Edward Lee Sullivan

Feb 2, 1945 – Aug 24, 2014


Edward Lee Sullivan

Edward Lee Sullivan was born February 2, 1945 in Tillamook, Oregon to Harry Levi, and Eva Althea (Tohl) Sullivan.  Edward passed away August 24, 2014 in Seattle, Washington at the age of 69. 

Edward worked for Weyerhaeuser for many years as a Computer Forms Specialist. 

Edward is survived by his wife, Sharon Sullivan; three daughters, Jeanette Hall, Kari Sullivan, and Linda Freeman; his son, Sean Sullivan; a sister, Pearl Johnson; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Visitation for Edward will be held Friday, August 29th from 2:00-5:00pm at Bonney-Watson Federal Way, 1535 SW Dash Point Rd, Federal Way.  The funeral service will be held Saturday, August 30th at 11:00am at Olympic View Friends Church, 201 Browns Point Blvd. NE, Tacoma, WA 98422.



Tom Shull
Sammamish, WA
Aug 28, 2014

I worked with Ed for many years at Weyerhaeuser. He was an integral part of the Forms group, with experience and skills that no one else had, which made him a valuable member of the team.

He was also very entertaining with stories of his life, his family, his church activities, everything. It was clear, through his words and his actions, how devoted he was to his family and church. I know he has left a big hole in many peoples' lives with his passing. Take comfort in knowing that he is now where he lived his life to be.

Rest in peace, Ed. We will all miss you.

Lori Wyckoff
Tacoma, WA
Aug 28, 2014

I was privileged to work with Ed for many, many years at Weyerhaeuser. His positive attitude and integrity was unsurpassed. I loved hearing his many stories about his life growing up. He had so many interesting experiences to share. Ed's father was in many of these stories and must have been a very positive influence in Ed's life. Ed's spiritual devotion was also ever present, and he had a heart full of service and devotion to God. He was also very, very proud of his family and always talked about his kids, wife and grandkids--he really enjoy his time with them. We will miss you Ed!!

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