10 Thoughts on “In Remembrance of Isidore Sostak”

  • Issy was a giant among men in the automotive industry.
    A thorough gentleman and a true mensch.
    Rest in peace my friend you earned it.
    Fred Myers
    USA

  • From all of us here at Norbrake we do acknowledge the great work he has done and what he meant for the
    motor industry.
    He will leave a huge gap in the industry for all.
    Our sincere condolence to the family and colleagues.

    Gone but not forgotten:(

  • Issy was my first cousin, in the good old days, we spent many a Sunday either at Germiston Lake, or playing tennis at ELIS Park, that was over 65 years ago, we were out of site, but never out of mind.
    There are not many of us left.
    REST IN PEACE.
    Barry
    Israel.

  • RIP Mr Sostak. A true leader and teacher which the whole industry can learned from . The times when i needed advice and made use of your company it was always a pleasure and i believe it will be so forever going forward .
    Please accept our condolences to your family from all at Suzuki Bramley and Suzuki Kyalami

  • Reading your tribute, he must have been a wonderful man. I know the company since the sixties, when I inherited my uncles Car magazine on a monthly basis. Later when I could afford it I bought my own and still buy it.
    There was always an advertisement of Wingate and I always studied it.
    Peace to you as he would have expected for you.

  • A man who always had the time to explain ad advise. We sorry for loss as we are too. One of the best. Jeff Murley

  • Hey Issy so sad to see you go but happy in the knowledge that you are now at peace.
    I have known you for over 30 years and have always had the utmost respect for your integrity and honesty.
    We fought many battles side by side against the SABS when they introduced the standards for brake seals.
    I will miss you good friend.

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