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So long, Geoff

A few of you have asked what happened to Geoff Lepper. I am sad to say Geoff was a victim of the recent layoffs the Contra Costa Times endured.
Lepper was my colleague and still is my friend. He did great work (especially considering he’s a baseball writer at heart) and he was a pleasure to work with.

Marcus Thompson

  • http://orlando585@aol,com angelo john

    Geoff was a fantastic sport writer, especially whenb it came for words on the Warriors.I will miss his writings. I hope your staying. If you also left, opting-out?, i would truly be sadden. You tell it from the heart, not your keyboard.

    Angelo

  • sad jose

    Good luck Geoff, it was a pleasure reading your articles. I’m sure you’ve got good things in store…

  • commish

    Geoff, best of luck. You are a great writer. Thanks for all you did for us via the Times and blog.

  • Niners in 2009

    Thanks for everything Geoff, the entire Warriors WORLD will miss you.

  • Warrick

    From a warriors comrade to another,

    thanks for the articles Geoff!

  • Vegas Bill

    You will be missed Geoff. You were such an upgrade from Del Grande. Marcus keep up the good work.

    You are great so far!!!

  • JustPuked

    Geoff, you’ll be missed, thanks for giving us your best.

  • EJ

    We’ll miss you, Geoff! I enjoyed all your writings. Good luck to you!

  • Andrew Rosenblum

    Good luck Geoff, and thanks for all of the reporting.

  • Chris Gatling’s headband

    Will the last journalist laid off please turn out the lights in the newsroom…

  • Andy

    You’ve got to be kidding me…great…Geoff was one of the best Warriors beat writers.

  • Scott

    Best of luck to Geoff! I worked five years at the CC Times, and still keep in touch with alot of people there, it’s sad what’s happening to the newspaper industry.