Lee Webber Retiring After 40 Years With Gannett


Guam – Gannett has announced that former PDN Publisher Lee Webber will retire after 40 years with the company.

Webber most recently was the President and Publisher of the Honolulu Advertiser which was purchased in February from Gannett by Pacific Corporation.

U.S. Community Publishing President Bob Dickey said “Lee has had a long and proud career with Gannett and USA Today. He has won many top publishers’ awards, including being named one of Gannett’s top ten publishers several times and earning six Gannett President’s rings. At the same time, his leadership abilities are highly respected and the results of his deep commitment to community involvement, especially in Guam where he spent 32 years with Gannett, will be long-lasting.”

Webber had settled in Hawaii until the publication of the Honolulu advertiser ceased.  He has since returned to Guam.