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Earl Iseman Sullivan

government official

Earl Iseman Sullivan, American government official. Recipient Meritorious Civilian Service award Department Army, 1978, Outstanding Performance award, 1978, 80, Exceptional Performance awards, 1981, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88; also awards for poetry and non-fiction, 1970-1975.


Sullivan, Earl Iseman was born on June 28, 1923 in Paducah, Kentucky, United States. Son of Jesse Iseman and Birdie Sullivan.


Bachelor, Western Kentucky University, 1964, postgraduate, 1965. Instructor, Spencerian College, Louisville, 1965-1975. Army education counselor Pentagon, Washington, 1975-1978.

Director Army education Military District Washington-Hoffman/DARCOM, 1978-1988, retired, 1988. Volunteer information specialist Smithsonian Institution, 1977-1979. Vice president Metropolitan Organ Society District of Columbia, 1976.

Assistant director Little Colonel Theater, Louisville, 1958-1959.


Instructor, Spencerian College, Louisville, 1965-1975. Contributor poetry to anthologies.


  • Author: Drifting Echoes, 1989. Contributor poetry to anthologies.


The Covenant is a big challenge to everybody. If God is committed to human race, anyone has to be prepared to accept that as reality and make a commitment in return.


The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.


The family is the basic human community through which persons are nurtured and sustained in mutual love, responsibility, respect, and fidelity.


Served with United States Army, 1947-1948. Member Adult Education Association, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Association Continuing Higher Education, Kentucky Society, Honorary Order Kentucky Colonels, Society of Pilgrims of St. Mary's, Arts.


Jesse Iseman

Birdie Sullivan