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Former editor Bill Simonton dies at 85 Former editor Bill Simonton dies at 85

Bill Simonton, a former editor of The Leader who mentored many at the paper and ushered in new technology, died last Friday. He was 85. He started working at the newspaper when he was eight years old and became editor in 1957. He served in that role until his resignation in 1975.

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  • Former editor Bill Simonton dies at 85 Former editor Bill Simonton dies at 85

    Bill Simonton, a former editor of The Leader who mentored many at the paper and ushered in new technology, died last Friday. He was 85. He started working at the newspaper when he was eight years old and became editor in 1957. He served in that role until his resignation in 1975.

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Former editor Bill Simonton dies at 85

Bill Simonton, a former editor of The Leader who mentored many at the paper and ushered in new technology, died last Friday. He was 85. He started working at the newspaper when he was eight years old and became editor in 1957. He served in that role until his resignation in 1975.

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