Margaret Hall Sullivan, 96, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away March 13, 2007. Born August 6, 1910, Yolanda, Alabama, to John H. Clark Hall and Stella Clifton Hall. Resident of Pueblo, Colorado since 1972. Preceded in death by her husband, Foster K. Sullivan; brother, David Hall; sister, Juanita Duncan; and son, John T. Sullivan. Survived by son, Dr. Wallace (Wynona) Sullivan, Pueblo; grandchildren, Bambi Dawn Sullivan, Denver, Kelli Sullivan, Indianapolis, Indiana, Ashley (Leroy) Valdez, Pueblo West, Allison (Jerry) Butkovich, Phoenix, Arizona, and Lad (Shelly) Sullivan, Cripple Creek; great grandchildren, Joshua (Emily) Sisneros, Noreen Albo, Jonpaul and Brittni Ursick, Bryan and Amy Butkovich, and Gentry O. Sullivan; great-great grandchildren, Cameron Clausen and Layla Sisneros. Also survived by sisters, Morna Smith, Conroe, Texas and Sister Dorthie Ann, Savannah, Missouri. Margaret leaves a great legacy, the love of her family, her strong Christian faith, music, growing beautiful flowers and, especially, helping others. She and her family truly appreciate the wonderful staff and caregivers at the Pavilion at Villa Pueblo. A memorial celebration will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 17, 2007, Meditation Room, Pavilion at Villa Pueblo. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Internment at a later date in the Sullivan cemetery, Greensburg, Kentucky. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to KTSC-TV Rocky Mountain PBS, 2200 Bonforte Boulevard, Pueblo, CO, 81001. Online condolences, Margaret Hall Sullivan August 6, 1910 - March 13, 2007 Margaret grew up and was educated in Stearns, Kentucky, a coal mining and lumber town in the Appalachian Mountains. She was a life-long Christian and member of the Southern Baptist congregation. She married Foster Sullivan, a farmer from Green County, Kentucky, whose family had emigrated from Ireland in 1650. They were hard working and loving parents, who had two sons, John T. Sullivan, a television producer in Lexington, Kentucky, and Dr. Wallace Sullivan, of Pueblo. Margaret worked with various SRDA programs until failing health forced her retirement in 2000, at the age of 90. She loved music, playing the organ and piano. She was a life member of the order of the Eastern Star. She enjoyed her family, especially her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.

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  1. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to all of the Sullivan family. Grandma Margaret was a very wonderful person, and will be greatly missed and fondly remembered.

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