Jackie (John) Sullivan

April 18, 1938 to April 26, 2020

Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jackie Sullivan on Sunday, April 26, 2020, age 81 years.  Predeceased by his parents May and John Sullivan; sisters Lydia, Susie (Nathaniel Noseworthy), Violet (Cecil Noseworthy), Grace (Jack Melee) and brother Frank.  Left to mourn brother Hayward Sullivan (Edith) and a large number of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great- great nieces and nephews. A warm thank you to Reverend Eugene Castella for presiding over the service and Reverend Emeline Coffin-Strickland for her assistance.  And from the bottom of our hearts a very large warm thank you to the nurses, doctors and staff of Pleasantview Towers who over the years became Jack’s second family.  Due to the current global pandemic of COVID-19 there will be no visitation or funeral service at this time.  A graveside service will be conducted for immediate family on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at All Saints Cemetery, Pouch Cove.

 

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Our condolences to the Sullivan family especially to Mr. Hayward. Hold to your memories.

Wavy and Rick Baldwin

I have very fond memories of early School days with Jackie. He would delight us all with his singing and guitar playing on Friday afternoons, and especially at Christmas concerts in the S.U.F. Hall. Later in life he would make great music with his buddies.
I extend deepest sympathy to Hayward and all the family as you say good bye to a kind and gentle man who was always a gentleman. May he Rest In Peace and sing with the angels!

My sincere condolences to the family. Rest in Peace Jackie.

Jackie, I remember as a young boy , you playing music with your brother, Teddy, Wayne and especially Neil .it was the highlight of my childhood. I remember you playing and singing Hello Mary Lou at the S. U, f. When I was very young.. I pray that you are still making music in the eternal life. R.i.p Jackie. Deepest sympathies Hayward.

To Hayward and the Sullivan Family,
So sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. I remember him playing with the SUF band , and out in the SUF hall.
So many memories of years ago.
May his gentle Soul Rest in Peace.
Linda & Leo Reddy

To Mr. Hayward and the Sullivan Family,
My deepest sympathy on Jackies passing. We as kids across the street growing up in Pouch Cove spend much time at their home. We were treated like their own. I have so many fond memories of Mrs. Lid, Mr. Frank and Jackie. His singing and playing the guitar was always in their home. Sincerely, JoAnne (Burke) Janes

To the Sullivan family especially Mr. Hayward
Sincerest condolences on the passing of such a gentle soul . I have such great memories growing up at Miss Lid’s house listening to Jackie playing the guitar and singing and by gosh he was so good at both. They always treated us like Grandkids and were so good to us all! Remembering Jackie with much love and respect.!

To the Sullivan family, we’re sending our sincere sympathy. Jackie was a was a great friend when we were all young and in our prime. He was indeed a great singer and guitar player and a gentleman in every sense of the word.

Hayward and the Sullivan family,
Sending our deepest condolences to you all. I have great memories of being at your house playing guitar with Jackie, something he loved to do. Hold your memories of the good times close to your heart.

The Sullivan Family,
Sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. Thinking of you at this time.

Condolences and prayers to all the Sullivan family. When I worked at Pleasant View Towers, I remember Jack as a very happy man who always had a smile for everyone, I really enjoyed having a conversation with him, he was always ready for a good chat. Jack was a wonderful singer and he loved to play his guitar. and entertain everyone.
Rest in Peace dear Jack and fly high with the angels.

Jackie I loved you like a brother. I know you will be singing with the angels. I would love to hear you sing right now. My condolences to Hayward and all the family.

Our sincere sympathy to the Sullivan family on the passing of Jackie. We have many great memories of being at your house enjoying Jackie singing and playing guitar..

Our Deepest Sympathy to the Sullivan Family on Jackie’s passing, May his gentle soul RIP!!