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William "Billy" Eugene Sullivan
September 13, 1990 ~ June 26, 2023 (age 32) 32 Years Old
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William “Billy” Eugene Sullivan, 32, entered into rest on Monday, June 26, 2023.
Billy is survived by his mother: Reginalee Kennedy-Sullivan, his sister: Victoria E. Sullivan and her husband Jeremiah Moses Elliott, his fiancé: Krista Suchy, and his grandfather: Carl E. Schlebusch. Billy is preceded in death by his father: Larry Murice Sullivan, his grandfather: Eugene L. Kennedy and his wife Kacy, his aunt: Martha Joyce Hadezel, and his great grandmother: Regis Scott Kennedy.
Billy was born in Arizona, but always called Wagener, SC his home. He grew up riding on dirt roads and enjoyed fishing and bonfires. If you asked him he would say proudly “I'm a simple southern boy, a diehard Clemson fan, and an animal lover”.
Billy worked at Eudora Farms for many years. He was an animal care keeper, then became a camel handler. After much dedication, Billy became a manager of an educational animal unit. Throughout his years working at Eudora Farms, the Nisbet family became family to Billy.
Billy met the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life with in 2019, Krista. He once told us that he knew from the first time he met her that she would be the light in his darkness, and she was. They completed each other and drove each other to do better. The love and support they have for each other can be seen miles away. She is and always was his better half. She made him a better man and he knew it. They never had biological children, but they had their precious fur babies: Oreo and Chancey.
Billy had such a sweet and kind soul he never met a stranger nor an enemy. He tried to treat every person with the same respect and love. He was a light of joy and radiated love. Billy will be forever missed and loved.
A Service Celebrating Billy’s life will be at 5 pm on Friday, June 30, 2023, at the Chapel of Blizzard Funeral Home. Visitation will follow the service.