Linda Lee Sullivan had a huge heart, but her liver tried to catch up to its size. Consequently, her soul departed on the morning of July 29th, 2022.
Linda spent her early years in Falls Church, Virginia, before migrating to Northern New Hampshire. She loved daytime television, fruit salads, and the "long boxes" of Kleenex. She spent every moment she was comfortably able to outdoors. She cared for small birds and chipmunks (adorably referred to as "chipmooses") that would frequent her porch. Her neighbors turned best friends Donny G, Patrick, Jameson, and many others helped keep the conversation going when the birds were quiet. Though a woman of Jesus, Linda spent her life properly raising hell with those she loved around her. She enjoyed traveling and exploring when she could. She would only eat the tops of bagels. She possibly invented placing extra sharp cheese blocks into the dip part of celery and adding a sprinkle of lemon pepper. She would want you to go try it. She was the definition of a ridiculously free spirit. May she finally find true freedom.
She went off to join her mother, Betty Kirkpatrick, her brother Tommy Sullivan (with his wife Salina), and childhood friends Molly and Barbra on the other side. She is survived by her father George Thomas Sullivan, daughters Mary Katherine Crooker and Kelli Robinson, nephews Nathan, Brian, and Brad Sullivan, cousins Hank and Betsy, her Falls Church family Darlene, Bea, JR, Mike, Gary and many, many other amazing friends and relatives (we know she'll be upset but there are too many to list).
A Celebration of Life will take place on the internet, a date for which is yet to be announced. While that celebration is planned, we ask that you honor Linda's last request, and "GO DO SOMETHING FUN".
The Bryant Funeral Homes of Berlin and Gorham, NH is assisting the family with the arrangements. Memories, stories and condolences may be shared online at www.bryantfuneralhome.net