Memorial Service:

8/8/2014 11:15 am., Fort Logan National Cemetery, 3698 S. Sheridan Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80235, Staging Area “C”

George D. Sullivan Jr.

Born:
August 13, 1944 :: Oakland, California
Passed Away:
August 1, 2014 :: Colorado Springs, Colorado

George Donald “Don” Sullivan, son of George and Ora Sullivan was born on August 13, 1944 in Oakland, California and passed away on August 1, 2014 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

He is survived by his wife Maren Sullivan of Colorado Springs, Colorado, son Ryan and wife Kate Sullivan of Las Vegas, Nevada, daughter Amy Sullivan of Orange, California, sister Carol Lane of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and granddaughters Adelyn Louise Solache and Riley Adams, grandson Tyler Adams and many nieces and nephews.
Don graduated from the University of California, Fullerton. He enlisted in the Marine Corp. in 1964 and served for four years including a tour of duty in Viet Nam. Don married Peggy Beem in 1977. They owned a family portrait studio in Colorado Springs and had two children, Ryan and Amy. Don worked for the Department of Treasury for several years and was a photographer for the Department of Defense at Fort Carson military base in Colorado Springs until retirement.

Don was an avid sportsman and led an active life with his wife Maren, enjoying motorcycles, horses, hunting and scuba diving.

All Veterans Funeral and Cremation in Wheat Ridge, Colorado are handling the arrangements. Grave-side memorial service and burial will be at Ft. Logan Memorial Cemetery in Denver, Colorado on Friday, August 8th at 11:15 am.

 

3 Responses to George D. Sullivan Jr.

  1. Randy and Brenda Myers says:

    With many fond memories , thoughts and prayers.

  2. Mike Henshaw says:

    Pat & I were very sorry to hear of Don’s passing. He was a great friend during grade school & high school in Shenandoah, always ready for fun. I’ll miss him a lot. Rest well, Donnie.

  3. Don Ketcham says:

    Please accept our sincere condolences on Don’s passing. Don is included in alot of fond memories from high school. Rest in peace old friend.

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