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Former Green Bay Press-Gazette publisher Gage dies at 75

10:56 AM, Feb. 18, 2013
Retired Green Bay Press-Gazette publisher Michael B. Gage in an undated family photo. Gage died Sunday.
Retired Green Bay Press-Gazette publisher Michael B. Gage in an undated family photo. Gage died Sunday.
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Michael B. Gage, retired publisher of the Green Bay Press-Gazette and the last member of the newspaper's founding family to run it, died unexpectedly Sunday. He was 75.

Family members said the death was due to a heart attack.

Gage's retirement from the newspaper in 1992 ended his family's dynasty as operators of the paper that dated to its founding in 1915. Gage's grandfather, Andrew Turnbull, was one of three men who started the paper and was its first publisher. Gage's uncle, Daniel Beisel, was its second publisher, and Gage was its third. ...

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