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Harold Joseph Sullivan, American lawyer. Decorated Bronze Star. Fellow American Bar. Foundation; member American (Chairman of Commission American Citizenship 1958.


Sullivan, Harold Joseph was born on November 26, 1909 in Maysville, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Doctor Ernest and Mary Queen (Colley) Sullivan.


Bachelor of Arts, Washington and Lee University, 1932. Bachelor of Laws, University Oklahoma, 1935. Master of Laws, Georgetown University, 1949.

Graduate Judge Advisory General School, 1943.


Admitted to Oklahoma bar, 1935, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1947, Republic of Korea bar, 1954. Practice of law, Oklahoma City, 1935-1942, 65-80. Second in command Lieutenant United States Army, advanced through grades to colonel United States Air Force, 1952.

Judge advisory Fifth Air Force and Far East Air Forces, 1943-1945. Chairman of the Board review Judge Advisory General, United States Air Force, 1948-1951, staff judge advisory Eighth Air Force, 1951-1953, Fifth Air Force, Korea, 1954, Mobile Air Materiel Area, 1955-1958, Eastern Air Defense Force, 1958-1960, Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area, 1960-1965. Retired 1965.


Fellow American Bar. Foundation. Member American (Chairman of Commission American Citizenship 1958. Clubs: Army and Navy (Washington).


Married Mabel Gurney Wilkes, April. Children: Linda Alcock, Gurney Bartlett, Harold Joseph, Stewart Jeffress.

Doctor Ernest Sullivan

Mary Queen (Colley) Sullivan

Mabel Gurney Wilkes

Linda Alcock Sullivan

Gurney Bartlett Sullivan

Harold Joseph Sullivan

Stewart Jeffress Sullivan