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August 21, 2013
Condolences to My Aunt Irene and to all of my cousins. I have heard many a great story and I am sure they will continue to be told.
August 20, 2013
God Bless, I know he will be missed by many. All my respects to the family.
August 20, 2013
I have lost on of the most wonderful friends I ever had. I wish we had talked one more time. I'll always remember you.
August 20, 2013
Jack we became close later in life. I will forever cherish the stories of our family back in the day. I know you are surrounded by all who love you and that you had an incredible life. I will miss you and pray for your eternal peace. With LOVE and the deepest sympathy for John, Louise and Gavin. Cousin Sean
August 20, 2013
John, Gavin, and Louise...lived in Millis when you were young. I certainly am thinking about you guys today.
August 20, 2013
He was the oldest living Sullivan of his line. Lived longer than his father, John E. Sullivan (52). Longer than his grandfather, John E. Sullivan (60). And longer than his great-grandfather, the immigrant from Liverpool, Thomas Sullivan (64). “I blink, and I'm still here,” he'd say. “I surprise myself sometimes.” Jack was larger than life, and he raised the bar.
August 19, 2013
He was the oldest living Sullivan of his line. Lived longer than his father, John E. Sullivan (52). Longer than his grandfather, John E. Sullivan (60). And longer than his great-grandfather, the immigrant from Liverpool, Thomas F. Sullivan (64). “I blink, and I'm still here,” he'd say. “I surprise myself sometimes.” Jack was larger than life, and he raised the bar. I'll miss him.
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