Sutherland: NYC Maritime Community Bids Farewell

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

A memorial service for longtime Maritime Reporter and MarineNews writer/photographer Don Sutherland was held aboard the Mary A. Whalen at Brooklyn’s Red Hook Pier 9B last night. The event to celebrate the life and good works of the popular marine industry figure, who died on May 24,2010 following a brief bout with cancer, drew a crowd from many corners of the local maritime community, as well as an eclectic mix of family, friends and colleagues. Pictured here is the historic tug Cornell– a favorite subject matter for Don’s lens in covering the maritime industry for more than a decade for MarineNews -- docking alongside the Mary A.  Whalen for the event.

 

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