John (Haywood) Sullivan

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John (Haywood) Sullivan
Residing In Acworth, GA USA
Spouse/Partner Kate Sullivan
Occupation Retired 2014
Children None
Seven Cats, 6 Maine Coons and a rescue
Julia, Winston, Sarah, Charlotte, Angus, Malcolm, More…Jimi
Yes! Attending Reunion
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Lived in the Atlanta area since 1996
Married Kate in August 1986. We met on a blind date when we lived in California
Spent my working life in the pharmaceutical business
Kate retired in 2018.
We spend our time going to Rock Concerts and traveling

School Story

KU, BS 1973. Major: Primitive Cultures
Pepperdine University, MBA 2004

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When in danger, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout.

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Posted on: Mar 03, 2020 at 2:15 PM

I received my KU Alumni Magazine today. I was sad to see Pat Gray Oakson died on November 1. I talked to her on the telephone soon after Oakie died, which was about 16 years ago. I briefly talked with her in person at a KU Football game about 15 years ago. She was with The Count and Ray Wilson's younger brother. She was a nice person. Hope you and yours are well

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Posted on: Dec 18, 2019 at 9:43 PM

With Kate's help, we went through 400 images to download 221 for your enjoyment. The first 201 are from our incredible, fantastic, and most enjoyable 50th reunion. The later 20 are from the most disorganized 45th. I am still learning how to use my camera, as you see. I hope you enjoy the photos. I enjoyed taking them, and the Reunion was one of the most enjoyable times of my life. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year.

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Posted on: Oct 03, 2019 at 12:00 AM

Bill,
Looks like I will be chasing the Big Boy Locomotive from Coffeyville to KC and through Topeka. Tuesday, November 19 I will be overnight in Topeka. I would like to take you and your wife out to dinner. Let me know if you want to, and if so, if there is a Courtyard close by.
770/861-8456. johnsull51@att.net. We barely had time to say hello at the reunion. I had committee duties. So glad you and your wife came. Regards, Haywood

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Barry was my housemate at KU second semester of Freshman year.  This was the Spring Semester of 1970, when some real funky stuff went down, such as the Student Union fire, and Kent State murders.

Our house was a very, very funky house, and there were no cats in the yard. 1017 Delaware, accross from the real old baseball field, and the the Stokley Van Camp Pork and Bean Factory. The house leaned to the right, and it was haunted. I think the only way it continued to stay up was because the termites were holding hands.

Every day was a party.  I hardly remember going to class, but I had my best semester GPA when I lived with Barry. He was an easy guy to get along with, very nice and a good friend.

I got to see him last summer when he visited Glen Stinson. Still a real good guy. We had a couple of brews, some dinner, and told some old stories which made us all laugh.

Rest in pease friend.  I hope you find succor for your pain.

 

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Posted on: Sep 15, 2019 at 10:49 AM

See you this coming week