Keith Edward Sullivan

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Keith Edward Sullivan Jr. “Man-Man” was born September 7, 1986 in Columbus, Ohio, to two loving and adoring parents, Tanya Sullivan and Keith Sullivan Sr. He went home to be with the lord on May 16, 2020.

Man-Man, as he was called by everyone who knew and loved him. He attended East High School. He also attended classes through the Urban League.

Keith was a family man who enjoyed spending as much time as he could with his children. His loving smile, kind heart, and pleasant personality formed great partnerships for him; as well as lifetime friendships with those he met as a kid and from working various jobs.

Keith was proceeded in death by his paternal grand-parents, Mary E. Sullivan and John L. Sullivan; and maternal grandfather, John Long.

Keith leaves behind to cherish a lifetime of memories, his grandmother, Constance Carroll; mother, Tanya Sullivan; father, Keith Sullivan Sr.; sisters, Antonette Wilson, Tynisa Long, Keisha Sullivan, Kaylynn Sullivan, Keyonna Sullivan, and Kristen Eggleton; brothers, Keyshawn Sullivan, Chris Wade, and Bryan Sullivan; daughters, Eleah Sullivan, Keyvonni Sullivan, JaiShia Sullivan, Miyangel, Lakeiya Sullivan, Keairi Sullivan, and Keilani; sons, Ezra Sullivan, Isaiah Cole, Keivon Sullivan; and a host of special, cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, close friends and special friends.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Interment at Eastlawn Cemetery.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Thinking of you all.
    While words fail to capture the pain of losing a love one, God sees everything he hears the groans of the oppressed and revives the hearts of the crushed. May God sustain you at this time of great sadness.

  2. Brenda M. Brooks

    It’s so hard to lose someone you love, especially a child and when it happens so unexpectedly, always remember that you have the love and concern of family and friends. So many people care about you and the family and are keeping each and everyone of you in our thoughts and hearts and in our prayers. The Brooks Family,

  3. I want to offer my condolences. Keith had a smile that would light up a room and a personality to match. He had a warm soul. I live in Georgia now or I would come to services. However, I will always have fond memories of him.

  4. Airrika Anthony

    Man Man You will truly be missed, You had that kind of spirit & smile that left a impact on the people you had come in contact with. Watching you be loving and loyal to your friends made me admire the man you were & I am so grateful to have been able share paths with you. We will miss you & Always love you. Rest Up

  5. Will, Ann, & Joy Wilhoite

    We got to know Keith Jr.’s son Ezra when we attended the 8th grade D.C. trip with our daughter. Ezra is a wonderful friend to our daughter as he shows her respect and makes her laugh as they navigate the growing challenges of High School together with Jesus and all their classmates. We’re so sorry for your loss yet are grateful to know that Man-Man and the Lord are smiling as they see Ezra growing in “holy dapper” – increasing in stature, wisdom, & favor with God and man, just like Jesus! (Luke 2:52)
    With love,
    The Wilhoite Family

  6. Dorothy Czarneski

    Kid you don’t know me but I don’t think I’ve ever missed a movie that you played in I love your act it and I love you as a human being I am so terribly sorry about your dad are you George is acting just as well your family means a lot to me and I want you to know I know exactly how you feel I’ve lost mine toTake peace in knowing that he is not here on this earth and all of this violence and all this sickness God be with you Keith my thoughts and prayers for you and your family

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