Tewksbury’s Ryan Sullivan Honored

The article below is from the Tewksbury Patch. Ryan Sullivan is the son of the late Paul Sullivan of WBZ Radio and the Lowell Sun Newspaper. Sullivan, has been an Assistant District Attorney for Middlesex County for the past three years. He is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk Law school and lives in Tewskbury.

In honor of his exemplary service to the office of the Middlesex District Attorney, Tewksbury resident Ryan Sullivan was presented with the John Droney District Court Award at a ceremony held in Woburn, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone announced today.

The Droney Award is named in honor of former Middlesex District Attorney John Droney and is presented each year to a member of the district attorney’s staff who has demonstrated “exemplary service” in the district courts of Middlesex County.
Sullivan is the District Court Supervisor for the Marlborough District Court team.

“Ryan is a dedicated lawyer and truly valued colleague,” District Attorney Leone said. “Ryan has taken on any assignment which has come his way and performed with the utmost professionalism in every situation. He was a clear choice for the John Droney District Court Award, as nominated by his peers.”

The annual Middlesex District Attorney’s Awards Ceremony was held on December 9 at Woburn Memorial High School in Woburn. The office has a proud legacy of exemplary service to the people of Middlesex County, and the series of awards are named in honor of many of the former members of the office.

Middlesex alumni who were in attendance to present the awards named in their honor were Attorney General and former Middlesex D.A. Martha Coakley, former Middlesex D.A. and Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly, and former Middlesex D.A. and Attorney General Scott Harshbarger.