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Norman Wolfe Obituary
Norman Wolfe started out professionally as a journalist at the Daytona Beach News Journal in 1953, but it was public relations that would one day take his name around the world.
After rising through the ranks to become executive editor of the Orlando Sentinel, Wolfe moved to Atlanta in the 1970s and made a career change. He partnered with another former journalist, Bob Cohn, to launch a new public relations firm, Cohn & Wolfe.
More than four decades later, the company is one of the global powerhouse in public relations.
Wolfe, who retired in 1991 and later became known as one of the deans of Atlanta public relations, died Wednesday at Emory Hospital Johns Creek after a lengthy illness. Read the news obituary.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on June 8, 2014
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