Mark Sullivan, 58 of Amarillo, Texas was called to his heavenly home on August 20, 2021 while surrounded by his family in Amarillo, Texas.
Mark was born on December 26, 1962 in Northwest Texas Hospital to Doris Daylenne and Jimmy Sullivan.
Graveside Services will be held Friday, August 27, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at Llano Cemetery East. Arrangements are under the personal care of Lighthouse Funeral & Cremation Services of Amarillo.
The family will receive visitors from 5:00-8:00 p.m. on August 26, 2021 at Lighthouse Chapel located at 3707 Wolflin Ave, Amarillo, Texas. 79102.
Mark was a kind, stubborn father, son and grandfather. He was a jack of all trades from welding to remodeling homes, and building his dune buggies. He loved going to the Canadian River to go mud bogging and to climb “big red”. He was a kid at heart and loved having fun, he would always say “I’m never going to grow up.”
He was preceded in death by his father Jimmy Sullivan; his sister Vandy Bramblett, as well as his granddaughter, Justice Sullivan.
He is survived by his mother Doris Daylenne Sullivan; his five children, son, Gary Sullivan; daughter Shawnta Sullivan; son, Charles Sullivan; daughter, Brandy Sullivan, all of Amarillo, and his son, Timothy Sullivan of Clovis. He is also survived by his stepsons James and Jerry Loveday of Amarillo. Mark has twelve grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, all of whom he loved.
If you could see me now, you wouldn’t shed a tear.
Though you may not understand why I’m no longer here.
Remember my spirit, that’s the real me.
I’m still very much alive, oh, if you could only see!
I’ve beheld our Father’s face. I’ve touched my Savior’s hand.
The angels all rejoiced as I entered the Promised Land.
Beyond the gates of pearl, I walk on golden streets.
I’ve touched the walls of jasper, dipped my foot in the crystal sea.
The beauty is beyond words, nothing can compare.
I’ve even seen your mansion; someday I will meet you there.
Allow Jesus to be your guide, His word will show you the way.
So, please, don’t cry, we will meet again someday!
Mark you were the best brother inlaw their was rip brother
I’ve got many memories of Mark in the short time that I’ve known him. But my most favorite if the day he was helping me with my truck but had to leave to go pick his son up from the bus station. He asked if he could bring him back here I said of course. He is now my very best friend and my husband. THANK YOU MARK for introducing me to Gary YOU WILL FOREVER BE IN MY HEART. WE LOVE YOU.
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Mark Sullivan ll
My condolences to his children and prayers…
Miss u bro we had a lot of fun in our time u were like a brother to me we been friends for a very long time my friend and I see u in heaven one day bfo remember u were my brother God bless my friend. Paul Garcia
Mark was a good friend of mine for 35 years. There’s not alot nice I can say about him. But he had no filter. He say what he felt when he felt it. But if anyone needed work done he was the first one there and I last one to leave. I’ll miss him alot. He is blessed no more pain. Rip.