Celebrating the life of

Paula Theresa Sullivan

Passed away on August 10, 2020

Paula Theresa Sullivan

Paula Theresa Sullivan, 67, passed away Monday, August 10, 2020.   A Memorial Service will be Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 12:00 noon at Fox & Weeks, Hodgson Chapel.  Burial will follow in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. 




I have been with Riverview since Paula moved in. She has been one of my greatest motivators and a close friend. She managed to keep her sense of humor and upbeat personality even when things were really hard for her. She spoke her mind and always advocated for herself and for others. She always found the best funny cat videos and made sure she shared them with me. Not too long ago, we had the best hug (pre-Covid) because we were both so excited about her progress. I was able to spend some time with her recently and tell her how much I love her and how much even though I am the nurse and was supposed to be helping her, she helped me and brought great joy to my life. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.

- Luana Davis, Savannah, Ga

Paula was a ray of sunshine. Even with her illness she became a talented artist. I still have one of her beautiful watercolors. We had so many laughs. No more pain sweet friend.

- Penni Kirkland, Locust Grove, GA

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- Penni Kirkland, Locust Grove, GA

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So sorry to hear about Paula. Prayers for your family.

- Laura Hadsell Gordon, Savannah, GA

Paula was a dear friend from work for many years. I enjoyed visiting her at Savannah Squares and her last residence Riverview. She always had such a good attitude and I loved her quick wit. I still have some of her paintings. She was so talented. I wish I had been able to visit in her final months but I know she is now at peace. I will miss our visits sweet friend.

- Renee Bowles, Savannah , Georgia

I had known Paula since we were 5 years old and reconnected with her after many years. We spoke on the phone almost daily, and I always looked forward to our chats, telling stories and jokes, talking about movies, and just visiting with one another. She was a big part of my day and will be sorely missed. I loved her as a sister. Rest, now, in the angels arms, my friend. You are finally home.

- Patty Slattery , Bradenton, Florida

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Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel