A Tribute To A Common Man: Vince Sutek
Author: Dr. Gerald Sutek
Pages: 38, Paperback
The following brief biography is an attempt to prolong the memory of my father, Vince Sutek, if only among branches of his own family tree. His only invention was a special cut in a clothes line pole designed to prevent the pole from collapsing when the wind blew. His contribution to his generation was simply being a wholesome example of a decent person. At my fathers and mothers fiftieth anniversary, I told those present that, having known my father intimately for forty-two years, I had never known my father to commit a sin. He was the best man that I have ever known, and with this tribute I wish to preserve his memory in the minds and hearts of his procreation for as long as possible.