Change in Copley's management ranks p. 40

By: Editorial Staff KING DURKEE HAS retired as director of corporate publications for Copley Press and editor of the Copley Press corporate magazine.
His successor is Janet Sutter, who was a San Diego Union feature writer and editor for 19 years before joining Copley News Service (CNS) in 1994 as associate director/corporate publications and awards.
Durkee, 76, joined Copley Press in 1957, and went on to serve as acting editor, executive editor, managing editor and executive news editor, respectively, at the Union.
His many other activities included teaching journalism and establishing Newspaper in Education programs at Copley papers.
Durkee will continue to write his weekly "Strictly Classical" music review column for CNS.


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