SECOND LIEUTENANT CHARLES
SUTMAN was born February 16, 1913. He grew up at 1468 South 4th Street
in Camden NJ, near the corner of South 4th and Whitman
streets. His neighbor
in the corner house at 1474 South 4th
Riondino, both men would serve in the United States Army during the
war years, neither would return. Charles Sutman graduated from Camden
High School in 1929.
By 1930 Mr. and Mrs. Sutman had divorced by 1930, and in that year his mother Edna, a bookkeeper, owned the home on South 4th Street. Charles Sutman had parlayed his skill at shorthand into a job as a stenographer in an office, older brother Linwood was a wood worker in a furniture factory, and younger brother William worked in a florist's shop. Charles Sutman had progressed to become an underwriter for the Security Mutual Life Insurance Company prior to his entrance into the United States army in 1942.
Lieutenant Charles Sutman died of wounds received in action on July 15, 1944. His death was reported in the August 17, 1944 edition of the Camden Courier-Post. After the war his body was returned home, and he was buried at Beverly National Cemetery in Beverly NJ.
|Charles Sutman lived
in this home at 1468 South 4th St. in
The home is vacant as of December 2002
Photographed December 14, 2002
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