SUMMIT, NJ - By all accounts, Jennifer 'Jenna' Sullivan lived an amazing life. Tragically, that life was far too short, as Sullivan passed away December 19, 2017, at the age of 45.
Sullivan lost a hard-fought battle with cancer and left behind an amazing legacy of her love of life and her caring for everyone she met. She was a leader in everything she did. She laughed, cried and always made those fortunate enough to cross her path feel appreciated.
Known best known for her infectious smile and her burst of laughter, her greatest love was her family. She left behind many family, friends and loved ones, most notably her husband Robert 'Rob' Sullivan her two children, Isabelle and Jack. Jenna's love for sport and basketball, specifically, was also evident. She was a great mom, wife, daughter, sister and friend to so many, and.will be so very sorely missed well beyond the walls of her home.
The Summit Basketball Club and Unity Legends are putting together a memorial basketball clinic for girls and boys of all ages, which will feature an elite team of coaches, including former Summit High School and West Virginia University legend Wellington Smith, Summit High School Boys Varsity Head Coach Dan Healy, Summit High School Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Tom Kenny, New Providence High School Girls Coach Cap Pazdera, and former Duquesne Duke Tom Keegan.
The clinic, set for March 25 at Summit High School, will see all funds raised donated to Sullivan's family, for them for use in ways they may need now and in the future for Rob, Isabelle and Jack.
Registration is available by visiting unitylegends.leagueapps.com. The fee for each participant is $35.
Summit High School is located at 125 Kent Place Boulevard.