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It is with great sadness that Nick and I heard about your loss. John was one of the kindest men! Our hearts go out to your entire, wonderful family. Love, Lynn and Nick
Dear Maureen, Catherine, John, and Grandchildren,
We were shocked to learn of Sully's passing! We are so sorry that we cannot be with you during this sad time, but are sending along our deepest sympathy.
Sully was such a great guy, "one of a kind", born with a great smile and sense of humor, and he will be sorely missed by us all. He fought the good fight more so than any of us and rest assured that he is now sharing his eternal reward with the Good Lord in Heaven. When each one of us suffers an adversity we can call on Sully for help and be reminded of the model behavior that he displayed to everyone around him. We thank God for all of our great times together!!!
Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. We will be attending our 8:00AM Mass, here in Vero Beach tomorrow morning for Sully, and all the members of your family.
Our love to all of you in this difficult time, Bill & Maryann Christie
Donny was without a doubt a giant among mankind.one of the best i’ve Ever known.i do feel a sense of sincere sorrow.goingout of town Friday morning but he will be in my prayers.
Mr Sullivan will be missed by so many people, myself being one of them. He was one of the good ones. He treated everyone like they were family. I will miss him dearly!!
I met John over 40 years ago. I was a rookie analyst at Citibank and he was the salesperson who covered what was one of Merrill Lynch's premier accounts. He was always always helpful, professional, honest and respectful with a great sense of humor.
When Bob Steers and I started our company in 1986 he was as supportive as anyone could be - even though there was little likelihood that we would ever become a meaningful account. Thankfully, that investment in us eventually paid off.
It wasn't until later that we all learned what how courageous John would be. Facing adversity that few, if any, of us would be able to endure, John persisted. We spoke all the time, he visited our office regularly and remained a great friend.
How blessed we are to have known you, John. We celebrate your life.
John I’m so sorry!! I know You loved him so much. He is in a better place now. God Bless you and your family.
Truly a great friend for over 40 yrs. who will be greatly missed. John had great enthusiasm for life that touched all with whom he had contact. His intellect was impressive and included a wonderful sense of humor. My heart goes out to his family who have lost their leading light. In John heaven has received a wonderful addition. Rest In Peace my friend.QD3
73’s Dear Friend....73’s.....Rest Peacefully.mary and jim
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