Matt loved “danged.” He also loved to create pages that popped, featuring headlines that were clever, informative and, often, mini works of art in their own right. So much so, his headlines were judged as best in the state in 2017. We fussed over the pages, the art play, the context, breaking news and a punmanship one-uppance that I was convinced would never end. In the fall, our musings turned to what Matt referred to as the “Killer B’s” – his Ohio State University Buckeyes and Cincinnati Bengals and my Chicago Bears. Sometimes, too, his Ohio University Bobcats. Matt’s practiced politeness would only turn a bit salty when he would refer to the enemies: University of Michigan, Pittsburgh Steelers and anyone else who might best his “Bungles.” Matt’s 53-year life featured a variety of health and personal battles that he shared with his Vindicator family. Just last October he texted me: “Great news chief … clean bill of health … praise God … see ya tomorrow night!” By January, however, he faced new health issues and a lengthy leave. The first sign this was more serious than first imagined was the gradual fall off of our texting.
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Paddock, an entrepreneurial editor, bought the Palatine Enterprise and soon added weekly newspapers in Arlington Heights, Bensenville, Itasca and elsewhere. Through four generations, the company has remained in the family — until now. “I am nostalgic, proud of our company, and optimistic,” said Robert Y. Paddock Jr., executive vice president and vice chairman. “I am happy we have an opportunity through the ESOP to continue Paddock Publications’ commitment. We value journalism, community, and our employees. “Neither my cousin Stu [Stuart R. Paddock III, senior vice president of information technologies] nor I have family members working in the paper. In these days of industry change and consolidation, we think employee ownership can in effect become the fifth generation of Paddock Publications. We think we and management will work to continue the good business and journalistic role we have in our communities, with us being two among many employee stockholders,” he said.
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