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Services Set July 3 for Attorney Sullivan

June 1, 2004- John F. Sullivan, an attorney for the office of Marjorie Roberts in St Thomas, died of cancer May 21 in a hospital in Boston, Mass. He was 47.
A sister, Jennie Jomides, a niece, Maria Jomides, and a great niece Kayla Jomides, all of Boston, survive him.
According to information released, Sullivan lived every moment of his life to the fullest, accepting no obstacle in his quest for happiness. He enjoyed a successful career owning a real estate company in Massachusetts, in his mid thirties he decided to sell it and pursue a career in law. He first finished his degree in accounting at night and then received a degree from Northeastern University School of Law in 1998. Following his dreams, of wanting to practice law and live in the Virgin Islands, he moved to St. Thomas, accepting a position at the office of Marjorie Roberts.
The release further stated he will be remembered by all who knew him as one who always realized the lighter side of things. His witty sense of humor and passion for life always brought smiles and laughter to those around him, even in the toughest of times and even during the last months of his illness.
A memorial service will be held on St Thomas on July 3. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the John F Sullivan Memorial Fund. The scholarships will be available to persons over the age of 30 from the Virgin Islands who are going back to law school. Donations should be sent directly to Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, and be made payable to CFVI/ John F. Sullivan Memorial scholarship fund.

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June 1, 2004- John F. Sullivan, an attorney for the office of Marjorie Roberts in St Thomas, died of cancer May 21 in a hospital in Boston, Mass. He was 47.
A sister, Jennie Jomides, a niece, Maria Jomides, and a great niece Kayla Jomides, all of Boston, survive him.
According to information released, Sullivan lived every moment of his life to the fullest, accepting no obstacle in his quest for happiness. He enjoyed a successful career owning a real estate company in Massachusetts, in his mid thirties he decided to sell it and pursue a career in law. He first finished his degree in accounting at night and then received a degree from Northeastern University School of Law in 1998. Following his dreams, of wanting to practice law and live in the Virgin Islands, he moved to St. Thomas, accepting a position at the office of Marjorie Roberts.
The release further stated he will be remembered by all who knew him as one who always realized the lighter side of things. His witty sense of humor and passion for life always brought smiles and laughter to those around him, even in the toughest of times and even during the last months of his illness.
A memorial service will be held on St Thomas on July 3. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the John F Sullivan Memorial Fund. The scholarships will be available to persons over the age of 30 from the Virgin Islands who are going back to law school. Donations should be sent directly to Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, and be made payable to CFVI/ John F. Sullivan Memorial scholarship fund.