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Jeffrey W. Sullivan
  • Passed away on February 12, 2022

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Jeffrey Wells Sullivan died on February 12, 2022 from complications of lung cancer.  He was 65 years young.  Jeff was a loving son, brother, uncle and friend who won the heart of everyone he met.  He was smart, funny, generous and, above all, kind.

Born to Barbara and Robert Sullivan on April 14, 1956, Jeff started his life in Montclair, New Jersey.  After moving with his family to CA and back to NJ, he graduated from Saddle River High School.  He went on to earn his BA in Economics and a minor in Small Business Management from Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire.

Jeff honed his business skills as the manager of Quail Wine & Spirits in Lakewood, CO, where he developed his passion for fine wines.  He moved on to a successful banking career at Wells Fargo Bank, Key Bank and Guaranty Bank all in and around Denver.

After 36 years in Colorado Jeff retired to The Villages, where he immediately felt right at home.  He pursued his passion for motorcycles buying a Harley and joining the motorcycle club, The Village Nomads.  He enjoyed participating in club rides, Honor Flight rides and exploring his new area with good friends.

Jeff loved his family above all.  He is survived by his step-mother Mary Sullivan, his sister Lynn, her husband Jeffrey Dooley, their two children Johanna and Rosie Dooley as well as his cousins Jim and Libby Herland, Sheila Sullivan and her three children Michael, Geoffrey and Voula Papakonstantinou.

We all love you and miss you, Jeff!  Rest in peace.

Any well-wishers can donate to Villages Honor Flights, Inc, PO Box 490, Lady Lake, FL 32158 or you can donate online at villageshonorflight.org/donate.

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