ROBERT SULLIVAN

Obituary
  • "Robert- You were always a great friend- Im sorry I just..."
    - Joe Kindley
  • "Shak Daddy We spoke 2-3 times a month. I drove to you home..."
    - Joe Kindley
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    - Kathy Sullivan
  • "Sully was a great dive an fishing buddy!great memories of..."
    - nancie smith
  • "so sorry for your loss. but know he's with god looking down..."
    - vince novkowski


ROBERT PATRICK SULLIVA N Robert Patrick Sullivan, 52, passed away on Friday, January 11th. Born in New York City, Robert was the son of Dr. John Sullivan and Barbara Sullivan. He was an Air Force brat and lived in Spokane, Wa. and Wiesbaden, Germany, before moving to Ft. Pierce, Fl with his family in 1965. Robert attended St. Edwards and Vero Beach High School and had lived in Vero Beach for many years. He became a contractor, specializing in painting and faux finishes. Rob loved to travel and he loved music, but more than anything he loved the ocean and all activities associated with it. Surfing, diving, boating and especially fishing. He spent every available moment in his "Contender" with friends and family, never satisfied until everyone caught a fish. And he always did catch fish, even the time we brought a banana on board by mistake. Robert was the soul of generosity, always sharing all he had. He lived a full and exciting life and was loved by his family and friends. We miss you Rob! Robert is survived by his step-mother Helge, his sisters Marla, Laura, Antonia and Micaela, brother Christopher, nephews Daniel, Robert, Alexander and Andrew, his mother Barbara and his son Samuel. Private services will be held. Paid Obituary

Published in the TC Palm on Jan. 24, 2013
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