Education: University of Cape Town Medical School; diploma of child health from Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, London; diploma of membership through the Royal College of Physicans and Surgeons, Edinburgh Scotland
Marriage: 26 Jun1958 Capetown, South Africa
Gerry worked in Cape Town before serving as a clinical fellow in medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital and a research fellow in pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. In 1957 he again returned to Cape Town where he met and married Myra. While there he established a private practice and served as head of pediatric cardiology at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital. At the Groote Schuur Hospital he worked with Christian Barnard on the first open heart surgery in South Africa. In 1979 the family immigrated to Stanmore England and in 1980 Gerry was named a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. After five years in London, Gerry and Myra and their children immigrated to the U.S. in 1984.
Spouse: Myra Joffe5,78,75,77
Birth: 9 Mar 1935, Vryburg, South Africa
Education: University of Cape Town Medical School, Groote Schuur Hospital.
When Myra and Gerry immigrated to England she was employed at the Marie Stopes in London. In New York she was employed at Long Island Jewish Hospital.
18.104.22.168b.4.2.1 Linda Felicity Sutin5,14,78,77,32
Occupation: Inorganic chemist and Senior Scientist Emeritus, Brookhaven Labs
Education: Ph.D. radiochemistry, Cambridge University, England
Marriage: 29 Jun 1958 St.. Louis MO
Norman came to the US in 1956 from South Africa. Although retired, Norman continues his research as senior chemist emeritus at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He’s the recipient of numerous accolades, including the American Chemical Society Award for distinguished service in the advancement of inorganic chemistry, the New York Academy of Sciences Award in Photochemistry, and Brookhaven National Laboratory’s distinguished research and development award. He was elected to membership in both the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1990. In 2007 the Journal of Physical Chemistry honored him when they dedicated a festschrift to his work.
Spouse: Bonita Sakowski5,79,75
Birth: 4 May 1933, St. Louis MO
22.214.171.124b.4.3.1 Lewis Anthony “Tony” Sutin5,82,83,79,84,29,85
Occupation: Attorney, dean of Appalachian School of Law
Education: Harvard Law School86
Tony was a partner in the Washington law firm Hogan and Hartson (1985-1994), and held senior positions in the United States Department of Justice (1994-1999), including serving as founder and deputy director of the Community Oriented Policing Program and Acting Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs to Attorney General Janet Reno. In 1999, he joined the faculty of the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, VA, because of the school’s commitment to service and community. He became dean, secured accreditation for the school, but tragically lost his life there when a disturbed student shot and killed three people.
Honors established in Tony’s memory include the Harvard Law School L. Anthony Sutin Public Service Fellowship and the COPS Office L. Anthony Sutin Civic Imagination Award.
Spouse: Margaret Lawson87,79
Occupation: Associate dean for academic affairs, Charleston School of Law
Remarriage: Paul Lund, also on the faculty of Charleston School of Law.
126.96.36.199b.188.8.131.52 Henry Sutin87,79
Other birth/death dates are given as 1905/1996.
Yacob served in the Red Army, went to Israel 1929. He lived at Herzlia, where he was one of the first settlers, moving there in 1929.
Spouse: Yocheved Asz89
Death: 1990, Herzlia, Israel
Yocheved moved from Mlava, Poland to Israel in 1932.
184.108.40.206b.6.4.1 Ora Frid14,56,89,98