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Michael A. Hobbs
a Delaware County Daily Times obituary
A. Hobbs, 55
Michael A. Hobbs, age 55, died May 16, 2002 at Crozer Chester Medical Center.
He was a reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer and White House correspondent for the Washington Post.
Education: Chester High School (class of 1965), Temple University (journalism degree)
Other employment included: Akron Beacon Journal, Camden Courier Post
Author of the best-selling novel, Outcast: My Journey from the White House to Homelessness
Other awards/honors: Listed in the 1992 edition of Who's Who Among Black Americans; received the Outstanding Pulitzer Award; received a citation from Cleveland chapter of the Society for Professional Journalism for his excellence in journalism.
Parents: Sterling Hobbs of Brookhaven and Lois R. Stovall-Hobbs (d. 1968)
Survivors in addition to his father:
Arrangements by Hunt Irving Funeral Home, Chester Township, PA
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