Martin Mortuary

550 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO


Galyn Eugene Sullivan

April 4, 1958August 30, 2019

Galyn Eugene Sullivan was born on April 4, 1958, to Wilma Rae Kissell and Eugene Phillip Sullivan in Grand Junction, Colorado. Galyn is survived by his sister, Terri Stacy; and his three children; Shilo Sullivan, Galyn Lee Sullivan (Amber Sullivan), and Christina Lively. He laid to rest his oldest daughter, Jennifer Jean Castle in March, 2013; and it was the hardest thing he ever had to do. He is also survived by his 10 grandchildren, Jeremiah Castle, Madison Dickson, Harmony Green, Annabelle Lively, Sabrina Green, Saphira Sullivan, Kiera Sullivan, Eliezer Sullivan, Ivena Sullivan, and Ezekiel Sullivan. His life revolved around his whole family, especially his grandkids. They brightened his whole world and made his life worth living. He was a hard worker and had many different jobs. He was a jack of all trades and took tremendous pride in his work. Galyn was the strongest, most stubborn man one could know. He was also a caring, kind man who would have given his shirt off his back for anyone in need. He had a very unique way of being ornery with whomever it was, whether it was a co-worker, family, or friend. That was his way of showing you he cared about you. Galyn was a simple man; but was the greatest man. He is loved deeply by those around him and will be missed every single day. Lives are forever changed without Galyn Sullivan in it. But there will always be love in our hearts for him, forever and always.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, September 7, 2019


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Christina Lively

September 2, 2019

This in one of the greatest guys ive ever had enter my life. Ive watched him be an amazing father and gramdpa. He always found a way to make you smile. I will never forget the hugs, the picking on everyone he loved and giving me so my crap about not wearing my glasses to see. One truly magnificent man. You are going to be loved and missed always. Love you so much galyn.