Sheila Roshell Sullivan was born on October 3, 1960 to Artist and Margaret Sullivan in Houston, Texas. Her family moved to San Antonio, Texas where she attended Dorie Miller Elementary, Riley Junior High, and Highlands High School. Sheila worked at the San Antonio State School as a caretaker for nearly 20 years. In June 1999, she welcomed her daughter to the world with then spouse, Daron Dixon. Sheila always dressed to impress and loved to have fun. She was at her best when she was at a party or tearing up the cards table with Spades or Pitty Pat. She loved to cook, her favorite food was enchiladas. Sheila is preceded in death by her father, Artist Sullivan and her sister, Linda Sullivan. Sheila is survived by her mother, Margaret Francis Dunn and stepfather, George Dunn; her daughter, Darinae Dixon; brothers, sisters and their spouses, George McCalister, Deborah and Kenneth Barton, Cynthia and Curtis Bates, Donna and Stanley Hill, Margaret Ann and Corwin Jones, Vincent and Bobbie Sullivan, Arthur and Nicole Sullivan; nieces and nephews, Shelene, Garon, Jacobie, Stanley Jr, Shanterio, Michael, Vernon, Julisha, Channell, Denzel, Trey, Lamar, Tyrese and a host of relatives and friends.

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  1. Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss.May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you.

  2. I will miss your smile and friendship that you share with me over the years from East Terrace to Riley to Highlands high you gain wrong but you still live in our hearts Willis you From Elise McPherson

  3. We will miss you my beautiful dear cousin, so you have gained your wings rest now in peace love you.

  4. To: The Sullivan Family and other Family Members My condolences to the entire family. God give you strength during this time of bereavement. So many great memories with the family from Family Reunions to Family Gatherings . Rest In Peace, much ❤️ love.

  5. Sheila, your smiling face will truly be missed. We all have our own, individual memories of you to cherish throughout our lifetimes. You kept your Faith, no more worries, you can now REST IN PEACE!! YOU WILL ALWAYS BE LOVED & MISSED….

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