|Birth: ||Nov. 18, 1930|
|Death: ||Dec. 27, 1998|
He spent 30 of his 45 journalism years at the Denver Post. He started at the Post in 1968 as a copy editor and rose to assistant city editor before writing for its Sunday Empire magazine from 1985 until it closed 12 years ago, when he began a column.
In high school, he was a Linotype apprentice at the Rocky Ford Gazette. In 1956, he bought the rural weekly Dove Creek Press and published it "gradually growing wiser and poorer," he later wrote, until 1960. His novel The Crow Flies Crooked won the Commonwealth Club silver medal for fiction in 1966.
Plot: Block 36, Lot 194, Space 7
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