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July 22, 2018

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June 6, 2017
Like Bobby Hopper, I have many memories of Earl Sullivan! He gave me many tips on improving my roping skills and tips on tying calves. I use to practice tying calves in Kayenta, AZ at his corral. At a time in my life, I was having difficulty tying calves. I would always try to tie the calves perfect, with the piggin string strands laying perfectly inline. This was slowing me down! Earl reminded me several times, "time is your enemy!" Quit trying to be perfect every time you tie a calf, he'd say! I couldn't seem to get it in my head to quit doing this! One day as I was practicing tying calves with perfection, Earl shocked me with a cattle prod in my side and said, "I told you time is your enemy, quit trying to lay your piggin string strands perfectly every time. Get back down there, hurry up, my grandma moves faster than you! I got scared, moved fast, flipped that calf and tied that calf faster than I ever had before. What a great lesson! In calf roping, time is your enemy! That day, I learned you have to iron out your mistakes as you tied that calf. I never had that problem tying calves from that day forward. Even lead to winning calf roping event in High School and Indian Rodeos. Thanks Earl Sullivan!
With love and respect,
Larry R. Redshirt
June 4, 2017
I met Earl in Kayenta Az in the early 70's and spent the next 10 years looking up to him. He and Carroll Hopper taught me about training horses,cooking sheep on a spit and the finer points of being a cowboy. He was one of the most loyal friends that anyone could ever have.
June 4, 2017
Many many memories of Earl. I almost can't remember him not being a part of my life. I was six or seven years old, and scared to death of the rough talking man, but over the years came to understand where he was coming from, and loved him dearly. Along with my Dad and others, Earl had a big role in shaping me as a man. If you wanted the absolute truth about something, Earl would tell you, in no uncertain terms. I spent many days roping, rodeoing and getting to hang out with him. I worked for him in Kayenta at the trailer park, and helped him move cattle in Hermosa Park. I am saddened by his passing. I will surely miss him.