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Lawrence "Jeff" Jeffery Sullivan

June 13, 1964 - July 16, 2018

Lawrence Jeffery Sullivan “Jeff”, our beloved brother, father and spouse has gone home to be received by his parents Dennis and Jannette Sullivan. Jeff passed on July 16, 2018. He was a gentle kind soul we all loved. Born on June 13, 1964 in Stayton OR, primarily grew up in Salem. He was raised in a large Catholic family, as the youngest of 7 children.  He attended St Joseph’s school, Cummings Elementary, Whittaker JR High and McNary High School. Jeff spent 6 years in the Army National Guard traveling to Korea, fighting forest fires and just enjoying the chance to serve his country. Jeff married in 1995 to Leisa giving the family a step son Chris (Kaden and Annabelle grandchildren) and his daughter Shanna Sullivan. He later married again and is survived by his wife Shana Sullivan. To Jeff’s nephews and nieces, he was the fun uncle. He played basket ball with them he rode a motorcycle all the fun stuff was Jeff.  Jeff loved his family, motorcycles and his work. He worked for many years in the plastic extrusion business he loved the challenge of the math and variables. He later worked at Jeldwen windows again the challenges of manufacturing variables. Jeff loved his Oregon Ducks Football, the family camping trips, playing pool and fishing with his father.

Our brother, father and spouse has gone to meet the Lord and to be in the arms of his parents. He is survived by his own children and siblings Nancy (Rick), Peggy, Mary (Dan), Patrick (Dori), Karon (Stan), and Sharon(Dave). He also has many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flower the family is asking for donation to Alzheimer’s Association

A Graveside service will be 10:00am Saturday, July 21, 2018 at St. Mary's Catholic (Stayton) cemetery on the Regis Street side, followed by a picnic lunch at 11:00 am the Pioneer Park in Stayton, OR.

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I'm so sorry to hear about Jeff. He was always so kind, so friendly, and always made me feel like he was happy to see me. A sweet man with a good heart, and lots and lots of tales to tell, tall or not,only God & Jeff know. RIP Jeff.