The career of Los Angeles Times real estate reporter Annette Haddad was remembered Thursday in a story in the paper. Haddad died Wednesday at 46 from cancer.
Jon Thurber writes, “Versatile and engaged, Haddad performed many editing functions in Business over the next nine years, including assignment editor for the airline, tourism, retailing and agriculture beats.
“In reporting on residential real estate, she focused her coverage from a financial perspective looking at market trends, housing economics and home-building companies.
“She loved her assignment, her husband said.
“‘After a long week of work, she thought nothing of spending her weekend covering open houses and loved talking to actual buyers,’ Doggett said.”
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