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Memorable Manitobans: Linda Faye MacIntosh Sullivan (1956-2015)


Born at Pictou, Nova Scotia on 13 May 1956, daughter of John H. MacIntosh and Dorothy Downs, she received BA, BEd and MEd degrees from St. Francis Xavier University and a second MEd degree from St. Mary’s University. She taught at a school in Atikameg, Alberta before returning to Nova Scotia and teaching at Canso High School and Fanning Elementary School. In Manitoba, she served as the Principal of Edward Schreyer School at Beausejour and was Superintendent of the Western School Division at Morden. Her final teaching position was as Principal of Lt. Col. Barker VC School at Dauphin. On 28 June 1980, she married John F. “Jackie” Sullivan. They had four children. She died at North Riverside, Nova Scotia on 17 June 2015 and was buried in the St. Patrick’s Parish Cemetery at Guysborough Intervale.


Marriage registration, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 16 January 2015.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 27 April 2015

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