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1949 Freeman 2020

Freeman Jackson Sullivan

October 9, 1949 — November 3, 2020

Freeman Jackson Sullivan was born on October 9, 1949, to William Taft Sullivan and Flonnie Frances Sullivan. He departed this earthly life on November 3, 2020.
Jack loved the simple country life. He enjoyed working on cars, hunting, fishing, and hanging out in his barn. A simple man he was, but to those whose path he crossed they would find many precious memories of him and would recall him to be somewhat of a handful. Jack (Spooter), as most knew him, was a hardworking man. He had lots of love for his family and friends but had a complicated way of showing it. Those who knew him well knew that he was a man of few words unless you made him mad. He would not hesitate to help you out in any way that he could. Once you would break his hard exterior, you would discover a man who had a loving spirit inside and all who knew him loved him dearly.
He is preceded in death by his parents, his brothers, William Arthur Sullivan and Emanuel Taft Sullivan, and his sister, Deedie May Sullivan Davis.
He leaves to cherish his memories: his son and wife, Freeman Jacky Sullivan and Marcia Kay Sullivan; and his brother, Kenneth Bruce Sullivan.

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Memorial Service:
Sunday, November 15
1:30 PM
Temple Baptist Church
1250 S. Pollock St.
Selma, NC 27577
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