The longtime newsman was 85.
He was with the Philadelphia Inquirer for four decades.
"He loved the newspaper business and he loved Buffalo," said his son.
He worked at the Arkansas newspaper for 32 years.
Charles A. “Zan” Womack Jr. owned 15 community newspapers.
Jay Maeder joined the Miami Herald in 1971 and remained for 14 years.
Jack Hunter retired in 1991 as state and city news coordinator for The Times-Dispatch.
John Cornett began his newspaper career at the Ledger-Enquirer where he worked for 20 years.
Eli Setencich wrote his last column on June 28, 2002 when he retired after 41 years at the paper.
Richard Scaife owned the now-defunct Union from 1977 to 1989.
John Seigenthaler retired as publisher, chairman and CEO of The Tennessean in 1991.