Charles Strum, Versatile Editor for The New York Times, Dies at 73


Charles Strum, a longtime senior editor at The New York Times who earned a reputation for unflappability under deadline pressure in roles that included overseeing the paper’s nighttime news operations, its obituaries desk and its New Jersey bureau, died on Tuesday in Middlebury, Vt. He was 73.

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