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Rodney Elliott was born on August 21, 1960 in Lowell, Massachusetts, in a neighborhood known as “Little Canada.” His family has since relocated to the city’s Pawtucketville neighborhood, where he now lives with his wife, Laurie.
Councilor Elliott’s father, a graduate of St Patrick’s School and Lowell High School, was born and raised in the city’s “Acre” neighborhood. His mother was a Dracut native who attended St Louis Academy in Lowell before serving as an Operating Nurse at Lowell’s former St Joseph’s Hospital. Rodney has a total of five sisters. He went to Ste. Jeanne d’ Arc School and then Pelham High School as a teen.
Katelyn and Mikayla, Councilor Elliott’s adult daughters, live with him and his wife Laurie. Katelyn, his oldest daughter, is married and has three daughters with Kyle Griffin: Brooklyn, Whitney, and Carly. Both of his daughters are Registered Nurses (RNs), having received Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees in college. Katelyn worked as a Labor and Delivery nurse at Lowell General Hospital, while Mikayla worked in Med Surge Oncology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Mrs. Elliott and Councilor Elliott are both immensely proud of their daughters’ achievements.
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Lawrence ‘Larry’ Sullivan, 57, died at his home on Thursday, November 18th, after a long illness. He was the husband of Karen L. (Redman) Sullivan, who died in 1994, and Connie (Laferriere) Sullivan.
Mr. Sullivan served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. After his discharge, he was hired as a full-time firefighter on September 19, 1976, and worked for Engine 3 Rescue Company for 25 years as a pilot. He was promoted to Lieutenant on January 21, 2002, and assigned to Engine 7, Pine Street.
He served as President of the International Association of Firefighters and the Lowell Firefighters Union, Local 853, respectively. He also belonged to the Boston Gaelic Fire Brigade, the Disabled American Veterans Post 110, the Vietnam Veteran’s Association, the Lowell Gaelic Club, the United States Bunting and Cricket Club, and the Lowell Firefighter’s Club. He was a former member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ Telephone Workers Union. He was elected to the Lowell Retirement Board in 1991. Larry is a dual citizen of the United States and the Republic of Ireland.
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I was hungry, so you fed me; I was thirsty, so you gave me something to drink; I was a stranger, so you welcomed me. Whatever you did for one of the least of these my brothers, I say to you, you did for me.
Rose and her husband Walter founded St. Paul’s Soup Kitchen at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Lowell in 1995, influenced by this Bible verse. They started serving dinner one night a week and soon expanded to two. The Lowell Food Bank supplied the food, which was then processed at St. Paul’s. The pastor of St. Paul’s Church met with the Lowell Interfaith Council and discussed how the Soup Kitchen was effectively feeding the community’s working people, elderly, and families. Other churches expressed an interest in assisting with meal preparation and serving, so the service was expanded to three days a week, with twelve churches taking part. Since the City Manager was aware of St. Paul’s Soup Kitchen’s good work, he asked them to offer meals five days a week to relieve pressure on the Transitional Center.
The family of Alan E. Dailey “Bampy” of Lowell declares his death with great sorrow after a courageous 20-year struggle with cancer. Lynne (Wholey) Dailey, his life partner and best friend, had been married to him for 39 years.
He was raised in Lowell’s Belvidere Neighborhood as the son of the late Robert F. Dailey and Sheila (Burns) Dailey. Alan went on to the New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences for Funeral Directors after graduating from the Immaculate Conception School and St. John’s Preparatory High School.
Alan served as a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer at The Mahoney Funeral Home for many years. He also oversaw activities at Gorham Liquors, his family’s liquor store. Alan had a successful sales career with both the Whitehall Company and Ruby Wines, where he worked until his retirement in 2018. He adored his role and spoke fondly of the many wonderful friendships he had created with both coworkers and clients. Alan had every intention of returning to the funeral industry after retirement.