September 2020 Volume 16

Dudley ‘Monty’ O’Sullivan Obituary

Staff reporter KC Times
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August 21, 1944 – August 16, 2020

Dudley Montgomery O’Sullivan, known as Monty was born in Kingston, Jamaica, to Vincent and Laurel O’Sullivan. He was a brother to Monica, Patrick, Marjorie, Vernie, Janice, Aubrey, Robert, Gary, Bobby, Ricky, Marlene, Terry and David. He leaves behind his wife Zippy, his children Vernie and Nicole. He was Grandfather to Grant, Tashawna, Carson, Tanya, Tia, Tianne and Marcus. Numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

In his early years, Dudley attended Winward Road Public school and attended high school at his beloved Kingston College. He wears his alma mater’s colours as he is laid to rest.

He enjoyed track and field, playing soccer and cricket. Upon graduation in 1962 his first job was working at the Kingston Wharfs for 2 years and he later went on to manage Hart's Butchery where he met his future wife Zippy whom he married in 1972.

In 1974 he left sunny Jamaica to build a better life in Canada, he worked at House of Metals and left there to eventually work for the Toronto Transit Commission in 1980 where he eventually retired after 27 years when he retired in 2007.

His sunset was August 16, 2020.

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