In Memory

Tom (Boobie ) Sullivan - Class Of 1968

Mr. Thomas Ashley Sullivan Jr. of  Summerville, SC, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, October 10, 2002. The beloved husband of Mrs. Barbara Sullivan, the beloved father of Constance A. Sullivan and Kaysee S. Sullivan of Summerville, and Michelle L. Carson of Whitesulfer, WV, and Kevin W. Carson of Covinton, VA, the beloved son of Dr. Don and Mrs. Doloris Butler also of Summerville.

Tom Sullivan (American football)

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Tom Sullivan
Date of birth: March 5, 1950(1950-03-05)
Place of birth: Jacksonville, Florida
Career information
Position(s): Running back
College: Miami (FL)
NFL Draft: 1972 / Round: 15 / Pick: 378
Organizations
 As player:
1972-1977
1978
Philadelphia Eagles
Cleveland Browns
Playing stats at NFL.com

Thomas Ashley Sullivan (born March 5, 1950 in Jacksonville, Florida) was a professional American football running back with two National Football League teams. His best success came with the Philadelphia Eagles. In his second year with the team, Sullivan surpassed the 900 yard rushing yard mark and in his third year he led the NFL in rushing touchdowns.



 
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09/06/09 01:11 PM #1    

Sylvia Jones (Martin) (1973)

Rest in Peace Boobie you will never be forgotten.

From the Message Forum:

Hi all what's up? As I was looking for more music to download some of the selected songs brought memories for me. Does a particular song remind you of certain events and times in your life? Here is my story:

Song: Girl you too Young-Archie Bell and the Drells

In 1968( 8th Grade), I had this big crush on
Tom ( Boobie) Sullivan a Senior Football Player at Fletcher who went on to attend the U of Miami and play professional ball for the Philadephia Eagles. Well, one night I got my opportunity to finally talk to him , arranged by none other than Joe Black. Well, he met me in the back of the Place ( Tony's) and when I opened my mouth I sounded like the 14 year old that I was. He was like little girl go back inside and talk to me in about 3 or 4 years. My big moment and I blew it! After that he would come into Tony's and play the song mentioned above and I knew it was meant for me(smile). I can still remember some of the lyrics:
“ Girl, you too young, oh yeah, your mama won’t allow it, your pop will shout about it. You're just a little school girl growing up like mad. let's not get started cause how long you think this love will last? Don't make the people hate us. Come back later."

This is my story. What yours? Come on yall don't leave me hanging share your song/story with the group(smile)

PS. I'll run your song on the homepage for a day!

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