Delmar-Sullivan-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Keith & Keith Funeral Home

Delmar James Sullivan

Union Gap, Washington

Nov 7, 1940 – Oct 28, 2017

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I miss you daddy, I wish you were still here....

Daddy, I will always carry you in my heart. You were never quick to anger or judge. You were never depressed or moody, just a constant, strong, supporting father that always had great advice for me. I already miss your beautiful blue eyes and calming and gleeful demeanor. One of the things that I always remember you saying to me was "Life is just a game, how you play it is what matters" You also used to say to me "some people like to live as if there is no tomorrow, but what if...

James I remember you best from when I was a kid. I would help out in the concession stand and spent many nights with Arlene at ylur house. I will always remember how good you and Ann were to me. It makes me sad that after I became an adult that I drifted away. I will always love you, big brother. Your sis.

A good man. Will always envision you with a twinkle in your eye and a ready laugh. Best wishes to the family.

James, you were the oldest of us 12 kids that couldn't of been easy when you were a young man. I never really got to know you well but this family is less now that you are gone. I pray for your family to have peace and know that I send my love to them.

James,I Love You.always have and always will.I will see you in Heaven before long. I always wondered why you called me Berg,I can hear you now saying,how you doing Berg,you took good care of me when I was a little girl. I will miss you dearly. Love,Sister Barbara

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Arrangements under the direction of Keith & Keith Funeral Home, Yakima, WA.

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