A member of the Universal Pantheist Society since 1981, Gary Suttle was an environmental activist and the author of California County Summits. In 1992 Gary received the San Diego Chapter of the Sierra Club "Conservation Activist of the Year" award for his role in stopping a proposed roadway from slicing through Mission Trails Regional Park.
He was a frequent contributor to our newsletter since 1981, and served for many years on the board of directors of the Universal Pantheist Society - between 1999-2010. He was also founder and President of the Pantheist Association for Nature. which hosts a wonderful collection of his original writings about Pantheism. His many essays cover various facets of ancient and modern forms of pantheism, and honors dozens of Pantheists old and new. His unbridled enthusiasm for nature is revealed in his website's motto: "Bringing a radiant sense of the sacred to everyday life."
HIs writings can be viewed at www.naturepantheist.org. Gary retired from the UPS board due to health problems in 2010, and passed away in March, 2015. Gary lived in San Diego, California, and is survived by his wife and two adult children.