Don Sullivan was a moral compass for all who knew him; his path was always "true north". Growing up at the Sand Spring's Children's Home led him to choose this community as his lifetime home.\r\n\r\n Married to Wilma Weaver in 1950, Don joined the United States Army and served in the Korean Conflict. Arriving back in the U.S. on his twenty-first birthday the next chapter of his life was waiting to unfold.\r\n\r\n Don leaves a rich legacy. A marriage of sixty-eight years, a forty-five year career at the Box Plant, two daughters, four grandsons, and six great grandchildren. His college was the US Army; his fraternity the 45th Battalion.\r\n\r\n Don Sullivan was a steadfast husband, loving father, faithful employee, and favorite neighbor. He modeled hard work, moral living, and family values. His life provides a compass for all--"true north".