R.I.P.: Jerry Sullivan, died 1881, buried Boothill Cemetery, Tombstone, Arizona.
Heather Anne O'Sullivan Ryan
Barry O'Sullivan in Papua New Guinea
Barry O'Sullivan, Shaolin Kempo Master (see Hall of Fame Gallery IV), with local tribe in Papua New Guinea.
Patron visiting Malahide Castle, ancestral home of the illustrious Talbot clan, April 17, 2011
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter with the new Deputy Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan and Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan
History was made in Ireland on March 22, 2011 when 50-year-old Noirín O’Sullivan was appointed to the second most powerful rank in the Irish police force. O’Sullivan is the first female to be appointed as the Deputy Commissioner in the force, following a landmark cabinet decision.
Brig. General Jeremiah Cutler Sullivan. (1830-1890), 58th Illinois (First Irish), Commanded Federal Dept. of Western Tennesee in1862, U.S. War Between the States. Resided in San Francisco in 1884.
Officer Andrew O'Sullivan
Bashed Wairoa constable Andrew O'Sullivan says he won't be turning his back on anyone again after a Boxing Day attack left him injured and on light duties.
Mr O'Sullivan was assaulted after stopping a car at Mahia. He was one of four police officers attacked last month.
Private First Class Blaine Sullivan
Army Pfc. Blaine Sullivan lost his leg while saving a fallen Afghan ally in Sangsar, the town where Mullah Mohammad Omar founded the Taliban movement and called its first meeting. Coalition troops had not been there since 2007, considering it too dangerous. But when the Taliban turned the rural village into a bomb making center, Sullivan and his fellow Alpha Company soldiers, members of the Army's 101st Airborne Division, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Platoon, parachuted into the Sangsar area to hit the enemy where it lives. The wounded Afghan soldier had stepped on a mine and had lost his right leg. Sullivan and his American comrades "… loaded the ANA soldier into a stretcher and started carrying him back to the helicopter landing zone. No more than five or ten feet after picking him up, the explosion went off. I remember flying a few feet through the air and landing on my stomach. I remember having my head to one side and seeing just brown dust everywhere. I remember hearing one of my buddies, Specialist Moore, talk to me. He was talking to me, and once he stopped talking to me I woke up ... in Germany." Sullivan's right leg was so damaged it had to be amputated above the knee.
Bagpiper Jim Glover of Oakdale leads the first car driven by Montville Mayor Joe Jaskiewicz over the Old Colchester Road bridge at Oxoboxo Lake that was closed for 21 weeks for repairs. He played O'Sullivan's March.
Catherine O'Sullivan, Dancer
Catherine O'Sullivan strutted her stuff in Wellington Town Hall, where more than 200 hopefuls took the first tentative dance steps that could see them appear on stage wearing out-of-this-world garments at the World of Wearableart Awards. Miss O'Sullivan, 26, said her nerves were jumpy but she drew on her experience as a dancer with the Southern Ballet Company, in Christchurch, to settle herself ahead of the audition for WOW models and dance.
Tim Sullivan, CEO Bucyrus Corp.
Tim Sullivan has been chosen as “Executive of the Year” for 2010 for the Milwaukee area by The Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee. Sullivan has led Bucyrus International, Inc. through a year of dramatic change, which included a blockbuster deal to sell the mining equipment manufacturer to industrial giant Caterpillar Inc. The deal with Caterpillar is just one of the many major actions taken by South Milwaukee-based Bucyrus this year under Sullivan’s direction.
Two-time Emmy nominee Susan Sullivan is well known to television audiences for her starring role as Maggie in the long-running hit series, "Falcon Crest," not to mention her 11 years as spokeswoman for Tylenol and her recurring role on "The George Carlin Show." She has also starred in the series, "It's a Living," "Rich Man, Poor Man," "Julie Farr, MD" and the short-lived but critically acclaimed "The Monroes."
Dan and Deb O'Sullivan with their thoroughbred "Suilleabhain" at Montpelier, Virginia
Denis O'Sullivan with his space ball
Ashburton, New Zealand farmer Denis O'Sullivan received a gift from outer space nearly forty years ago.
A 20 kilogram, titanium sphere the size of a beachball dropped from the heavens onto his farm in 1972 and has been kept in a corner of his lounge ever since.
Dr. James Sullivan, Fremont, Nebraska
Few physicians can say they've landed an F-14 Tomcat aboard an aircraft carrier...at night...when it was snowing...while the ship's deck was pitching amid 30- to 40-foot swells. But Dr. James L. Sullivan - a fighter pilot turned physician - has done that and more. As a naval aviator, Sullivan had deployments to the Red and Adriatic seas. He escorted bombers during the first Gulf War. He's had near-death experiences, yet Sullivan doesn't talk about those in his new office at Fremont Family Care.
Ashley Sullivan, American Idol Contestant
A Springfield resident is the talk of the Internet, if not America, following her breakout performance on the season premiere of “American Idol” Wednesday night.
Ashley Sullivan, 25, successfully persuaded two of the three judges to allow her to live another day on the nationally televised program that for the past decade has beat the bushes for the latest top pop star.
Julia Sullivan: The Indefatigable Sullivan Spirit
HENDERSON, NEBRASKA — Julia Sullivan loves to show photos of herself doing things “just like anybody else.”
Born with no hands and arms that end at her elbows, and with no legs at all, the 15-year-old Aurora High School sophomore isn’t like anybody else. Elementary students at Heartland Community School would agree that’s because she’s better than almost everybody else.
Patrick Sullivan of Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, walks in last year's St. Patrick's Day parade in Downpatrick.