Brian Patrick Sullivan

Jul 16 1955
Oct 3 2021
66 Years
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania

Brian Patrick Sullivan, 66, of Parkesburg, PA, passed away on Sunday, October 3, 2021 at the Lancaster General Hospital. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Cornelius Frances Sullivan and Rose Marie Ewerth Sullivan.

Brian received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Temple University and then continued his education at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh where he obtained a Master’s degree.

He was employed most of his life in the entertainment business as a producer/director.

He is survived by four sons; Jared Sullivan and wife Melissa of Lancaster, Jamison Sullivan and wife Ariel of Parkesburg, Joshua Sullivan and wife Tess of Bethlehem, PA and Jason Sullivan of Parkesburg, two grandchildren; Bianca Rose Sullivan and Rohnan Joshua Sullivan and 11 siblings; Cornelius F. Sullivan, III, Nadine Sullivan, Laureen M. Farr, Christopher John Sullivan, Matthew C. Sullivan, Kathleen M. Boraski, Francine Stafford, Shawn G. Sullivan, Constance R. Sullivan-Blum, Gregory R. Sullivan and Dion G. Sullivan.

In a statement from his eldest son, “ He was the most kind hearted man, I have ever known. Always willing to give the shirt off of his back to those that needed it. He is the type of man I hope to live up to and be remembered as. Through him my brothers and I learned so much of music and culture, domestic and foreign. He was a light of hope and dignity in a world of shadows, and I will always be proud to say that I am his son. He left too early, truth be told I thought he’d outlive me. But to quote one of his favorite artists: ‘ only the good die young’ “.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family. But will be announced shortly.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg. Online Condolences can be posted at 



My sincere condolences. A 20 year friend. Worked with Brian at Sunoco & Superior. Simply a man that I enjoyed being in his company. Humble & kind . Intellectual & funny. RIP Brian .




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My dear friend always in my heart.

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I had the pleasure of working with Brian for over 20 years. He was a dear friend as well. Such a loss to go so soon. 

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Brian was a kind soul and very good friend and co worker for 20 + years . You will be deeply missed and never forgotten 💔 😢.

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I had the pleasure of working with Brian for many years at Sunoco.  Shared many conversations and laughs.  My sincere condolences to his entire family           



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Keeping your family in my prayers and sending my deepest condolences. So sorry for such a heart breaking loss. 

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