Sullivan, T. Roger 12/30/1939 - 11/20/2020 Paw Paw, MI T. Roger Sullivan died peacefully at home in Powell, OH on November 20, 2020. Born December 30, 1939, in Chicago, Roger grew up in Beverly where he earned the title of Eagle Scout and played the saxophone in a dance band. He later graduated from Bradley University, married Sarah "Sally" West, and raised two daughters. In 1976, Roger traded his career as a stockbroker for forty acres of grapes and asparagus on 44th Street, Paw Paw, MI, which he never regretted and was where he lived for over 43 years. It was in Paw Paw he helped coach girls' soccer; scoured Reit's Flea Market for treasures and tools; published a story in the American Airlines magazine; waxed his 442; practiced tai chi with his dear friends at the Senior Center; paddled and sailed; hosted Iron John retreats complete with sweat lodge; grew vegetables and cats; got the newspaper with best dog Dex; and harassed the waitstaff at Brewster's with his abettor Phil Carter. In 1995, Roger earned his master's degree from Western Michigan and pursued his true calling as a psychologist at Riverwood Center in Benton Harbor. One of the last things Roger was keen to accomplish and did was voting by mail for change in this year's presidential election. Roger is survived by his daughters Tess (Jeff) Grote of Powell, OH and Laura (Alexander Tadic) Sullivan of Dune Acres, IN; siblings Bub Sullivan of Sacramento, CA; Terry Sullivan of Vashon Island, WA; John Olander of Conover, WI; June Levora of Fairfield Glade, TN; and Jan Kirkpatrick of Crete, IL; and grandchildren Sadie and Max Grote and Philip and Nicholas Tadic. Consistent with his tendency to repurpose things, Roger donated his body to science at The Ohio State University. There will be a memorial service after Roger's ashes are returned. In Roger's memory, please consider donating to the tai chi program at the Senior Services of Van Buren County, 1635 76th St., South Haven, MI 49090. Roger's daughters would like to thank Tranquility Hospice and Home Helpers Home Care, both of Delaware, OH, for making their dad's last months among his happiest.