Former Philadelphia Inquirer Reporter Elizabeth Duff Schogol Dies at 62

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By: Sally A. Downey | Inquirer Staff Writer

Elizabeth Duff Schogol, 62, of Drexel Hill, an award-winning Inquirer reporter, died of pneumonia Sunday, June 24, at Roxborough Memorial Hospital.

In the early 1970s, Elizabeth Duff was among a group of young writers hired to rejuvenate the paper. The reporters became part of a team that executive editor Eugene L. Roberts Jr. formed to investigate trends in society and develop a distinctive style of storytelling, said Mike Leary, now a deputy managing editor.

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