Harold P. Sullivan
|Posted 2021-02-21 by Pat R|
|Wickenburg Sun (Wickenburg, Arizona)|
Thursday, March 23, 1972, p. 1 & 2
H. P. Sullivan Rites Friday
The community mourns the death of Harold P. Sullivan, veteran railroad man, public servant and war veteran which occurred at Community Hospital March 19 following an extended illness.
Rosary will be at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the Wickenburg Funeral Home with a requiem mass at St. Anthony's Catholic Church Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial will be in the Wickenburg Cemetery. An honor guard from Ft. Huachuca will conduct the military service at graveside.
Pallbearers will be Bob Sullivan, Jim Cope, Lloyd Walter, Emmett Savage, Charles De Lio and Fan McKelvey. Honorary pallbearers will be John Mansfield, H.K. MacLennan, James Berger and Garth Brown.
He was born March 8, 1896 in Burlington, Texas.
During his more than 45 years a resident of Arizona Mr. Sullivan was a telegrapher for the Santa Fe Railroad during 40 of those years, stationed in Wickenburg, Congress, Salome, and Castle Hot Springs Junction.
He served as mayor of Wickenburg from 1936 through 1942 and was "Ross" of the Roundup Club for two terms. A veteran of World War I, he took an active part in veteran affairs, serving as commander of both the local American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts.
Mr. Sullivan is survived by his wife Elizabeth (Betty); a daughter Mrs. Patricia Calvano of San Diego; a sister, Rosalie Wolkerstorfer, St. Paul, Minn., two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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