BREWER – John J. Sullivan Jr., 84, husband of 52 years of the late Emma (Harding) Sullivan, died March 1, 2006, at a Bangor healthcare facility. He was born June 16, 1921, in York, the son of John and Vivien (Small) Sullivan Sr. John attended schools in York Village, Freedom Academy and graduated from Goodwill Hinckley. He was a U.S. Merchant Marine during World War II and worked for the Maine Central Railroad. He was a member of the Anah Shriner’s as Foot Patrol and Drum and Bugle Corps and a charter member of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church of Brewer. John was also a mall walker for many years and volunteered for Cole’s Museum. John will be remembered for always being there when he was needed by family. He is survived by two daughters, Edith V. Sullivan and her best friend, James Walters, of Orrington, Catherine A. Sullivan of Bangor; two grandchildren, Michelle Clement and her husband, Paul, of Newburgh, Joseph L. Locke and his wife, Breeanna, of Bangor; two great-grandchildren, Paul Clement II and Taylor M. Clement; three nephews, Steven Sullivan of Thomaston, James Sullivan of Bath; and special nephew, Paul Harding and his partner, Lynn Ward, of Rockland. In addition to his wife and parents, he was predeceased by a son, John J. Sullivan III; and two brothers, E. Francis and Allen M. Sullivan. In keeping with his request services will be private. Spring interment will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Freedom. Gifts in John’s memory may be sent to a charity of one’s choice. A service of Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor.