John C. Sullivan, Supervisor
51 North Enola Drive, Enola, PA 17025
On June 12, 1983, John Sullivan established the Sullivan Funeral Home in Enola, PA. Thirty years later we are still providing unprecedented service and products made here in the United States.
We were recently inspected by the PA State Board of Funeral Directors, and upon inspection, 100% of our prepaid burial accounts were 100% safe.
You have trusted us for 30 years, and we will continue to place your trust at our highest priority.
We are honored to serve each and every family with dignified, professional, and affordable service.
John C. Sullivan, Enola, PA
Mario A. Billow, F.D., C.F.S.P., Enola, PA
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.
Marshall J. Zinn, 54, of Newville passed away on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at Hershey Medical Center.
He is survived by a son, Matthew Crossley; a step-mother, Shirley Zinn; 2 sisters, Ginny Zinn and Audrie Landis; a brother, Scott Zinn, and several nieces and nephews and aunts and uncles.
Ronald L. Riland, Sr. 71, passed away Nov 8th, 2014 in Holy Spirit Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Donna of Enola, a son, Ronald Jr. (Shelly) of Mechanicsburg; a sister, Dorothy; 2 grandchildren, Jeremey and Jill Riland, and 7 great-grandchildren. He loved hunting and fishing and also loved going to the races with his son.
OUR MISSION: Our organizational goal at the Sullivan Funeral Home is to provide the families we serve with an affordable, dignified, and personalized funeral service for your loved one that surpasses your expectations. We are honored to serve your family and firmly believe in the Golden Rule - "Treat others as you would want to be treated."