yelling Granny … Granny… Granny!!!!!!!! I can still see the look on my Mom face!!!!!!!! She was in shock… he picked the worse name for her…. She said…. Granny….. Like Granny on the Beverly Hillbilly's…. Casey wouldn't stop… that was her name. Granny came to love that name more than anything.

      When Casey was about 16 he was in Cadets he was coming home from Camp Borden with his gang of friends. They all called her Granny and she was going to pick them up at the drop off. I guess they were talking about Granny picking them up on the bus. My Mom was as always dress up to pick up the boys. Her hair done... her little jean jacket with her Blue Jays pins on it, high heels. She was standing at the curb were the bus stopped. The bus driver opens the door and took one look at her and said…. That's Granny? How she loved that name and that story.

      Having a Mother that beautiful, I felt I had to explain myself sometimes. The day Casey's Father met my mother was the first of many times I felt this. We walked into the house and I called out for her. No answer… finally I realized she was outside in the yard tanning so we went outside. We see her lying in the sun… of course in her bikini. After when we left he turned to me and said…. That's your Mother?

      Going forward 20 year…. I was going to Laureen's house and taking my Mother…. She was still beautiful and again in her little jean jacket… high heels. I am in my hoody and runners. Laureen opens the door and says…. That's your Mother!!!!! I said yes… what's your point?

      I will end this by saying that I was so proud of her. She was a great, beautiful, gentle soul. I was lucky to have such a loving Mother. A Mother that I will miss for the rest of my life. A Mother who loved more than anything… being a Mother… and being Granny.

      So I have to admit, I can tell the world how I felt about you, but there is one thing I know.

      What if I'd never met you?
      Where would I be right now?
      Funny how life just falls in place somehow,
      You touched my heart in places,
      That I never even knew,
      Nobody loves me like you do.
      Goodbye Mom

      Thank you Sandi for sharing those beautiful memories, what a great tribute to your mom.

      I know Betty would want me to mention her best friend Carmen Harrington. Betty loved Carman and was proud of Carman's epic moment as a runner up for Miss Universe for South Africa. They were truly soul sisters. They spent hours talking on the phone, comparing tans and loving fashion. It was very sad for Betty when Carman passed away in her 50's. Betty was an amazing friend.

      Please welcome Andria, an amazing friend of Sandi's to read a poem called Thank You Mom by Nicole J. Heath

      (Andria reads)

      Thank you mom- for all that you have done,
      You took great care, of your daughters and sons.
      You loved us all from the very start,
      with your warm, kind, and loving heart.
      Thank you mom, for being strong,
      While trying to teach us right from wrong.
      If anytime, we had a problem,
      you were there to help us solve them.
      You'd lift us up, when we were feeling blue,
      Thank you mom, for we could always count on you.
      You were such- an amazing mother,
      The love you showed was like no other.
      Thank you mom- for your dear, sweet love,
      Now you'll watch over us from heaven above.

      Thank you Andria

      Betty loved housework, animals, cooking, curling and baseball. She was crazy about the Blue Jays. Pat Borders was her all time favourite. Sandi will tell you that her mom would cut articles out of the paper and bring them to her at work. Betty just loved anything to do with The Blue Jays, she loved to talk about them and she loved to watch them on TV. It was known in the Sullivan house that if you didn't go home before 7, when the game started there would be no dinner for you. Which was a shame as Betty was such an amazing cook. Her friends, her children and her grandchildren will all agree.

      Speaking of grandchildren, Betty has left quite a legacy. Five grandchildren - Casey, Melody, Wade, Steven and Crystal. Along with 7 soon to be 8 great grandchildren- Owen, Tyson, Riley, Kalin, Bryce, Bradley and Taylor.

      At this time Betty's beloved grandson Casey would like to share fond memories.

      Casey's Eulogy
      When I was a child I lived with Granny and we were really close. I have so many fond memories of spending time with her, when I started thinking about it I thought it would be best to put together a top ten list. Here are some of the things I loved most about Granny.

      1.In her sixties she was still doing the 20-minute work-out in her fashionable work-out gear.
      2.Granny had the most beautiful and coordinated Christmas tree all pink and white with sparkles, snow and doves.
      3.Before School I would often wake up to the smell of freshly baked hot bran muffins with butter and strawberry jam.
      4.For several months she kept a giant helium balloon with dangling arms and legs that walked around our apartment. Most people would have thrown it out much earlier but she made it really fun and treated it like a pet.
      5.She made me some of the best Halloween costumes I know of, for example; superman, the same superman costume again, but from scratch cause I grew over the previous year, a robot, and a dragon, amongst others. I spent hours watching her and have used what I learned to sew costumes for my sons.
      6.Camping at the Potash Lake cottages and going on hikes through the forest with her, to this day it is still one of my favourite past times.
      7.Everyone knows Granny's Gravy and I learned how to cook many other things from watching her. Vana is consistently amazed that I know how to cook some of these things off the top of my head.
      8.She taught me manners by reminding me not to be like the kid upstairs. She always said to me "Don't be a Freddy". I think it's impossible for me to be rude without hearing her say it.
      9.When I was sick she would get me a McDonald's cheeseburger with fries and serve it to me on a tray in bed. To this day if I feel sick I know that having a McDonald's cheeseburger will make me feel better.
      10.We watched Benny Hill and other comedy shows together late at night, we always found things to laugh about.

      Given all the things I just listed it would be more than redundant to say that she loved me. Her every action showed me that, and I will always love my Granny.

      Thank you Casey, I believe you can agree on behalf of all the grand-children and great grandchildren, that your granny will be truly missed.

      Oh the epic life of Betty would not be told complete without mentioning, she was a Liberal, through and through. Betty was a faithful Trudeau groupie. You may even say she had Trudeau-mania. She loved the Liberals so much that she would try everything in her power to hide election dates from her Husband, who was a tory. She didn't want his vote to cancel out hers for her beloved Liberals.

      And whom better to reflect on Betty's passion for the Liberal party than our very own previous (and next as Sandi tells me) MP for Pickering, Scarborough East - The Honourable Dan McTeague

      Honourable Dan McTeague's words - Thank you

      Please join Sandi's dear friend Roxanne as she leads us in The Lord's Prayer and a moment of reflection.

      Roxanne reads The Lord's Prayer - Requests a moment of reflection as SONG - Amazing Grace plays softly in the background.

      Thank you Roxanne

      Betty Burgess Sullivan what a truly epic life you have had. You have always been a gentle loving soul. You have loved and been loved by many. Your stories will be told for years to come. Thank you for sharing your life with us. You will be missed but never forgotten.

      At the closing of the service Betty's family would ask you to join them at 597 Liverpool Road, on top of Granddad's Ice Cream Parlour please use the back entrance. Parking available on the street or in the back parking Lot. The family expresses their sincere gratitude to all who joined us here today.

      Please stand as we say farewell to Betty Burgess Sullivan

      Pall bearers come to front - Grandson's Casey Sullivan and Wade Andre. Son-in-laws Carmen Pelligra and Craig Andres. The Hon. Dan McTeague and Mayor Dave Ryan.

      SONG - Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra

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