Mr. Nuttall, a member of the BC faculty since 1966, died on Aug. 3 in his Wellfleet home. He was 64.
Mr. Nuttall joined the University as an associate professor of psychology and also worked as an associate in BC's Institute of Human Sciences. In 1969, Mr. Nuttall became an associate professor of education and director of the Laboratory for Statistical and Policy Research.
He is survived by his wife, Ena Vazquez-Nuttall, of Newton; his children, Key L. Nuttall of Seattle and Kim H. Nuttall of Somerville; his mother, Carrie (Linford) Nuttall of Provo, Utah; and his sisters, Karen Rhodes of Provo, Utah, Cathy Howard of Oren, Utah and Wendy Phillips of Solon, Ohio.
Donations may be made in his name to the Lynch School of Education Graduate Fund.
Mr. Coutsoukis died of a heart attack while playing soccer on Aug. 4. He was 46.
In 2000 Mr. Coutsoukis joined the Center for Corporate Citizenship as assistant director of Research and Policy Development, where he applied his ground-breaking doctoral research in assisting corporations contribute to the social well-being of their communities.
In addition to his wife Sandra A. Houde and their son Christopher, of Arlington, Mr. Coutsoukis leaves his mother Amalia Elgazzar and father Panoyiotis Coutsoukis; his godparents Irene Vartele and Lou Mammos; and brother Paris of Athens, Greece.
Contributions may be made to the Christopher Coutsoukis College Fund, c/o Center for Corporate Citizenship, 55 Lee Road, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.
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