David Germain named news editor in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (AP) _ David Germain, correspondent in Juneau, Alaska, for two years, has been named news editor for The Associated Press in Milwaukee.
His appointment was announced Thursday by Wisconsin Chief of Bureau T. Lee Hughes.
Germain, 36, joined the AP in Albany, N.Y., in 1988 and was named correspondent in charge of the Buffalo bureau three years later. He became Juneau correspondent in 1995.
Germain grew up in western New York and graduated from Buffalo State College. He worked for the Union-Sun & Journal in Lockport, N.Y., and Business First, a weekly business paper in Buffalo, before joining the AP.
Germain succeeds Noel K. Wilson, who has been named news editor in San Francisco.