Barry M. Sullivan
July 19, 1947 – May 28, 2018
Barry M. Sullivan was born on July 19, 1947 in Stuart, Florida and passed away on May 28, 2018 in Melbourne, Florida
- Visitation Sunday, June 3, 2018
- Funeral Service Sunday, June 3, 2018
Barry M. Sullivan
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June 1, 2018
To Penny,Candy,Cindy and the Sullivan/Brooks families. My sincere sympathy for your loss of Barry.
My fondest memory of Barry is from years ago---he was a teen-ager. I had dropped in at the little grocery store to see Pappy
Sullivan at the trailer park. Pappy was out and Barry was tending the store. The cold drink cooler box was just inside the
front door. Barry was shaking several cola drinks, popping off the bottle caps and spraying them all over he place as he
chased a friend around and around, both laughing their heads off.
Many years later I saw Barry still smiling as he delivered the mail to residents at the rest home. Always friendly and
entertaining --- Wish I could be with you --- we'll miss him. Love, Uncle Davis Bulluck (94)
May 31, 2018
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. I did not know Barry but I felt like I did from all of the memories shared by my sister in law Penny and brother in law John on Facebook. The love and care shown to Barry over the years was so evident and there is no doubt that Heaven gained an Angel and many he left behind have such sweet loving memories to carry them though. God bless you Penny and John Crowder and Family. We love you and May you RIP Barry. Sincerely,
Tina and Tommy Crowder & Family
May 30, 2018
Barry was like my child for the last 23 years. He gave me more love and sweetness than I can say. He called me most everyday , sometimes 3 times a day just to say ‘“Hey Baby!”. He gave me a mission and a reason to keep going. Someone needed me.
I will love him and miss him always. Barry loved those people at Consulate and felt like they were his grandmas and grandpas when he first got there. He was there for 23 years and welll loved by all who knew him. God bless and keep you brother until we meet again...your sister...Penny