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Subject: Dennis Dible, editor of The Dominion Post

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Date Posted: March 24, 2003 6:56:43 EDT

Dennis Dible, 56, a former editor of The Dominion Post of Morgantown, W.Va., March 18 in Morgantown of cardiac arrest.

Dible joined The Dominion Post in late 1997 as managing editor and became editor in April 1998. His health forced him to step down.

He won several awards for his editorials, including top honors at the 2001 Keystone Press Awards and the 1999 West Virginia Press Association awards.

A journalism graduate of Kent State University, he began his newspaper career in 1969 as a reporter for the Norwalk (Ohio) Reflector.

Before joining The Dominion Post, Dible had been executive editor of The Beaver County (Pa.) Times; managing editor of The Columbian, in Vancouver, Wash.; managing editor of the Kingsport (Tenn.) Times-News; city editor of the Sandusky (Ohio) Register, and editor of the Lewistown (Pa.) Sentinel.

He was a member of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and had served on ASNE Readership & Research and Future of Newspapers committees.

Since 1982, he had frequently lectured at the American Press Institute, a midcareer training headquarters for newspaper industry executives, and Appalachian Lifelong Learners, West Virginia University's Learning in Retirement program.

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