Remembering the Perfect Storm Pictures From David Sullivan’s Sister Cathy and Gloucester Til the End

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Terry Weber’s friend Cathy Sullivan Mustone of Gloucester would like to share photos of her brother David Sullivan, who was lost at sea in the "Perfect Storm" and a few pics from the movie experience. It’s been twenty years! Ironically, we are due to have a Nor’easter this weekend. Thank you to Cathy for sharing.


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Perhaps the GMG readers would like to send in some photos of what they experienced during the Halloween-Unnamed-Perfect Storm twenty years ago or share some memories.

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4 Responses to Remembering the Perfect Storm Pictures From David Sullivan’s Sister Cathy and Gloucester Til the End

  1. Terry Weber says:

    Cathy says thanks Joey. She would have sent the photos herself but she is not that comfortable with computers. Just a note, David Sullivan is the one sitting in the middle of the top picture. That is his brother Mark to the left, and Cathy to the right.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Can’t believe it’s been 20 years….can remember that horrible week like it was yesterday.
    RIP David…Love to all family members of the Andrea Gale tragedy…
    JoAnne C.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I can’t believe it’s been 20 year’s!! Thanks for sharing these memories!

  4. Xabier says:

    My name is Xabier, I am 29 years old. I write from Euskal Herria(Basque Country) a small country that with many fisherman’s reputation. Our forbears came to Terranova where they shared experiences with Canadians it does hundreds of years. I don’t know very much the history of the Andrea Gail, only what I have seen in the movie. From my heart I order an embrace all the citizens of Gloucester and especially the relatives of the fishermen. A greeting,


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