Patrick Brian Sullivan passed away Saturday, February 2, 2013, at 50 years of age; he was born February 13, 1962. He was taken to the hospital Friday, and passed away the next morning. He was pre-deceased by his father, Richard Paul Sullivan, and grandparents Eugene and Carolyn Sullivan and Clifford and Maxine Keltner. He is survived by his wife, Terry Ann Cardin Sullivan, son, Sean Patrick (Janelle) Sullivan, and grandson Patrick James ("PJ").; brothers B. Sean (Jackie) Sullivan of Eureka and Steve Richard (Tina) Sullivan of Spokane; mother Carol Ann and her husband Charles Ollivier; extended family Philip (Denise) Ollivier, Jeanine Ollivier (David Rollins), Marc Ollivier and the very large Sullivan family, of which he was so proud to be a part. He is survived by many Sullivan, Cardin, Keltner and Bennett cousins and beloved nieces and nephews. Patrick attended Eureka and Ferndale schools and moved to Everett, WA, as a teenager. He was the youngest journeyman roofer in the State of Washington and worked as a roofer, ran his own company (Uniply Roofing), and was most recently a "hot tar" supervisor/specialist for Cobra Roofing. He never met a stranger, loved to share stories, and enjoyed fishing, the out-of-doors and being with friends and family. His grandson, "PJ" had a big part of his heart. A spreading of ashes and memorial will be announced. Please sign the guest book at www.Times-Standard.com, click obits.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from Feb. 8 to Feb. 9, 2013