Ohio newspaper editor David Miller dead at 66

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — Editor David C. Miller of The (Bowling Green) Sentinel-Tribune newspaper in Ohio died Saturday at a hospital in York, Pa., the paper said in a statement. He was 66.

Miller was vacationing at Gettysburg, Pa., in late April when he became ill, according to city editor Harold Brown.

Miller joined the Sentinel-Tribune staff in July 1971 as a reporter and had been editor since January 1980. Under his leadership the paper received Associated Press General Excellence Awards in its division in 2004 and 2005.

He was a graduate of Bowling Green State University.

He is survived by his wife, Judy, a daughter, Jessica Blakely, a son, Aaron, and three grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements are pending at Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home in Bowling Green.

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