September 21, 2014


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Robert J. "Sully" Sullivan Print E-mail

Dec. 1, 1944-July 14, 2014

Robert Joseph “Sully” Sullivan, 69, rural Redgranite, passed away peacefully Monday evening, July 14, 2014 at the Berlin Memorial Hospital.  He was the former owner of Sully’s Trading Post (now the Lodge Pub & Grill) in Mount Morris from 1991 to 1997.

He was born Dec. 1, 1944 in El Centro, CA, a son of Joseph and Jean (Albrecht) Sullivan.  He lived and was raised near Pittsburgh, PA.  He attended Seminary School for two years and was a 1962 graduate of the Montour High School.  He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1968.  He was employed as a foreman for a number of years by a foundry making automobile body parts.

Bob had been married to Trudy Feath from 1966 until they divorced in 1979.  He married Irene Helen Chiaculas in 1982.  She preceded Bob in death in 2002.

Bob had lived in Kokomo, IN, Collegeville, PA, Racine,  WI, and Hanover Park, IL, prior to moving to the Redgranite area in 1991.

He enjoyed golfing, reading, doing all kinds of puzzles, and gardening.

Survivors include two daughters: Sherry Mott, Del Rio, TX; and Sandy (Pat) Hoglund, Streamwood, IL; and six grandchildren.  Bob is also survived by four brothers: Ken (Kathy) Sullivan, North Carolina; Tim Sullivan and Dave (Jean) Sullivan,  both of Pennsylvania; and Mike (Jane) Sullivan, Iowa; nieces, nephews, other relatives, and good friends.

A celebration of Bob’s life was held Saturday, July 19 beginning at 3:30 p.m. at the Lodge Pub & Grill  located at N3708 Highway 152 in Mount Morris.

Memorials will be appreciated for the American Cancer Society in place of flowers.

The Ruminski Funeral Home of Redgranite assisted the family with arrangements.

 

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