BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Kevin Kaufman, who worked at the Boulder Daily Camera for 25 years, most recently as the newspaper’s executive editor, has died.
Kaufman died at his home in Louisville on Sunday of complications from cancer, the newspaper reported . He was 62.
Albert Manzi, president and CEO of Prairie Mountain Media, says Kaufman “walked the Earth to serve his profession and his family.”
Kaufman joined the Camera in 1994 as an assistant city editor and later became city editor. In 2005, he was named managing editor, and in November 2006, Manzi appointed him as the newspaper’s executive editor.
Kaufman helped the newspaper adapt to the digital age and directed its coverage of high-profile stories that included the ouster of University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill and the murder of JonBenet Ramsey.
Information from: Daily Camera, http://www.dailycamera.com/