In memory of
Sharon Elizabeth O'Connor-Kolo
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In memory of
Sharon Elizabeth O'Connor-Kolo
O'Connor-Kolo, Sharon Elizabeth AKA, Sr. Mary Patrice, O.P. Born: Pontiac, Michigan July 28,1941 Died: Ypsilanti, Michigan January 15, 2020 Sharon joined the Dominican Order of nuns in Oxford, MI during the mid 1950s and graduated with a B.A. from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. She taught in Catholic schools in and around Detroit from 1963 – 1971. Sr. Patrice was known as a gifted teacher, who loved art and music, and she was held in high esteem by her students. Sharon was predeceased by her parents, Robert E. and Madeline Patterson O'Connor of Pontiac, Michigan, her brothers - Robert (Rod) O'Connor of Rocklin California, and Michael P. O'Connor of Leland Michigan. After leaving the Dominican Order, she was briefly married to David Kolodziejczyk and had one child. Ms. O'Connor - Kolo is survived by her former husband, David, her daughter, Joy Kolodziejczyk, of Wisconsin; her brother, Thomas Patrick O'Connor of Harrisonburg, VA; Sisters - Caroline O'Connor of Louisville Colorado and Julie Katherine O'Connor of Yucaipa, CA. The burial is scheduled for February 7, 2020 at 11am at Mount Hope Cemetery in Pontiac, MI. A memorial service is scheduled for March 14, 2020 at 3:30pm at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 306 N. Division Street, Ann Arbor, MI. In lieu of gifts or flowers, please make financial donations to Hope Clinic on behalf of Sharon E. (Patrice O'Connor) Kolodziejczyk. To donate please go online to www.thehopeclinic.org/donate-1 or send checks to Hope Clinic at Hope Medical Clinic, Inc., P.O. Box 980311, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48198-0311. Reflections may be shared with the family by visiting www.sparksgriffin.com .
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In memory of
Sharon Elizabeth O'Connor-Kolo
O'Connor-Kolo, Sharon Elizabeth AKA, Sr. Mary Patrice, O.P. Born: Pontiac, Michigan July 28,1941 Died: Ypsilanti, Michigan January 15, 2020 Sharon joined the Dominican Order of nuns in Oxford, MI during the mid 1950s and graduated with a B.A. from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. She taught in Catholic schools in and around Detroit from 1963 – 1971. Sr. Patrice was known as a gifted teacher, who loved art and music, and she was held in high esteem by her students. Sharon was predeceased by her parents, Robert E. and Madeline Patterson O'Connor of Pontiac, Michigan, her brothers - Robert (Rod) O'Connor of Rocklin California, and Michael P. O'Connor of Leland Michigan. After leaving the Dominican Order, she was briefly married to David Kolodziejczyk and had one child. Ms. O'Connor - Kolo is survived by her former husband, David, her daughter, Joy Kolodziejczyk, of Wisconsin; her brother, Thomas Patrick O'Connor of Harrisonburg, VA; Sisters - Caroline O'Connor of Louisville Colorado and Julie Katherine O'Connor of Yucaipa, CA. The burial is scheduled for February 7, 2020 at 11am at Mount Hope Cemetery in Pontiac, MI. A memorial service is scheduled for March 14, 2020 at 3:30pm at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 306 N. Division Street, Ann Arbor, MI. In lieu of gifts or flowers, please make financial donations to Hope Clinic on behalf of Sharon E. (Patrice O'Connor) Kolodziejczyk. To donate please go online to www.thehopeclinic.org/donate-1 or send checks to Hope Clinic at Hope Medical Clinic, Inc., P.O. Box 980311, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48198-0311. Reflections may be shared with the family by visiting www.sparksgriffin.com .
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Services Provided By
Sparks-Griffin Funeral Home - Lake Orion
111 East Flint Street
Lake Orion, MI 48362
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