Dale Edward Sullivan, cherished husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday evening January 8, 2014, in Tempe, Arizona. Dale was born in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, October 15, 1954 to Ralph and Edna Sullivan. On December 29, 2008, Dale and Georgia were married in Las Vegas, Nevada. After receiving his High School diploma from Cameron, WI, Dale worked in his father's grocery store as the manager, relieving his parents, saying, "You have worked so hard for your children your whole lives, now it's your turn to enjoy life!" Later, Dale had a successful career in construction, building and remodeling homes. For the past ten years, Dale diligently worked as a chauffeur in regions including Phoenix, AZ and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Dale was a very social, people person and loved meeting new people and truly lived life to the fullest. Dale in his early years was known to love athletics and the great outdoors, hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, and going on adventures with his father and brothers. For the past eight years, his wife, Georgia, was his entire world. They were inseparable and spent every minute together. Dale is survived by his wife Georgia Smith Sullivan; children SharLee Durand, Rice Lake WI; Tim Smith Phoenix AZ; Sarah Smith Denver CO; His brothers, Kevin Sullivan, Spokane WA; Mike Sullivan Milwaukee WI; sister Sharon Hagberg, Cameron WI; Six grand children, Rylee, Hailee, Logan, Connor, Kailyn and Brook, and many nieces and nephews. Dale was preceded in death by his parents, Ralph and Edna Sullivan; his brother Jerry Sullivan, and his brother in law, David Hagberg. Funeral services for Dale will be held at 3:00 P.M. Thursday, January 16, 2014, at Christ's Church of the Valley Scottsdale, 19030 North Pima Road Scottsdale Arizona. A time for visiting and sharing condolences will be held one hour prior to services. A special thanks to the Kaplan family and The Driver Provider and Jack Hardy at the Arizona Creative Events, as well as the many people that have reached out and helped the family in their time of need. Thank you.