Mary C. V. Sullivan, 73, FBI stenographer

July 14, 1996

Mary Christine Voisinet Sullivan, a homemaker and former FBI stenographer, died Wednesday of cancer in her home in Towson. She was 73.

The Baltimore native graduated from Mount St. Agnes High School in 1940. She attended Mount St. Agnes College and graduated with an associate degree in English literature in 1942.

After graduation, she was a stenographer for the FBI's Baltimore office, where she met Agent Richard G. Sullivan Sr. They married two years later. Mr. Sullivan died in 1993.

A Mass of Christian burial was held yesterday at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Towson.

Mrs. Sullivan is survived by four sons, Richard G. Sullivan Jr. of Jessup, Joseph P. Sullivan of Ocean Pines, Gerald F. Sullivan of Towson and John C. Sullivan of Baltimore; a sister, Caroline G. Kunkel of Silver Spring; and seven grandchildren.

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