Biography of Morris Edward Sullivan, D.D.S.

MORRIS EDWARD SULLIVAN, D. D. S. Among the younger professional men of Franklin County who have come to the front in recent years, and in whom the home community takes justifiable pride, is Dr. Morris Edward Sullivan, of Turners Falls, who has practiced dentistry there since his graduation from the university. He is a native son of the town in which he now labors professionally, and from among the population he continues to number an increasing number of those who are pleased to acknowledge the finished skill of his ministrations in their behalf. The fact that Dr. Sullivan knows his people, and that they in turn know him as one of their own, clothes the opportunity for service with that bond of near kinship which exists between those who minister and those ministered unto. The rise in favor which has attended the efforts of this young dental surgeon to be of the greatest possible service to the greatest number speaks well for his professional future.

Dr. Morris Edward Sullivan was born in Turners Falls, Massachusetts, May 16, 1898, the son of Timothy W. and Margaret (Murphy) Sullivan. His preliminary education was received in the public schools of Turners Falls, and he next entered the University of Louisville, whence he was graduated in the class of 1922 with the degree of D. D. S. In the year of his leaving the university he established his dental office in Turners Falls where he continues in practice.

Dr. Sullivan is a member of the Eastern States Dental Society, the Delta Sigma fraternity, and St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.

Dr. Sullivan married, February 15, 1922, at Turners Falls, Marie Catherine Conley, daughter of John and Marie Conley.

MLA Source Citation:

Holland, Josiah Gilbert. History of Western Massachusetts Springfield: S. Bowles and company, 1855. Web. 28 January 2015. - Last updated on Jul 3rd, 2011

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