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Ola Mae Sullivan

February 21, 1913 December 31, 2001
Ola Mae Sullivan
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Ola Mae (Curley) Sullivan, 88 of Friendship, OK passed away on Monday, December 31, 2001. She was born in Lugert, OK on February 21, 1913 to Jim and Ida Morgan. She attended school at Lugert which is now at the bottom of Lake Altus and she attended church at the Mt. Teepee Baptist Church. Later on she was a member of the Friendship Baptist Church.

In 1933 she was united in marriage to Clois Sullivan and thy shared 54 years. From this loving union 6 children were born. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clois, and sons Everett and Clarence, her parents and brothers and sisters.

She is survived by her sons Glenn Sullivan and wife Joy of Norman, John Sullivan and wife Stephanie of Norman, Clois Sullivan of Ft. Worth, daughter Jerry Kay Gore and husband Mike of Choctaw, and daughter in law Joy Marie Sullivan of Altus.

She is also survived by granddaughters Nancy Moore of Ponca ?City, Shannon Friesen of Rowlett, Texas, and Megan Sullivan of Ft. Worth, Texas. Grandsons Glenn Sullivan II of Norman, Kenny Sullivan of Norman, Michael Lee Sullivan of Altus, John Hal Sullivan of Altus, Sean Sullivan of Pewaukee, Wisconsin, Chris Gore of Choctaw, and Todd Gore of Choctaw. She is also survived by eight great grand children.

For many years Curley farmed along with her husband Clois and their sons. She was a big sports fan. When her children were participating in sports at Friendship School she was always in attendance keeping score (in her own score book) and questioning the referees and some of their calls. She was a faithful fan of the Dallas Cowboys, receiving telephone calls from grandsons after the Cowboys had lost a game and especially if the had lost to the Oakland Raiders. The Texas Rangers were also a favorite of hers as she listened to their games on the radio.

Curley loved to cook and her family thoroughly enjoyed the many meals she put before them. She was a cook at Eddie Fisher's Baseball Camp and loved seeing the boys that came to participate in the camp.

Curley will be greatly missed by her many friends and loved ones. Services will be held Friday, January 4, 2002 at 1:30pm in the Chapel of Lowell-Tims Funeral Home in Altus with interment following at the Altus Cemetery. The family will be holding visitation at the funeral home Thursday, January 3, 2002 from 4:00-6:00pm.

1:30 PM

Lowell-Tims Chapel


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