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Ms. Sutton brought characters to life on the stage, on television and in movies like “Steel Magnolias.” She also mentored young people in her local theater community. She died of complications of Covid-19.
Recently elected to the Hall of Fame, he led Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State to the N.C.A.A. tournament as he piled up 806 victories.
Margaret Mead urged her to do field work, even though to do so as a married woman “was not heard of.” She became an expert on gender in the Caribbean.
The body of Ms. Sutton, 50, was found Saturday at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, where she had been for a layover on her way to Iraq.
Professor Sutton-Smith sought to answer fundamental questions: What is play? Why do human beings engage in it? What psychological, cognitive and cultural functions does it serve?
Gov. David A. Paterson will attend the beginning of a memorial service for Percy Sutton on Wednesday, then fly back to Albany to deliver his annual message.
Percy E. Sutton was a pioneering figure who represented Malcolm X as a young lawyer and became one of the nation’s most prominent black political and business leaders.
Mr. Sutton was a pioneering figure who represented Malcolm X as a young lawyer and became one of the nation’s most prominent black political and business leaders.
Ms. Sutton’s battle to unionize workers at a North Carolina textile factory in 1973 inspired the Academy Award-winning film starring Sally Field.
SUTTON--Dennis M., 53, of HollywooD, FL passed away on Tuesday, October 24th 2006. He is survived by his wife, Susan; daughter, Christina; granddaughter,Marissa; 2 brothers; and nieces and nephews. For information visit www.fredhunters.com.
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