[Funeral Program for Artis Sullivan, Jr., January 8, 2005] Page: 2 of 3
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Artis Sullivan, Jr. was born March 5, 1940. He was the
seventh child of Artis and Octavia Sullivan. He attended
Ralph Bunch High School. He was united in Christ at an
Has united in Holy Matrimony to Margaret Burton in
1959 until 1971. To this union eight children were born.
The oldest son, George V. McCalister Sullivan, was born,
Mother Georgia Smith, second daughter Linda Sullivan,
third child Shelia Sullivan, fourth daughter Donna Hill
Stanley, fifth child Debra Burton Kenneth, sixth child
Cynthia Bates Curtis, seventh child Margaret Ann Sullivan,
eight child Vincent Sullivan, ninth child Arthur Sullivan.
All children were from San Antonio, Texas; George V.
McCallister Sullivan from Austin, Texas.
He leaves to mourn nine children and twenty-five
grandchildren, six great grandchildren. Also Artis
Sullivan, Jr. leaves behind eight brothers and seven sisters:
Ellis Sullivan, Robbie Thompson and Artie Mae Butler, all
from San Antonio, Texas, Ray Sullivan, Leslie Be Brown,
and Wilma Lee Ward, all from Houston, Texas, George
Sullivan of Waelder, Texas, and Winnie Ann Mickens
of Bryan, Texas. In loving memory of the deceased:
Arice Sullivan, Mary Lou Sullivan, Adolph Sullivan,
Herman Sullivan, Novellia (Prince) Sullivan, and James
Louis Sullivan, and a host of sisters and brothers, nieces,
nephews. Also has two loving Aunts - Dora Miller, and
Willie Mae Huff, and a host of brothers-in-law and sisters-
ORDER OF SERVICE
Old Testament Rev. Clearance Murray
New Testament Appointee
Solo Sis. Olivia Richardson
"Mother Bowed and Prayed for Me"
Remarks and Acknowledgments 2 Minutes Please
Solo Farrell Kay Woodruff
Obituary - Soft Music - Reading by Evang Margaret
Solo Rev. Clearance Murray
Words of Comfort Rev. Jim H. Richardson
Mt. Ararat Baptist Church
A Parting Glance Morticians In Charge
Perhaps you prayed or came to pay a call, perhaps you sent
beautiful flowers, if so we saw them all. Perhaps you sent
a card and money or spoke kind words as any friend could
say. Whatever you did to console our hearts, by word or
deed, or touch, we thank you, Oh so much.
The Sullivan Family
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