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Milwaukee Business Journal reporter dies from heart attack

October 27, 2008

David Doege, a reporter for the Milwaukee Business Journal, died this weekend after suffering a heart attack, according to a story on the paper’s site. He was 53.

The story states, “The 53-year-old Doege joined The Business Journal in January after spending 26 years with the Milwaukee Sentinel and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a courts reporter and in the newspaper’s Waukesha bureau covering the court system and other news.

“He covered small business, technology, law and politics for The Business Journal. He was known by many Milwaukee-area lawyers, judges and court officials from his years of covering the Milwaukee Court Court System.

“‘Dave was a top-notch journalist who worked hard every day to find news,’ said Mark Kass, editor of The Business Journal. ‘He was well-known and respected throughout the community for his reporting abilities and the balance in all of his news stories. He will be missed by everyone at The Business Journal.'”

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