31-year-old man from Colorado is 11th avalanche death this season. Spring conditions continue to change, Colorado Avalanche Information Center warns.
David has been in journalism since high school and his first published story was in the Bethany (Okla.) Tribune-Review in September 1982.
Most recently, David was the editor at The Aspen Times from 2017 to 2022, and before that spent 17 years at The Denver Post, first working in the sports department then as a deputy city editor with many of the other Sun reporters and editors. Before The Denver Post, David was at the Loveland Reporter-Herald from 1995-2000 as the sports editor. His before-Colorado life includes being born in Detroit and then living in Oklahoma City from fourth-grade through college (University of Oklahoma, class of 1991 and St. Gregory's College, 1987).
He lives in Salida with his wife, who he met at the Daily Oklahoman, and they have two grown children.
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