Suzanne Dalitz

Suzanne Dalitz is the only daughter of the legendary Las Vegas casino boss Moe Dalitz. A former bootlegger and racketeer, her father presided over the golden age of the Las Vegas Strip in the 1950s and 1960s. He went on to become a revered, and controversial, city father. When her father died in 1989 Suzanne left the neon city for what she thought would be for good.

A former author and journalist, her recent work has been published in Vegas Seven Magazine. She was profiled in the September 2013 issue of Vegas Magazine, and interviewed on the Las Vegas NBC affiliate (channel 3) for the series "From Dust to Digital" about the early Strip. She worked closely with curators to assemble the Dalitz archival collection at the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement in Las Vegas.

Suzanne is a progressive philanthropist and human rights activist. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband James Gollin and their three children Noah Gollin and Christopher and Chelsea Brown.

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