Lemley Chapel
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All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Gloria H. Sullivan Memorial
Gloria H. Sullivan Memorial

Gloria H. Sullivan

Gloria H. Sullivan

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Gloria H. Sullivan, 58, a resident of Marysville, passed away at her home on Friday, September 8, 2017 following a brief battle with cancer.

She was born on May 13, 1959 in Seattle, the daughter of George & Mary Stamolis. She was raised and attended school in the Richmond Beach & Shoreline communities of North Seattle, graduating from Shoreline High School with the class of 1977, after which she attended Shoreline Community College.

Gloria worked for a while but then married and began raising her family.  She loved being a mother and making the most of her home, where she loved to bake and cook.  Her cooking creativity made for some wonderful holiday meals for her family and friends. She had the personality that people enjoyed, a fun spirit and a silly sense of humor.

Gloria is survived by her children, Lindsey Sullivan of San Francisco, CA, Randy Sullivan of Seattle and Kayla Adkison of Naches, WA; her longtime partner, Bill Luther of Marysville; her mother Mary Hulbush of Burlington; her father, George Stamolis and wife Zoe of Mill Creek; brother, Tom Stamolis and wife Kathy and nephews, Nick, Zach and Sam Stamolis of Issaquah; sister, Denise Stamolis and niece, Tayler Stamolis-Lee of Tacoma and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorials in her name are suggested to the American Cancer Society. Private family services will be held under the direction of Lemley Chapel, Sedro-Woolley.


  • Gary Schott

    I am so sad to hear the news. My condolences go out to her family and friends. Gloria was always so full of life, and I fill fortunate to have shared so many fond memories and had so many laughs with her. I remember going over to watch the episodes of “Soap” with Mom, Denise, Tom, and Gloria. I always felt you guys put up with Gloria and myself’s antics regardless of how inappropriate. She will forever bring a smile to my face. PS-Gloria told me–before my guess–how many Red Hots were in the jar at the Stamolis’s House Carnival of 1969. Thanks for the Red Hots Gloria!

  • Dennis Nick

    Sending my condolences to throw entire Stamos is family.
    Especially to Denise and Tom, I can only guess how much you miss your sister.
    Gloria was a very special person, I feel blessed to have know her.
    When I read the obituaries last week it really caught me off guard.
    It was just the week before I thought about her and was wondering how’s she’s been.
    I think she was reaching out to me to say goodbye.
    It sincerely broke my heart.
    I did post this sad news on our Shoreline Alumni Facebook page and it was great to see the response from fellow Spartans

  • Michael Luther

    Hello, Hello,.. I don’t know how to say goodby, I’ll say Hello…