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Condolences for James M. Sullivan, Jr.

Vlad PaskSunday, April 18th

My condolences to Jim and his whole family.

Stephanie BoyceSunday, April 18th

I'm so deeply sorry for the loss of your true love. I remember how happy you were when you started dating. You were meant to be and you'll be with Jim again one day. You have several Angels surrounding you, and Jim will be with you every day. He's with the Lord our God now, who clearly takes the best souls. I'm truly blessed to have known Jim. He was a great man. You are all in my thoughts and in my prayers. I'm glad that you have Samantha to go through this grieving process, but if you need anything at all, please contact me. I'm always here if you need to talk, no matter what time it is. I love you, and Samantha ❤❤

Marshall PurvisFriday, April 30th

Want to let the family know how terrible I feel from Jimmy's passing. Been trying to write down in words how much Jimmy, Missy and your whole family means to me. But just get choked up every time. I doubt I'd be going to the beautiful musical church I go to if it wasn't for Jimmy and all of you. Or picking myself up from all these surgeries to make it to the Farmer's Market if it wasn't for your mother. Years ago when Brian went with me to New Mexico, I found out that our mom had started to go to lunch with your mom. It didn't surprise me at all. Or that my niece Meghan would marry into such a beautiful family. See, here I go again with tears. Thank you everyone. I know Jimmy is in a very loving and pain free place now. God Bless all of you. And thank you for some of the most beautiful memories of my life.

Mark CollmerSaturday, May 8th

So many memories of those years at the farm

Thomas GoldenTuesday, June 15th

My deepest condolences , I am the guitar player for Obadiah, I just heard about Jimmy's passing. Jimmy was a great friend and blessing to our ministry. I lost contact over the years but always thought of him. He was always missed by the band as a faithful uplifting member and and a nice guy

Andy TaylorTuesday, June 15th

I want to say how sorry I am to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are for your family and friends. My condolences to you all. I knew Jim from the band I was in called Obadiah. I was the drummer. Jim was awesome, he went with us all the time helping in any way he could. He also did our sound.He was so cool and fun to be around. He introduced us to the Sons of God MC ministry who we worked with. So here is an example of how great Jim was, we were going to do a recording in Georgia and we needed to have our equipment down there, my drums and a keyboard cabinet, hammond Leslie, as seen in the picture. So Jim and a friend of his volunteered to drive our stuff down there for our recording. They drove all night while we flew down. He was amazing, never flinched at going to do it, he had the volvo wagon and packed it full. Then when we were done, he drove it back and unloaded it for us.He was awesome. He will surely be missed, but he is with Jesus Christ now entered into his rest in heaven, "well done good and faithful servant Jim" May God comfort your family and friends at this time. God Bless, Andy

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