Wysock, Sheila C.

Sheila C. Wysock, 84, of Farmington, widow of Robert J. Wysock, passed away peacefully Monday, August 17th, 2015. Born September 5th, 1930 in Hartford, daughter of the late Thomas and Catherine (Flattery) Cullina. She was a longtime communicant at the Church of St. Patrick in Farmington. Sheila is survived by her three children, Kathleen A. Fillers and her husband Russell of Gainesville, VA; Trisha M. Roberts of Farmington; and Robert J. Wysock, Jr., of Tolland, her sister, Margaret Pritchard of Stamford, her two brothers, Thomas Cullina of Milbray, CA; and James Cullina of Ashburn, GA, four grandchildren, Jennifer, Caitlin, Erin and Kayla and two great grandchildren, Andrew and Ian. She was predeceased by her brothers, David and John Cullina. Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Friday (Aug. 21) from 9:00-10:00am. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be at 10:00am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Patrick, 110 Main St., Farmington at 10:30am. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Bristol. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The House of Bread, 27 Chestnut Street, Hartford, CT 06120.

Calling Hours

Friday, August 21, 2015 from 9:00-10:00am

Funeral Service

Friday, August 21, 2015 at 10:30am in the Church of St. Patrick - Farmington


St. Joseph Cemetery in Bristol

Memorial Contribution

The House of Bread, 27 Chestnut Street, Hartford, CT 06120.

12 Responses to 'Wysock, Sheila C.'

  1. Kathy Kelley says:


    Sending you prayers for the loss of your mom. I known your mom for years. Worked together for a long time at the Farm Shop, as well as you Kathy. I am so sorry. Thinking of all of you.

    Kathy Kelley

  2. Chris Robinson says:

    To Trish and Rob and Kayla,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mother was always so kind to me and my family. May you find comfort to know she is now at peace.

  3. Alan Calandro says:

    You have heard me say many times how impressed I was with your mom. I didn’t know her well at all, I only saw her in action where she worked at the various places in Farmington. Just a pretty, vivacious and competent lady that made me notice her before I knew she was your mom.
    I hope the memories of her sustain you and your family through this difficult time.

  4. Pat and Mark Jepsen says:

    To Sheila’s Family,

    Our sympathies to you all. Your Mom worked with my mother-in-law(Paula Jepsen) at Unionville Dunkin Donuts. She was good friend and co-worker to Paula. Everyone knew them as those “two white-haired ladies ” who ran circles around the younger staff. We hope both of them are now being served their coffee and donuts and enjoying heaven.

    I go to know Sheila at church as well. She was a lovely lady. Our prayers are with you. She will be missed.

    Pat and Mark

  5. Mark & Pat Jepsen says:

    To Sheila’s Family,

    We go to know your Mom as she worked at Duncan Donuts in Unionville with my mother-in-law, Paula Jepsen. Those two “white haired seniors” ran circles around the “youngsters” who worked the early morning shifts with them. My mother-in-law really enjoyed having your Mom as a co-worker and friend. The two of them now are being “served” their coffee and donuts in heaven, together once again.

    I got to know your Mom at church. She was a lovely lady. She will be missed by many.

    Our sympathies to you all,

    Pat and Mark

  6. Mark & Pat Jepsen says:

    To Sheila’s Family,

    We go to know your Mom through her work at the Unionville Duncan Donuts. She and my mother-in-law were the 2 early am workers who ran circles around the younger staff. My mother-in-law (Paula Jepsen) enjoyed having Sheila as a co-worker and a friend. Now the 2 of them should be having coffee and donuts served to them in heaven!

    I got to know Sheila a little more when I saw her at church. She was such a lovely lady. Our sympathy to you all, she will be missed.

    The Jepsens

  7. Paul Fox says:

    Sheila worked for me at Friendly’s in Farmington in the early 90’s and was the first person guests and employees would see each morning that she opened the restaurant. She was a joy to work with every day, even under pressure in the busiest of times she would make me smile even though I was ready to cry some days! Her famous shout of “Grill!!!!” every time she hung a new slip to be cooked is remembered fondly by all who worked with her. Sheila attended my wedding and was someone that I talked to everyday like a mother. She was a friend, co-worker and just a sweet lady to know. She will be missed my many of us that had the pleasure of knowing and working with her.

  8. Deb Flattery Kaufman says:

    Rob, Trisha &Kathy,
    I always enjoyed your mom’s sense of humor when we chatted at my grandparents house. In fact she probably told me most of “Flattery” family history that I know to this day.

    Hoping your fond memories bring you comfort during this difficult time.

    -Deb Flattery Kaufman

  9. Candace Freedenberg says:

    Kathy, Sheila and Robert,
    I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was such a strong woman and thoughtful person. It was great to have her influence through the years. My thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. Candace

  10. Steve & Marielle Swinson says:

    Our sincerest condolences. Sheila was a great friend to Mary Swinson. She is fondly remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

  11. Gordie Frassinelli says:


    Sincerest condolences on the passing of your mom. May the thoughts and prayers of your friends and colleagues be of some comfort to you and your family during this difficult time.

  12. lynda Bonato says:

    Sheila will be remembered by me as a caring and loving woman.
    I remember back in the 80’s she was working in Farm Shop in Fgtn. Center..always a big hello and smile on her face.
    As a neighborhood friend she always had time to talk and ask about my growing family.
    I am sure God has an extra special angel with Him now.

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