Joshua Paul Sullivan

April 22, 1985November 3, 2018

It is with deepest sorrow to say that Joshua Paul Sullivan passed away November 3rd at age 33. Josh was born to Paul and Marsha Sullivan in Jacksonville, AR on April 22, 1985.

He is survived by both loving parents, adoring brother Jacob with wife Alexandra, fiancée Felicia Stone, grandmother Joan Spahr, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and countless friends. Josh enjoyed playing guitar by ear, video games with his brother, spending time with family and friends. He will be remembered for his kindness, charming nature, sense of humor, and the immense joy he brought to those around him.

Memorial is Saturday, November 10th at 10am at 2nd Baptist Church Downtown—Little Rock, 222 East 8th Street.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Josh Sullivan Memorial Fund on


  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 10, 2018

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Brandy Harp

November 10, 2018

We always had fun at work. We would always laugh and carry on. I will miss u and ur big smile!!! Work is hard without you. I will always remember you!!!

Miller Lite

November 9, 2018

Josh was the nicest person I haven’t met so many years! I will always remember his kindness. May God be you! I will miss you ! Miller!

Jessica Moore (Myrick)

November 9, 2018

It was 21 years ago that Josh and I met. There isn’t a memory from the age of 12-15 without him in it. I am still in shock that he is gone. I’m so blessed to have known him. He will be missed by many.

Nichole Johnson

November 9, 2018

I'm still in shock...I have so many wonderful and funny memories with Josh that I will cherish forever. I keep hearing his laugh in my head. He was so funny and so sweet. Being around him just always put me in a good mood. I will never forget the many bonfires, the laughs, trying to scare each other on all those Halloween nights, his spotless white truck, him always wearing at least 2 shirts, his cologne, his always clean shoes.. I wish I would have kept in touch with him after all those years. Thank you Joshy for being in my life and for all the memories. I will never forget you.

Erin Lindsey

November 7, 2018

For many years Josh and I were inseparable. We were best friends and we were family. Over the past few days so many memories have flooded my mind. I wanted to share a few of my favorites. On a trip to San Antonio we visited Sea World. Josh was obsessed with penguins so we did the behind the scenes tour. I’ve never seen him smile bigger than when he got to pet a penguin. He named him Frederick. During that same trip they put on a play and chose a member from the audience to play along. Of course they chose Josh. He had everyone laughing hysterically. That’s pretty much what happened anywhere we went...he made people feel good. I will never forget how every Christmas his mom Marsha would wait to decorate her tree until I could be there to help because she knew how much I loved it. One Christmas Josh and his mom made me the best gift I have ever received. I have webbed toes and I always complained to Josh how I couldn’t wear the cute toe socks like everyone else. He and Marsha bought several pairs and modified them until one would fit my feet perfectly. I remember crying when he gave them to me. Josh listened and he cared and always wanted to make others smile. I can think of special moments from every single trip we took..from Gatlinburg, San Antonio, Memphis, Branson, and more. He was the best person to go on a road trip with. We would listen to every Michael Jackson song ever made and he knew every word. All of these things are what I will remember about Josh. I know that even in Heaven he doesn’t have a wrinkle in his clothes, a stain on his shoes, or a hair out of place. There won’t be a day of my life that I won’t miss him, but I smile because I know he’s keeping the angels entertained.

Rick Rucker

November 7, 2018

I have so many memories of Josh it's impossible to pick just one. We worked together for several years at Lowes. Josh was, is, an awesome person. Rarely was Josh not smiling. Josh was my friend. Josh will always be remembered in our hearts and minds. My heart hurts for Josh's family and Felicia. You are and will be missed. Rest In Peace. Josh is in God's hands.

Pamela Neale

November 6, 2018

I have so many amazing memories with Josh. Y’all’s house was like a second home to me my senior year of high school and during college. He had this awesome sense of humor! Always smiling and making everyone around him laugh! He was so kind hearted too! My favorite memory is when Jake and I went down to Florida when he was living there. We just had so much fun those few days we were down there hanging out with him! Josh will be missed! Taken way too soon. Y’all are in my thoughts and my prayers!
With love,

Valerie Carr (Leonard)

November 6, 2018

Marsha, Paul, Jake, and Sullivan Family: I cannot tell you how sorry I am. I loved Josh as if he was my other brother. Josh and Garrett took me on countless adventures. Josh was such a care free spirit, and I CHERISH every moment that I got to spend with him. I love you all, and am praying for peace and comfort.