Betty Ann SULLIVAN (nee Shinske) age 86. Beloved wife of the late Donald J. Dearest mother of Cherrie Seslow (Jerry), Michelle Eck, Tim (Mary Ann), Sue Klasson (deceased)(Alex) and Donna Meller (Duane). Loving grandmother of 13, “G.G. Betty” to 8. Dear aunt and friend to many. Dear sister of the late James Walters (Marilyn). Loving daughter of the late Walter and Henrietta Shinske (nee Piasecki).
CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE, SUNDAY, JULY 12, 12-3 PM WITH A 2:00 PM SERVICE.
A memorial donation can be made out to one of the immeidate family as listed above and sent “In Care of The ZABOR FUNERAL HOME”, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA OH 44129, ATTN: BETTY SULLIVAN FAMILY. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com
Messages of Condolence
Grandma Betty, we will miss you and never forget you,
Your favorite Jewish Son in law
She was a special lady! Always remember her smiling.
Condolences and hugs to all!
Fern and Bert Epstein
Betty was not only a good friend but a client for more years than I can count. My sympathy to the entire family the real loves of Bettys life
Betty was not only a client of mine but a dear friend. My sympathy goes out to the entire family whom was her entire world. I know she is doing the polka up in heaven. Donna Neal
We are so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. The older we get, seems like these losses would be easier, but they are not. Your mom was such a sweet lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Please let us know if we can do anything to help you in any way. Love, Jerry and Norma
I am part of Bettys card group that meets at karen Dirienzos house
I love Betty and so do all the ladies. I cannot come to the funeral due to being tested for the virus.
I miss Betty already.
I just picture her sitting in her chair at the head of the table playing
Karen’s house at lauging, winning and of course eating
Betty is so missed
Deepest sympathy to the Sullivan family in the loss of your mother. She was such a sweet person and loved playing cards with her. She was always so excited when she would win. I will miss her and it won’t be the same without her. May your soul Rest In Peace. Karen Hanrahan
Dear Cherrie, Michelle and the Sullivan family,
I will always think of your mom when I drive past your corner house on Brookway Lane. Betty and my mom, Lee, were pretty busy raising 5 kids each in their younger years, but they struck up a nice friendship later in life. I’m glad. It was fun visiting with feisty Betty at Mary Frey’s birthday celebration. I’m grateful for the time we had to be together. May you find strength and comfort as you feel her presence within you. May she rest in God’s peace.
My husband, Jim, and I wish to express our sympathy to Betty Boop’s family. Betty enjoyed speaking with Jim on the phone when I was not available. Our group of “mature” women will miss Betty at the head of the table playing cards. I will miss her special jewelry. She had earrings for every occasion. I know she is at peace and will enjoy special seating at the Indians games—when they finally start. It was a pleasure calling Betty my friend. She was a special person.
I am part of bettys card group that meets at Karen Dirienzos house
I love Betty and so do all the ladies
I will miss Betty
I will always remember her laughing and having fun at our ladies nights
God Bless you all