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Merl Reagle dies at 65; maker of L.A. Times Sunday crossword puzzles
Crossword puzzle creator Merl Reagle, whose Sunday puzzles for the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers were known for their wit, puns and wicked inventiveness, died Saturday in a Tampa, Fla. He was Reagle suddenly took ill Thursday and was rushed to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with acute pancreatitis, said his wife, Marie Haley. He slipped into a coma and did not regain consciousness. Reagle, who liked to work in coffee shops and other public places where he could try out his puns and other wordplay on people, was one of the best known and most beloved crafters of puzzles in the business. He was one of the few people in the field who could make a living entirely on the puzzles in addition to his weekly offerings, he put out several collections in book form. Although his crosswords were far from easy, he steered away from the kind of esoteric terms found just about nowhere but crossword puzzles.
When I was a child, I saw my father come home from work every night, sit down with the newspaper, and do the crossword. I have grown up to be very different from him, but here is one thing on which we agree. Crossword puzzles are the ultimate form of relaxation for someone who enjoys playing with words. My dad was a corporate lawyer, and legalese notwithstanding, his choice of words was crucial in protecting his clients. Writing fiction, as I do, is light years removed from writing a corporate contract.
Merl Reagle If you're a crossword fan, you'll know that Merl Reagle is a famous American crossword constructor. He has been making crossword puzzles since the where he constructed puzzles every Sunday for the San Francisco Chronicle. Reagle was just six years old when he made his first puzzle. At the age of 16 he sold a crosssword puzzle to The New York Times, making him the youngest published New York Times crossword puzzle constructor. One of the editors of New York Times said that Reagle's themes are consistently funnier and fresher than any other puzzle crossword constructor's works. He is one of the greatest puzzle makers with wide open patterns.
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