On Jan. 26 2001
the world
lost a great man
of peace.
Many have
wanted to share
their stories
and memories.

In memoriam
for Sam

Feb 5: from the New York Times:
Samuel H. Day, Jr., Champion of Free Speech, Dies at 74

Feb 2001: from the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's Sunflower:
Tribute to Sam Day, Peace Activist

Feb 6: from the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
Sam Day: A Life Moved by a Conviction for Peace

Feb 4: from Max Watts:
Sam Day Died

Feb 2: from the Isthmus:
In Memoriam: A Font of Moral Courage

Jan 31: from the U.S. Campaign to Free Mordechai Vanunu:
It is with great sadness...

Jan 30: from the Madison Capital Times:
Another Hero Has Fallen

Jan 29: from The Progressive:
Sam Day, Peace Activist, Journalist, Lovable Leftist, Dead at 74

Jan 29: from Nukewatch:
SAM DAY, peace activist, Oct 3 1926 - Jan 26 2001

Jan 28: from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Samuel Day Jr. Dropped First Amendment Bomb

Jan 28: from the Wisconsin State Journal:
Activist-Journalist Sam Day Dies

Jan 27: from the Madison Capital Times:
Peace Activist Sam Day Dies

Jan 30: from the Nuclear Resister:
Dedication - to our Departed Friend and Mentor, Sam Day

Feb 3: Tributes from the booklet of thoughts brought to Sam's funeral.

-Bob Smith, Brandywine Peace Community
-Fredrik Heffermehl, Oslo
-Rae Street and all CND friends in the U.K.
-Vivienne Porzsolt
-Yael Lotan, Tel Aviv
-tj (U.K.)
-Rayna Moss, Tel Aviv
-Bill Smirnow
-Dr. Makanju O. Vincent, Nigeria
-Ann-Britt Sternfeldt, Sweden
-Shinji Noma, Amnesty International Japan, Hiroshima
-Marcia Timmel
-Jeanie Shaterian, Bay Area Campaign to Free Vanunu
-Pierre Seligmann, France
-Monica McAghon, Easton Pa.
-Rev. Tom Henderson-Brooks, Bondi, Sydney
-Irma Trnka, Australian Campaign to Free Vanunu
-Sue Wareham, President, Medical Association for Prevention of War (Australia)
-Scott and Claire Schaeffer-Duffy
-Ernest Rodker, London
-Mary Miller, Executive Secretary, Episcopal Peace Fellowship
-Bill Anderson, Charlottesville, Va.
-Meir Vanunu

This website is an offshoot of the U.S. Campaign to Free Mordechai Vanunu,
of which Sam was the director until the day of his death.
Send your own contributions for this site to The Nuclear Resister.

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was updated February 25 2001 by Gail Vaughn.