Funeral services for Thomas William Sullivan, for half a century
engineer with the Portland Electric Power company and
long-time resident here, will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St.
John's Catholic church, followed by interment at the Catholic
cemetery. He died late Saturday following a long illness.
Mr. Sullivan was born in Ireland and came to the United States
with his parents when 16 months old. He was educated at Rome,
N. Y., then settled at Watertown, N. Y., where he was associated
with the Watertown & Ogdensburg Railroad company.
Mr. Sullivan was the youngest mayor of Oregon City, serving from
1891 to 1893, and for 20 years was Clackamas county chairman
for the Red Cross.
Survivors include the widow, Marguerite Mann Sullivan; four sons,
Thomas William Jr., Roger Talbot, John Paul and James Eugene
Sullivan, all of Oregon City, and by two sons and a daughter, Frank,
George and Katie Sullivan, all of Portland, by a former
marriage. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Henry Isnecker, Rome, N.
Y., and a brother, Frank, also of Rome.