Nan Tucker McEvoy, the last member of The San Francisco Chronicle’s founding family to run the 150-year-old newspaper died Thursday morning at age 95.
Joseph Pulitzer IV, once an heir to the Pulitzer newspaper empire, has died at age 65.
Margaret Ann Boatright, former president of Wieck, the Dallas-based software development and content management firm, and a longtime executive with United Press International, died March 25.
John Means, who finished a long journalism career as a copy editor at the San Antonio Express-News, died Saturday at his home in Schertz after a heart attack.
Charles S. Rowe, the former editor and co-publisher of the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star newspaper, died March 13 at a hospital in Vero Beach, Fla. He was 89.
William Burriss Irvine II died peacefully surrounded by his family on March 12, 2015 at the age of 89.
Edward M. Mead, a longtime newspaperman and executive at the Times Publishing Company, died this morning. He was 88 years old.
Claude Sitton died on Tuesday in Atlanta. He was 89.
Former Tallahassee Democrat publisher Gus Harwell, a warm-hearted newsman and mentor, died Friday in Port Orange.
Dori J. Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard institute for Journalism Education and longtime champion of diversity in journalism and civic life, died Tuesday at her West Oakland, Calif., home, the Institute announced. She was 56.
Pakistan and Afghanistan bureau chief for Reuters, Maria Golovnina, was found dead at her residence located in Sector F-8 in Islamabad on Monday, according to the police.
Leonard (Len) Valenti, a former copy desk chief at the Daily News, has died of complications from a heart condition. He was 76.
She joined The Times in 1978.