Craig S. Sullivan

October 16, 1943February 21, 2018

Craig (Stetson) Sullivan, 74 of Norwood, died at home, February 21, 2018. Born on October 16, 1943 in Worcester, he was the son of the late Roland and Barbara Strout Sullivan. A 1961 graduate of Natick High School, Craig went on to study at Mass. College of Art. He spent the last 22 years working as production director at Tiziani Whitmyre, Inc. He was a gifted luthier, artist, fine furniture maker, and craftsman. He spent many happy hours in his wood shop designing and building an incredible range of projects. Craig was married for 49 years to his beloved wife, Jerilyn (Hearn) Sullivan. They lived in Norwood and raised their three children who were much loved by their father. Jennifer (Craig) Chisholm of Wrentham, Christopher (Melissa) of Coventry, Rhode Island, and Geoffrey of Nashville, Tennessee.

He also leaves behind five grand-children who will miss their Papa very much; Riley, Jack, Hailey, Harrison, and Sam.

Much loved brother to Sheila Sullivan (pre-deceased), Lucinda (James) Metsch of Newton, and Rebecca Sullivan of Dennis Port. He also leaves behind many brothers and sisters-in law as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be Sunday February 25, from 2 – 6 pm at Gillooly Funeral Home, 126 Walpole St. (Rt. 1A), Norwood.

A private funeral service and burial is planned.



  • Visiting Hours Sunday, February 25, 2018


  • Funeral and Interment Private

Craig S. Sullivan

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Kevin Sears

March 2, 2018

Today, I learned from my Mom about the passing of your husband and father and I wanted to express my deepest sympathies during this difficult time. I will be thinking of you all in the days ahead. In high school, I remember all the times he helped with the band and what felt like moving all our instruments over the entire world. My parents also send their condolences to you and your extended families.

February 25, 2018

So very sorry. I will always remember happy times with the PMA

Ninette Cummings

Jason Dodd

February 25, 2018

Words can't express my sympathy and sorrow for you during this time.
Craig had an endless curiosity about life. He enjoyed learning new things across his wide variety of interests, from technology to music. And his devotion to family brought joy to others around him. I take comfort in knowing he was surrounded by people he loved who will remember him for the rest of their lives.


February 25, 2018

February 23, 2018

Jeri and Chris- I am so sorry. Craig was a special man. I think of all of you every time I see my son Christopher's company logo which was kindly created by Craig.
Ellen McGowan