Monnette Weir Sullivan

Monnette Weir Sullivan

December 01, 1923 - June 03, 2011

Monnette Weir Sullivan

December 01, 1923 - June 03, 2011


Monnette ‘Lucky’ Sullivan passed away at her home Friday, June 3rd. She was born December 1, 1923 in Warren, OH, the daughter of William Ward & Mildred Grosse Weir.

In 1945 she married Captain William P. ‘Sully’ Sullivan and began an adventure in marriage that lasted 58 years, spanned the globe and brought 5 children and 2 grandchildren. Sully preceded her in death in 2003 while they were living in Honolulu, Hawaii.

She is missed by her brother, William Wallis Weir of San Diego, CA; daughter Kelly Sullivan Alessandro, Laguna Niguel, CA; son Richard Sullivan, Charlotte, NC; twin daughters Michelle Kerr, Waikoloa, HI & Patricia Sullivan, San Rafael, CA; son David Sullivan, Albuquerque, NM; and granddaughters, Lauren and Madeline Sullivan of Charlotte, NC.

A memorial service will be held at Coast Hills Community Church, Aliso Viejo, CA at 11:00 on July 23rd.

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15 responses to Monnette Weir Sullivan

  1. Condolences and prayers of comfort from the Bush family.

  2. I already made a comment but befor I saw all those wonderful photos. What a beautiful photo album What a beautiful couple, what a beautiful family!!!

  3. My husband Bill and I have such fond memories of Lucky,. We had so many fun times with Lucky and Sully and the whole family.
    We will never forget either of them.
    Our hearts go out to all the family as we know their loss is great.

  4. We were so fortunate to have known Monnette! She was truly a loving , classy remarkable woman. I first met Monnette when she just was moving to California….Max was having his first birthday and we had a dinner party…for those of you who dont know…Max is my baby..but a dog….She had a great time as we all did.! Monnette was a joy to be around and will be dearly missed! My love to you all during this difficult time…but she is so happy now…and I think having a cocktail with Mom:

  5. Kelly, Richard and Family,

    Our sincere condolences to all of you on the loss of such a special lady. We really enjoyed meeting your mom and spending time with her at different bible study gatherings. We feel blessed to have known her and we lift you all up in our prayers for strength and peace during a trying time. May she be dancing in Heaven as I type.

    Much love,

    The Dillon Family
    Mike, Karen, Kristen and Kaela

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