LETTER: Langley’s eastern most paper losing respected editor

A local resident offers his congratulations to a retiring Black Press Media editor.

Dear Editor,

Thank you, Kurt… for steering the sloop, The Aldergrove Star, through the perilous seas of “small town” news reporting!

I have always respected you, Frank Buckholz and Bob Groeneveld as three of the best editors in my many years in Langley, and will miss your thoughtful editor’s remarks.

Happy retirement!

Win Bromley, Langley

• Longtime editor Kurt Langmann retires from the Aldergrove Star

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