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Floyd Ray Sullivan, 75

Floyd Ray Sullivan, age 75, of the Siloam Community in Macon County, Tenn., passed away April 12, 2009, at the Macon County General Hospital. Funeral services were conducted Wed., April 15, 2009 from the Alexander Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Mike Carson and Brother Dennis Tirjan officiating. Dowell Parrish, Harold Rollin, Tony Farley, and Randy Farley served as honorary pallbearers. Jackie Farley, Michael Jones, Brad Salyer, Timmy McDuffee, James Jackson, and Johnathan Wolfe served as active pallbearers. Interment followed in the Eulia Cemetery in Macon County, Tenn.

Floyd Ray Sullivan was born on April 08, 1934 in Macon County, to the late Virgil L. Sullivan and Opal Elizabeth Farley Sullivan Hall. He married the former Nancy M. White Sullivan Feb. 12, 1955, sharing fifty-four years together and one daughter, Ms. Nancy survives. Besides his parents; grandparents, Johnnie Farley and Toy Farley, also preceded him in death. Floyd Ray worked for Gavco in Gallatin as a truck driver for ten years. He also enjoyed farming, raising cattle and tobacco. In his spare time he loved to go turkey hunting and playing with his dogs and cats. His family was his world, he was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, who always liked to have fun and kid around, he will be greatly missed by his family. Floyd Ray had served in the County Commission for twenty-four years and was active in the Planning Commission. He was a member of the Cedar Bluff Missionary Baptist Church. Besides his wife, Nancy, he is survived by; daughter, Tina (Scott) Wolfe of Lafayette, Tenn., sister, Gail Deering of Scottsville, KY, grandchildren, Ashley Wolfe of Lafayette, Tenn., Johnathan Ray (Cassie ) Wolfe of the Siloam Community in Macon County, Tenn., David (Nadine) Wolfe of Hawaii, great-grandchildren, Alanna Wolfe, Lucas Garrett, Kaylee Wolfe, and Austin Ray Wolfe. Several nieces and nephews, also survive.