Brother Malcolm O’Sullivan, RIP

Brother Malcolm O’Sullivan, FSC, of the District of Eastern North America, died December 17, 2018, at De La Salle Hall in Lincroft New Jersey. He was 94 years old.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS:
Saturday, December 22, 2018
9:00 – 11:00 a.m., Viewing
11:00 a.m., Mass of Christian Burial
De La Salle Hall
810 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ 07738

Burial to follow at
Saint Gabriel’s Cemetery
549 County Road 520 (Newman Springs Road)
Marlboro, NJ 07746

MILESTONES:
Born: January 18, 1924, Limerick, Ireland
Entered Novitiate: June 24, 1941
Reception of the Habit: September 7, 1941
Final Vows: September 3, 1949, Hillside, Troy, NY
Died: December 17, 2018

ASSIGNMENTS:
1941–1945, Washington D.C., Scholasticate
1945–1948, Bronx, NY, Saint Raymond Elementary School
1948–1949, Albany, NY, Christian Brothers Academy
1949–1954, Barrytown, NY, Saint Joseph’s Normal Institute
1957–1958, Rome, Italy, Generalate (2nd Novitiate)
1958–1963, New York NY, La Salle Academy
1963–1964, Bronx NY, Cardinal Spellman High School
1964–1965, Bronx NY, Manhattan College (studies)
1965–1969, New York NY, District Administration (Vocation Director)
1969–1970, Buffalo NY, Saint Joseph’s Collegiate Institute
1970–1973, Memphis TN, Christian Brothers University
1973–1994, Bronx NY, Manhattan College
1994–1997, Belmar NJ, Saint Rose High School
1997–1998, Tijuana, Mexico, Centro La Salle
1998–1999, Cochabamaba, Bolivia, Instituto de Idiomas Padres de Maryknoll (studies)
1999–2003, Lincroft, NJ,Christian Brothers Academy
2004–2005, Harlem, NY, Resurrection School
2005–2006, Chihuahua, Mexico, Instituto La Salle
2006–2009, Toronto, ON, De La Salle College “Oaklands”
2009–2010, Lincroft, NJ, Christian Brothers Academy (convalescence)
2010–2012, Baltimore MD, Calvert Hall College High School
2012–2014, Lincroft, NJ, De La Salle Hall (convalescence)
2014–2017, Baltimore, MD, Calvert Hall College High School
2017–2018, Beltsville, MD, La Salle Hall (retired)
2018, Lincroft, NJ, De La Salle Hall

 

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