April 4, 1920 ~ April 26, 2007

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Mr. Harold M. O'Sullivan passed away on Thursday evening, April 26, 2007, at his Farmington Presbyterian Manor residence at the age of 87 years and 22 days. Harold was born on April 4, 1920, in Farmington, and was the son of Larry & Katie Bell 'Resinger' O'Sullivan. Also preceding in death were: his wife, Hilda Mae 'Snyder' O'Sullivan (Jan. 14, 2000), & 2 Brothers: Larry O'Sullivan (Killed in action in World War II) & William O'Sullivan.

Harold was a longtime faithful member of Farmington First Baptist Church & was retired from St. Joe / Meramec Mining.

Survivors Include : 1 Sister, Lola 'Mrs. Clarence' Layton, of Cape Girardeau, MO; 3 Sisters-In-Law: LaVerne Harris; Jean Momot & JoAnn 'Mrs. J. T.' McDowell, all of Farmington. 3 Brothers-In-Law: Rev. Willard (& Mary) Snyder, of Fredericktown; Charles (& Linda) Synder, of Farmington; Don (& Kay) Snyder, of Columbia, MO. Also surviving are a host of Nieces & Nephews.

Visitation: Saturday, 4-8 p.m. Visitation resumes Sunday at 7:00 a.m.

Funeral : Sunday, 2:00 p.m., April 29, 2007,

at : TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, Farmington, with Dr. William C. Miller officiating.

Interment : Hillview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Farmington.

Memorials to: * Farmington First Baptist Church &/or * Presbyterian Manor Hospice.

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  1. To the entire O'Sullivan family, I pray God gives you peace in this time of loss! I lived down the street from Mr. & Mrs. O'Sullivan when I was a little boy… I also had Mrs. O'Sullivan's mother when I owned Maehill Care Center. Both of these wonder people were the kindest most gentle people I have ever met. They were both always so pleasant and nice to everyone they came in contact with… I am sure they are both rejoicing today as they finally meet for eternity. God Bless You All.

  2. To the family of Harold please know that we are praying for you. Harold was one of the nicest guys I have ever met. I will miss him, but I am comforted knowing that he is Home. Marvin & Jennifer Dalton

  3. I have such wonderful memories of good old Uncle Harold and the beautiful rocks he use to bring me as a kid. Uncle Harold never and I mean NEVER said a harsh word to me. He did however tell me, "if I did not stop biting my finger nails all of those nail would stick inside my stomch and give me a belly ache." Well, needless to say to this day I do not chew my finger nails. I'm so sad at Uncle Harolds passing but I know in my heart he's up there in heaven dancing and canning vegtables with Aunt Mamie. You will always have a special place in my heart Uncle Harold. XXXXOOOO Love Lisa

  4. Some of the best memories I have in life are with Uncle Harold and Aunt Mamie. From applesauce to Cocoa Puffs, they always made sure I was well taken care of. I couldn't possibly put into words how influential they have been to me. Even as an adult, Uncle Harold would always ask me if I was still his little buddy. Although I was quite taller, my answer was always yes, and always will be. While I mourn his passing, I rejoice in knowing that he is with his Mamie. I love you Uncle Harold.

  5. Harold was a relative on my Grandfathers side of our family. I met hime and his brother Bill a few years ago at an O'Sullivan Family reunion and visited him last summer in Farmington.

  6. We will miss you Uncle Harold, but know you are with Aunt Maimi now. I can only imagine what she said when she saw you walk through heaven's gates. Well, I'll swan ! We love you.

  7. Thank you for everything Uncle Harold. I'll never forget riding in your green truck or my first lawn mower (which was your old one), and I'll always be your buddy. Give Aunt Mamie a big hug for me, I love you Uncle Harold.

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