LIBERTY, Mo. – Francis William “Bill” Sullivan, 92, of Liberty, Missouri, handed away peacefully March 8, 2021, at property surrounded by his loving family members. Monthly bill was born Feb 7, 1929, in St. Joseph, to James Sullivan and Katherine (Perkins) Sullivan. He graduated from Benton Substantial University, attended St. Joseph Junior School, then honorably served in the U.S. Military as a radio repairman. Monthly bill proudly served a 37 calendar year vocation with the U.S. Postal Service.
In 1957 Invoice participated on the workforce with his lifestyle-extensive friend, John Musser, who set the Guinness Environment document for longest marathon water skiing. In 1958 Bill married Margaret Fanning and with each other they elevated their four daughters in St. Joseph.
Soon after retirement, Bill and Margaret relished traveling and visited most U.S. Countrywide Parks. Bill’s legacy consists of the like of household, his deep Catholic faith and the wonderful outdoor such as tenting, fishing and golfing. Every single summer time Monthly bill, Margaret and their 4 youthful daughters loaded into the spouse and children station wagon with tent camper in tow to journey throughout the U.S. Monthly bill and Margaret’s adventurous spirit to check out, camp, hike and fish remains an critical tradition and way of lifestyle for their four daughters and their households.
Bill is survived by his loving spouse, Margaret, of 62 decades and their four daughters, Patty (Bob) Shipley, Mary (Pat) Shea, Pam (Patrick) Sams, Kathy (Mark) Yates seven grandchildren and two wonderful-grandchildren.
Bill was preceded in death by his dad and mom and 5 siblings, Ruth, Agnes, Joe, Raymond and Gene.
The loved ones is setting up a personal Catholic provider with burial at Mt Olivet Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, be sure to mail donation to Parkinson’s Basis at www.parkinson.org/giveheartland.
On the internet condolence and obituary at www.ruppfuneral.com. As revealed in the St. Joseph Information-Push.