YEKHEZKL SOREZON (SARASOHN) (September 15, 1863-August 16, 1933)
He was a newspaper publisher, born in Suvalk (Suwałki), Poland, the son of Kasriel-Tsvi Sorezon. He emigrated to the United States in 1876. He studied to be a lawyer. From his youth, he was tied to his father’s Yiddish newspaper, and after the latter’s death, he took over (with his brother-in-law Leon Kameyka) Yidishes tageblat (Jewish daily newspaper) and Yudishe gazetten (Jewish gazette). For a short time, he also published Di yudishe shpayz-gazet (The Jewish food gazette) in New York. He died in New York.
Sources: Moyshe Shtarkman, Moyshe Shtarkman, in Yorbukh fun amopteyl fun yivo (Yearbook of the American division of YIVO), vol. 1 (New York, 1938), reprinted with notes in Shtarkman, Geklibene shriftn (Selected writings) (Tel Aviv, 1979), pp. 77-161 (see also the bibliography of his father, Kasriel-Tsvi Sorezon).