Michael Lawrence Sullivan

March 8, 1952December 29, 2020

The family of Michael Sullivan would like to express there gratitude for all the sympathy cards and letters. Preceded in death by family members that were very beloved by Michael are his wife: Cynthia Sullivan, brother: Scott Sullivan and mother: Donna Sullivan. Family survivors are son: Jason Sullivan, daughter in law: Shawna Sullivan and grandson: Jaxon Sullivan. And son: Corey Sullivan and granddaughter: Liviya Sullivan. Father: James Sullivan, Brother: John, Sisters: Linda and husband Jerry, Kathy and husband Kevin, Coleen and husband Dennis, Brother in law: Jim and John, Numerous nieces and nephews. Michael really enjoyed outdoors activities, especially fishing and going to the racetrack. He was a wonder husband, fabulous father and a loving grandfather. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. May he rest in peace. Due to the pandemic a celebration of life service will be announced at a later date.


Michael Lawrence Sullivan

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Tim & Shellie Jensen

January 9, 2021

To Mike’s family and friends,
We were sorry to hear of Mike’s passing.We met Mike ,Karen and their kids at BIR quite a few years ago .We instantly became friends and enjoyed many happy times just talking ,laughing and dancing(Mike was quite the dancer!)RIP Mike

Kiann Dopp

January 9, 2021

Sullivan Family -

We are devastated by the loss of our brother, uncle and friend. We have such incredible memories of our Uncle Mike! From going to Brainerd, skiing, tubing, fishing and spending countless holidays and birthdays together!! We appreciate all the time you spent helping Keven and Kathy build their house! You will be greatly missed Uncle Mike! We love you! Prayers to our dear family Corey and Jason!!

This is a pic of Me with Mike and Cyndi at my Baptism 1985!

Love always
Keven, Kathy, Reed, Kiann and Fynn Dopp

Steven Dopp

January 8, 2021

Jason, Corey and family
Our deepest sympathy to all of you on your loss. We went to school with Mike and have many memories of good times spent with your dad. May he Rest In Peace.
Deepest sympathy,
Steve and Pam Dopp