Betty Jane (Anthony) Sullivan Wednesday, September 9, 1925 - Monday, June 26, 2017

Betty Jane (Anthony) Sullivan, a lifelong Canton, OH native, passed away on June 26, 2017. A 1943 graduate of McKinney High School, Logan Basic Radiology 1944 and Walsh College 1972. Betty, a retired teacher from St. Michael’s Parish after 25 years of service, was voracious reader and with her late husband, Bob an active player in the Grasshopper golf league. Preceded in death by her husband, Robert C. Sullivan, Betty was the loving mother of son, Bob,(Kimberlee Forbes), Cuyahoga Falls, OH; daughters Cary Ann Sullivan, Howland OH; and Dinah (Michael) Peddicord, North Canton, OH; grandmother to Zach Sullivan, University Heights, OH; Aby Sullivan, Chicago, IL; Jessie Peddicord, Dallas, TX; Samantha Peddicord, Cleveland, OH; and Alyssa Peddicord, Columbus, OH. The family would like to thank Betty's caregivers, Mary Chumo, and Donna Paul for all their loving care, and to Mercy Hospice, especially Deb Stires and Angela Simms. Cremation has taken place and family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Wednesday, July 5, 2017, at the Lamiell Funeral Home, 1353 Cleveland Av, NW, Canton. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Stark County Humane Society.

To the Sullivan family,

My condolences on your loss. Mrs. Sullivan was one of my favorite teachers. [I couldn't get away with much, though!] She was genuine, down-to-earth. One of the good ones.

Thank you Deb, we didn't get away with much either.

My deepest sympathies to the family of Mrs. Sullivan.  As a St Michael's Alum I remember her fondly.  She was a great asset to St. Michaels and the community. God rest her soul.

Jennifer Triner Wright

Thank you for your kind thoughts

Dear Bob and Carey

I was saddened to read of your Mom's death. I am sure she is with your Dad now in heaven. I remember the Sullivan Family well.

Prayers and Blessings

Jill Stark Mazzocca

Jill, I hope all is well with you and your family, thank you for the thoughts.  I still remember dropping off your newspaper and hayride a long time ago. Take care,

We send our sympathy to all of you at this time. Betty was a special person and loved her family very much. Bless you all during these difficult days.

Thank you Mark & Deb, it was good seeing you again.