The Washington Post's longtime editorial page editor dies at 66

The Post’s newsroom was informed of Hiatt’s death on Monday afternoon by publisher Fred Ryan. The Post said in its obituary that Hiatt had cardiac arrest on November 24 while visiting his daughter in New York and never regained consciousness. The Post added that he had in the past been treated for heart issues.”We will miss Fred’s intellect and enthusiasm, his extraordinary leadership, and his unparalleled decency,” Ryan wrote in a memo.Ryan described Hiatt as a forty-year veteran of the newspaper who “built friendships throughout the company and made immense contributions as a writer, an editor, and a mentor across the organization.'”His legacy also spans the globe: Few journalists

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