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Jeremiah Patrick Sullivan

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Jeremiah Patrick Sullivan Obituary
Jeremiah "Jerry" Patrick Sullivan Jeremiah "Jerry" Patrick Sullivan, 80, passed away on December 31, 2012. Jerry was born June 21, 1932 in Lexington, KY to the late John Patrick and Mary Catherine Mooney Sullivan. Jerry attended St Catherine's Academy, and later graduated from Latin High School in Lexington. He attended Xavier University, University of Kentucky, and St Edwards. He served in The Korean War with the US Marine Corps from Sept 1950 to March 1952. After his stint in the Marines, Jerry went to work for IBM in Lexington where we met his wife Connie. He was later transferred to IBM in Austin, Texas. He retired after 33 years with IBM and later worked part-time for Albertsons Grocery Store. Jerry was a member of the Austin Forum, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and American Legion. He was an active member of St Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Pflugerville, Texas and later attended St Albert the Great Catholic Church in Austin. Honorary pallbearers are Max Allen, Gene Blair, Billy Connor, Roger Drake, John Foley, and Ed Kimmins. Jerry was preceded in death by his wife, Connie Sullivan, sister Mary Margaret Beatty, and uncle, Mayor Thomas G. Mooney. Survivors include son Tom, daughter, Kathleen Sullivan Smith and her husband Dwain, son Steve, grandchildren Connor and Landry Smith, niece Sheila Kuhlman and great niece, Renee Kuhlman. The family would like to thank Estrella Oaks Rehabilitation and Care Center and Scott & White Hospice Care for the care given to Jerry. Visitation will be held from 12PM-1PM, prior to the service on Friday, January 4, 2013 at Cook-Walden Capital Parks with services following at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Cancer Research Institute at www.CancerResearch.org Memorial condolences may be made at www.CookWaldenCapitalParks.com.


Published in Austin American-Statesman on Jan. 4, 2013
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