Boz Mac Sullivan

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May 19, 2015 - June 10, 2017

Boz came into this world one lucky little boy. He was blessed to have two great, big sisters, Taylor and Aubrey, who he adored. He loved playing with and picking on them. He loved going with Taylor wherever she went, and playing with Aubrey was one of his favorite things to do. He found out quickly that he had it made when grandparents were around. Granddad Lecil was gonna make sure he had a bug juice to drink and something sweet to eat before he left cause that's what a boy needs more energy for the day. Gran was always making sure he had what he wanted. Every boy needs a rocking bull and a dump truck big enough to ride in. Boz also found his first, best buddy when he got Grammi Pam. She was the best partner to play with in the whole world. From riding the big wheel together to moving every pot and pan into the floor then back into the cabinets everyday, they did it together. All he had to do was say, "Come on, Grammi." He was also blessed with two parents Derik and Carla, who couldn't have asked for anything more than him. His personality, humor, toughness, and adventurous soul was perfect. His smile was contagious and could get him out of almost anything. His kind heart was shown anytime he thought he had hurt you or when you were hurting with an, "Are you OK?" Boz was given the sweetest most caring momma he could have dreamed of. She showed him the world, played, laughed, and let him run every day. Feeding the fish and watering flowers were fun times. She read to him every time there was a book at her fingertips, and when she finished he would just say, "Again." He loved every minute with his momma. His daddy couldn't have been anyone else. Boz had the same personality and orneriness as his daddy. They were inseparable when together. Daddy loved playing with cars and trucks inside and going outside as much as they could to throw Frisbees, balls, or just look around at whatever caught their eye. He never met a stranger, and he would always greet them with a smile. Boz was loved by everyone that he met in his short life. Boz is survived by his parents, Derik and Carla Sullivan of Blanchard; sisters, Taylor and Aubrey of the home; grandparents, Pam Sullivan and Lecil and Denice Church of Sentinel; great-grandparents, Martha Sullivan and Joan Hulin of Sentinel; Robert and Carleene Whinery of Dill City; and lots of aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his granddaddy, Max Sullivan; great-grandparents, Kenneth Sullivan, Mac Hulin, Lelan and Lorena Church. Funeral services were held Thursday, June 15, 2017, at Whinery Savage Funeral Home, 403 West Country Club Boulevard in Elk City.