Sunday, November 17, 2019

Tom Sullivan service well-attended

   The Ebbetts Pass Fire Station was full on Saturday, November 16, 2019 for the Tom Sullivan service.

   Elected officials Supervisor
Merita Callaway and CCWD Director Bertha Underhill were in attendance representing District 3.

   Also present was a contingency of right wing Republicans like out of power Oliveira and Vickie Reinke of the local GOP, since Sullivan was extremely active in politics.

    Elizabeth Montgomery, whom we have written about regularly, came over to say hello and shake our hands, using the word  "famous". Al Segalla was also present.

   The local fire chief and other fire officials did a good job, although the sound was not so good. The fire bell didn't go off until the bugle was playing TAPS.

   There was no music other than the bugle at the end.  An Irish wake was apparently held at Independence Hall after the service.

   There were no brawls!!  Tom Sullivans EIGHT children and 26 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren

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