Dear Julie and Keith, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Dad. I very much enjoyed looking at all the incredible family photos and how much happiness you all shared. It was very heartwarming, and a wonderful tribute to his Life. You and your family are in my thoughts.
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
To the entire Sullivan family, please accept our condolences. Don became our special friend in PCB. I remember the first day I met him 13 yrs. ago and I will cherish my memories of him. He and I had such fun and became buddies. I really enjoyed viewing the photo gallery of him...wow, that is awesome and brought tears to my eyes but I do know Don lived a very full life with a family that loved and cherished him. I am so glad we have met and became friends with all his children and look forward to always staying in touch. May the sadness of your loss one day be replaced with all the beautiful memories of such a special man.
Love, Debbie Myrick and Wallace Rhymes
I am so sorry Laura about your Dad's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
To the whole family of Don Sullivan. I was there when you all were going to school .I knew you when I visited at Don' house. He was so proud of you ,and I don't know any of your addresses If you have time I would like one address. My love to you all and I wish I could be there
Jeanne Herrick Sun
Dear Sullivan Family-
Your dad/grandpa was a very nice man who always had a smile and kind words for us from the northeastern part of the state. You all made him and Joan very proud, and you took very good, loving care of him especially in the last several years. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Hello Julie, Mary, Paul, Anthony and Laura, I have often had your father in my heart and thoughts. I remember him fondly. He was always kind to me as a child. I loved his sweet smile, gentle ways and sense of humor. I am sorry for your loss. Kate Struck
Paul - my condolences to you and your family during this tough time. I pray that peace finds your father and you.
I will always remember Uncle Don as part of the circle of friends that made up him, Aunt Joan, my father and my mother. My dad and Don were soldiers in WWII who rejoined civilian life as young men ready to 'start their lives'. Dad introduced Don to his date's (Mom) sister and double dates led to a long intertwined history of marriage, raising families and friendship in post war Indiana. His death is part of closing chapter for the Greatest Generation. -His niece, Grace Worley.