Mario A. Billow, Supervisor
51 N. Enola Dr. Enola PA 17025 732-5400
Welcome to Sullivan Funeral Home
Continuing John C. Sullivan's Legacy.....
On behalf of the Sullivan family, I would like to thank everyone who expressed their deepest sympathies to us while we mourn the loss of our founder, John C. Sullivan. A special thanks to all of our fellow funeral directors who so willingly offered to assist us during this difficult time. Throughout the years, John's commitment to dignified, professional, and affordable funeral service was quite evident. He cared so much for the business that he started; consequently, he wanted to ensure the community that it would thrive even after he retired.
In December of 2009, John approached me to help him at the funeral home. He knew that I was an Enola resident and cared about the community as well. As the years passed by, I learned many lessons from him as he mentored and groomed me to someday take his place. In August of 2013, John and Nancy sold the funeral home to my wife, Windy, and myself. He wanted to enjoy his retirement and spend as much time with his family as possible. We were hoping that we would have many years together with him; however, God had other plans for him.
Each and every day, I think about John and what his presence in our lives meant to our community. He has set a very high standard that I hope to live up to. You have my solemn promise to treat your family the same way John did. When you read an obituary that we place in the newspaper, you will notice that we mention, "The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the family." We are honored that you call upon us at your most difficult time, and we place your needs above our own, just like John did.
Mario, Windy, and Maribella Billow
At Sullivan Funeral Home we know it is often the little things that make a big difference, and we offer a variety of services to ensure that every detail of planning a funeral or memorial services is as effortless and straightforward as possible. Our unique approach to memorial services allows our families to celebrate the lives of their loved ones in a variety of different ways. We invite you to combine our services with your own ideas to create a memorable funeral service for your loved one.
At Sullivan Funeral Home, we believe that your comfort during this time is of the upmost importance to us. Many families ask us, "Will you visit us in our home to make the arrangements?". The answer is "yes". Our goal is to offer you and your family a caring and compassionate atomosphere.
Our funeral home prides itself on our ability to make the final tribute to your loved one a special experience. We offer free of charge a tribute candle, memory portrait, memory video, and custom embroidery as well as a casket lid impression that symbolizes what your loved one's interests were. We are also the first funeral home in the area to offer webcasting at our facility or another facility such as a church or fraternal club.
Charles H. Fertenbaugh
Charles H. Fertenbaugh, 87, of Enola passed away on July 3, 2015 at Cumberland Crossing Nursing Home in Carlisle.
Born in Franklintown, PA he was the son of the late William and Margie (Nell) Fertenbaugh.
Violet M. Maxwell
Violet M. Maxwell, 87, of Enola passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at the Church of God Home.
She was the widow of Ira L. Maxwell, and was preceded in death by a son, Clarence W. Toomey, Jr.
She was a retired homemaker.
Doris Irene (Stuppy) Litchfield
Doris Irene (Stuppy) Litchfield, 81, of Enola, passed away on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at her residence. Born on December 28, 1933 in Lykens, she was the daughter of the late John and Florence (Hunter) Stuppy.