Tonight family and friends of the Sullivent family gathered at the Second Baptist Church to remember the lives of 11-year-old Bridget and 17-year-old Leslie Sullivent, who were killed in a car accident last week.
Family and friends looked back at their lives and remembered their energetic personalities and compassionate hearts.
Sorrow and tears filled the
"That you are here, look around. That you are here is proof that they touched your life with the love of Christ," said Rev. Tommy Martin.
Both girls had a strong connection with sports. Bridget loved softball and played for the Warner Robins Diamond Dogs and Leslie was about to start her senior year of soccer at
"Always working super hard. One of the hardest working athletes I've ever worked with she just was very dedicated to what she did. She was a team leader, always encouraging the other students if they were struggling with a particular exercise she would get involved. She would run the extra lap if a girl was struggling," said Chris Smith, Veterans H.S. Soccer Coach.
Bridget was known for her bubbly and energetic personality and her love for softball.
"She could best be described as full throttle wide open, live wired. You've already heard some of the things where's Bridget, that's a good question, but if you get quiet you'd probably hear her," said Rev. Jim McIlrath of Christ United Methodist Church in Warner Robins.
Leslie always wanted to help others and she did that as her last gift of service on this earth.
Eight people with health complications benefited from Leslie’s organ donations.
The sisters loved each other, their sports teams, and the community.
Two lives cut short, and two loving legacies remembered.
To help the family with any unexpected costs, an account has been set up at CB&T bank.
If you'd like to contribute, checks should be made out to Kelly Seegars with "Sullivent Family" written on the memo line. You can also donate at any area CB&T Bank.