On July 30, former Times' Circulation Manager Fred McDonald died.
A complete obituary may be read in today's paper on Page 3.
In addition, McDonald had worked for the Indianapolis Star and News and The Brazil Daily Times.
Current Times' Circulation Manager Karen Barnhart said McDonald will be missed.
"He was just an all-around good guy," Barnhart said. "He was a kid person. He just loved the kids he trained.
"He was the first boss for a lot of kids. He was a good friend."
Former Times' Publisher Joe Redenbarger echoed Barnhart's sentiments.
"I was at The Times for 33 years and out of those 33 years, I would say Fred was my circulation manager 30 of those years, of which he was an excellent circulation manager," Redenbarger said.
Redenbarger began working with The Times in 1961 and became publisher in 1965.
He added McDonald was an "excellent promoter," who set up many contests for his delivery route carriers, including tickets to professional baseball games and trips to King's Island.
"He was a super circulation manager," Redenbarger said. "He was great with kids, great with promotions and knew how to handle the kids. He kept our circulation pretty good.
"He was good to get along with and he was very loyal. We'll miss him. He was a big part of The Times for many, many years."