Allison “Elaine” Sullivan

Allison “Elaine” Sullivan
Allison “Elaine” Sullivan

Allison “Elaine” Sullivan, 61, of Amarillo, TX, passed away August 1, 2020.

Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Elaine was born in Amarillo on November 10, 1958, to Mildred and Richard Gill.

Elaine married Bill Sullivan in Amarillo on April 1,1977. They were married for 43 years.

Elaine’s favorite activities were softball, bowling, and trips to Las Vegas to hit the Keno machine. She was known by many of the slot attendants at her favorite places, Vegas Club and Main Street Station. In 2016, she surprised Bill with tickets to an AC/DC concert at the MGM and described it as the “Best. Concert. Ever!”

Elaine was a big dog lover and will leave behind sweet Patches and Riley. Fred, Boz, Tisha, Biscuit and Zeus welcome her upstairs with kisses and wagging tails.

Elaine loved being a grandma, “Grams,” to sweet Corlen, Channing and Chaden. Her grandkids brought the biggest smile to her face. Elaine had a special friendship with her sister, Kathy, with whom she could share anything.

Survivors include her husband Bill Sullivan; two sons Eric Sullivan, Chad Sullivan and wife Chauna; brother Rex Gill; two sisters Kathy Colburn and Debby Ponder; grandkids Chaden, Channing and Corlen; and many other loved extended family. Special friends include Uncle Charlie Wheeler and son-from-another-mother Josh Macon.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to Chloe’s Canines Dog Sanctuary through PayPal.

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The immediate family will hold a celebration of life at a later date.

Copy and paste the links to donate or view the video tribute for Allison “Elaine” Sullivan.  The links are live on our Facebook page.

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13 Replies to “Allison “Elaine” Sullivan”

  1. Bill, Eric, Chad and entire Sullivan family-

    so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Elaine will be missed. Love you guys.

    Amy and Kenny Barnes

  2. The most genuine smile and kindest heart of just about anyone I’ve ever known. She was a wonderful lady and she will be missed by all! My thoughts and prayers go up for Bill and Eric and Chad

  3. Elaine , you will forever be missed ! I will always remember the good times we had at bowling alley and in Las Vegas. Hank loved you and Bill and so did I, to your family much love and Prayers for strength in this difficult time. I know that Hank gave you the biggest hug when he saw you.

  4. My Sweet Elaine….I’m not even sure how to put in words how much I love you and miss you so much. We go back a long ways…everything fun in my life seemed to be with you. I miss your laugh so much. I thank you for putting up with my for so many years….but I think that’s what friends do and relieve you at the keno machine so you can go potty. I hope to see you later but not to soon. Love you my dear friend, Bevers

  5. Dear Elaine (aka. Mom),

    You will be dearly missed by anyone whom ever came into contact with you and especially by me and your closest loved ones. The things I will miss most are your smiling face, which would brighten any room, your loving nature towards people & animals & your competitive edginess, which continuously drove you to be the very best at anything you put your mind to. I will love you always and you will memories will forever hold a special place in my heart. ❤️

  6. I miss getting to chat with you when I went to Walmart. I looked forward to catching up while you listened to me fussing at my boys in line. Ha. I have alot of memories with your family in them. I will never forget your kind heart and especially when my boys had fundraisers they knew you’d hook them up ! Thank you for being a friend. Your precious family and friends will miss you but we are also glad there is no more suffering. Many prayers of healing hearts and peace for your husband, boys, grandbabies and other family. ❤❤❤❤❤

  7. What a great lady she was. She will be missed by all that knew her. She welcomed us with open arms from the very beginning in 1995. Prayers to all of the family. With sincere condolences ❤️

  8. Eric, Chad and Bill, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. Elaine was a very special lady. You are all in our thoughts and prayers!

  9. I remember talking to Elaine at Chad and Jeremy Pekar baseball games. I always enjoyed Elaine’s company. I always looked forward to getting to visit a ith Elaine. We have lost a wonderful woman.

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