AN HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN: Kenneth John Sutton 1925 - 2002

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Published to celebrate the life of Kenneth John Sutton, from an idea that originated when the author was staying with Pamela: his recently widowed sister, shortly after the death of John, her husband, life long companion and father of Penny, Lindy and Jenny. The structure follows the 'order of the service' held as a celebration of John's life, at St Mary's Church, West Horsley, England. A collection of photographs is included as the background, to complement the words of those who spoke so highly of John, at the service. The author dedicates this publication to the memory of his brother-in-law. Thanks go to Pamela, who has painstakingly gone through the many drafts prepared, suggesting corrections and changes to enhance the finished product: designed especially for Pamela, the family, friends, relatives and business associates, of Kenneth John Sutton. This then is a permanent testimony to Kenneth John Sutton, an honourable gentleman: held in the highest esteem by all those fortunate... More > to have known him.< Less
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Clive A. Lincoln Biographee:Marquis' Who's Who In The World 2003
October 1, 2011
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