Age 60 of Vero Beach passed away peacefully on January 31, 2022 at Consulate Health Care after an extended illness.
Mike was born on September 18, 1961 to parents John D. O’Sullivan Jr., and Glenda Brock O’Sullivan in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. He moved to Vero Beach in 1964.
Prior to his retirement in 2016, Mike worked as a Sr. Sheet Metal Mechanic at Piper Aircraft, Inc. in Vero Beach for 17 years. Mike loved aviation and received his Personal Pilot’s License while working at Piper.
Mike was very talented and could build anything, in his spare time he built motorcycles, go karts, guitars, boats, and most recently, circuit boards, he was also musical and played the guitar.
Mike was preceded in death by his parents John D. O’Sullivan, Jr. and Glenda Brock O’Sullivan and grandparents Rowland and Sarah Brock.
He is survived by his son Michael R. O’Sullivan Jr. of Vero Beach, FL., his brothers James and Elaine Williams of Galax, VA., John and Mary O’Sullivan of Vero Beach, his sister Donna and Bill Kendall of Vero Beach, nieces and nephew Sarah, Amanda, Stephanie and William.
A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at a later date.
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