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Our Experienced Staff
Each of the staff members at Farley Sullivan Funeral Home is committed to providing your family with the finest in personal end-of-life care. In fact, for years, it’s been comforting for area families to know that we are available to help at any time of the day or night.
When a loved one dies, all you need to do is make one phone call. From that moment on, we’ll take on the responsibilities of the physical care of your loved one, and the emotional care of those left behind.
Please take a few minutes to get to know our funeral home staff. We’re sure you’ll find each of us to be all that you would hope for in a trusted funeral professional.
|Kevin Sullivan, CEO/ Licensed Funeral Director|
Kevin has been a licensed Funeral Director since 1974. He is a graduate of South Catholic High School, the University of Hartford and the American Academy of Funeral Service. Additionally, he served as Deputy Fire Chief for the City of Hartford. He is a member of the St. Paul Church Men's Club, the Wethersfield Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. and a former member of the St. Paul Church Parish council. Kevin and his wife Betty have three children, K.C., his wife Tara, and their daughters Harper and Hayden, Kelly, her husband Jon, and their daughter Bridget, Mary Ellen, her husband Michael O'Neill and their children Finn, Owen, Kellan and Maeve. Kevin was named the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick Irishman of the year in 2018.
|Tom Sullivan, Vice-President/ Licensed Funeral Director|
Tom has been a licensed Funeral Director since 1998. He is a graduate of South Catholic High School and Briarwood College. Tom has participated in the Rocky Hill Little Leagues as a baseball and softball coach and the Rocky Hill Youth Basketball leagues. He is also a member of the Wethersfield and Connecticut River Valley Chambers of Commerce, a parishioner of Corpus Christi Church in Wethersfield, a member of the Corpus Christi School Board, a member of the NFDA and CFDA a member of the Irish American Home Society, and the St. Paul Men's Club.He also served as the Postmaster of Rocky Hill. Tom lives in Rocky Hill with his wife Peggy and their children, Shauna, Tom, Brendan and Jared.
|Mark A. Console, Licensed Funeral Director|
Mark has been with us since 2005. He is a graduate of Wethersfield High School, CCSU and Briarwood College. He has many outside interests, including his collection of cars and a motorcycle. Mark is very active in the community including past president of UNICO and a former Deputy Chief of the Wethersfield Volunteer Fire Dept. He is a parishioner of the Church of the Incarnation. Mark lives in Wethersfield with his children, AJ and Serena.
|Brendan Sullivan, Licensed Embalmer/Funeral Director |
Brendan has joined the Farley-Sullivan staff as a third generation of Sullivan's to get his license. He is the son of Thomas Sullivan and Grandson of Robert Sullivan Sr. Brendan graduated from Rocky Hill High School in 2013 and from American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in 2016. Brendan is a communicant of Corpus Christi Church in Wethersfield. He is a member of many groups and organizations such as the Saint Paul Men's Club where he is also on the Board of Directors, Ancient Order of Hibernians, is on the Ambassadors Committee of the Hartford Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs(HYPE), the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, a member of the Irish American Home Society, a member of the Rocky Hill Volunteer Fire Department, a coach for Glastonbury Senior League Baseball, as well as playing baseball for the Orioles of the Connecticut Twilight League. Brendan was named to the Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under Forty Class of 2018.
|Bob Sullivan, Jr, 1950 - 2013|
Bob served the families of the Greater Hartford community as a funeral director for over 40 years. He was a member of the Hartford Elks, the Wethersfield Historical Society, Grand Knight of the Hartford Knights of Columbus, St. Paul Church Men's Club bingo and many other groups. He lived in Wethersfield with his wife MaryAnne and his children Maura, Rob and Mike.