Remembering Somerville Police Officer Edward Sullivan Rest in Peace

20140702-110611.jpg
Ed served the City of Somerville with pride and distinction. Ed always welcomed you with a warm smile and firm handshake. He was a great person loved by his brother and sister officers, family and friends. He will be missed – but never forgotten. Deputy Chief Michael S. Cabral

10 thoughts on “Remembering Somerville Police Officer Edward Sullivan Rest in Peace”

  1. Thank you for your kind words Deputy Chief Michael Cabral. An official obituary will be posted in the Boston Herald but here is the info I have on his memorial service. Sincerely, Laurie (Bennett) Cushing (daughter of Eddie Sullivan)

    A memorial service will be held in his honor at Doherty Funeral Home, 855 Broadway, Somerville, MA Friday, July 11th, 4-7PM

    1. Laurie, I am sorry about your losing your Dad. I’ve known Eddie for a lot of years, he will be missed. Thoughts and prayers.

      1. Thank you Mike. I have fond memories of you both (and many others) at the softball games. I will pass on your condolences to my sister Tracy & brother Jimmy. -Laurie

  2. Thank you mr. Edward Sullivan for your long time service to our city. I respect and Honer every police officer here and all your peers all over the country. We are well protected and knowing this job includes everything from domestic disputes, accedents, drugs, guns, and every kind of law breakers I personaly am very gratefull of all the calls you have responded to in controlling life threatning situations. R.I.P. Officer Sullivan.

  3. My cousin Eddie. In the past few years he travelled a lot; thought about moving to Florida; but he told me Somerville would always be his home! He’ll be missed by so many.

  4. Just a wonderful man and he was loved by us all. We will miss him so very much. My condolences to the family, you are in our hearts. Carol Bailey – AL Post 19 & VFW Dilboy Ladies Auxiliary

  5. Cousin Eddie he followed in the footsteps of his dad, Uncle Eddie,
    always willing to share a Bostonian experience whenever I visited.

    Rest in peace

  6. So many memories and warm thoughts of a wonderful man who knew how to bring out the best in us all… My condolences to you Tracy and everyone…
    R.I.P. and Smile down upon us my friend …

  7. I knew Eddie from back in the 80’s. He was always a gentleman and one of the nicest guys I’ve met. We will miss him. My condolences to the family.

Leave a Reply