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Former News Reporter, Editor Dies

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August
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1998
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Ex-Employee Sues Ann Arbor News

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August
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1995
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Marcus Francis Assists Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, After Debilitating Stroke, January 29, 1995

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Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1995
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Owen Eshenroder gets an assist from Marcus Francis, a personal care attendant who helps him during the day.

Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, At Home, January 29, 1995

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Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1995
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Owen Eshenroder, 47, worked for the News nearly 19 years. He was a reporter covering the courts from 1970-75, when he resigned to spend a year traveling through Europe. He later worked in Eastern Michigan University's public information office and as a reporter at the Ypsilanti Press. He returned to The News in 1979 and spend four years covering Ann Arbor City Hall and local politics. In 1986 he was promoted to the position of assistant metro editor, and supervised reporters on a number of beats. During his career, he won several awards from state newspaper organizations for both writing and overseeing the publication of special sections. He was serving as Ypsilanti bureau chief at the time he suffered a severe stroke two years ago and is not on disability retirement. Last June, he was wed to Deborah Wentworth, a graphic artist at EMU, and they reside in Ann Arbor. He has a 16-year-old daughter, Emily, from a previous marriage, and two stepchildren, Nate and Julie Epton.

Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, After Debilitating Stroke Gets Help From Wife, Deborah, January 29, 1995

Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, After Debilitating Stroke Gets Help From Wife, Deborah, January 29, 1995 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1995
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Eshenroder gets a kiss from wife, Deb Wentworth, after she transfers him from a wheelchair to a recliner in the living room.

Marcus Francis Assists Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, After Debilitating Stroke With Exercises, January 29, 1995

Marcus Francis Assists Ann Arbor Reporter, Owen Eshenroder, After Debilitating Stroke With Exercises, January 29, 1995 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1995
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Above: personal care assistant Marcus Francis helps Eshenroder with range-of-motion exercises, an important part of Eshenroder's continuing therapy. Right, Eshenroder, works at the computer in his home office.