Paul Conrad (1924 – 2010)
One of the most influential editorial cartoonists to ever put pen to paper, Conrad won three Pultizer Prizes for the cartoons he drew for the Los Angeles Times.Â He was also named in Richard Nixon’s enemy list in 1973, a badge he wore with honor. Here’s my blog post about the death of Paul Conrad.
Eugene Gray Payne, Jr. (1919 – 2010)
Gene drew cartoons for over 20 years at the Charlotte Observer, and won a Pulitzer Prize in 1968.
R.P. Overmeyer (1948 – 2010)
A long-time Cagle.com contributor, R.P. is most well-known as the creator of the weekly cartoon strip Hollywood Dog.
Edward Sparkman (1921 – 2010)
Sparkman drew sports cartoons for the Tampa Tribune for over 40 years and created Bucco Bruce, the winking pirate logo that adorned the football helmets of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 20 seasons.
Frank Interlandi (1925 – 2010)
Frank drew cartoons for the Los Angeles Times for nearly 20 years, sharing the page with Paul Conrad.
Ed Ashley (1922 – 2010)
Ed drew cartoons for the Toledo Blade during the 1970s and 1980s, where he also did advertising layouts and artwork.
Michael Glen Gauldin (1954 – 2010)
Gauldin drew cartoons for the Arkansas Times, and served as Press Secretary for then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton.
Howard Joseph Brodie (1915 – 2010)
Brodie drew sports cartoons for the San Francisco Chronicle, and was a combat artist during WWII, which he spent in the army.
Other editorial cartoonists we lost in 2010:
Chuck Therrien (1924 – 2010)
Therrien drew cartoons for the Curry Coastal Pilot for 15 years during the 1990s and 2000s.
Herman Gutierrez (1924 – 2010)
A commercial artist by trade, Gutierrez sketched daily cartoons to accompany a chosen letter to the editor for the Corpus Christie Caller-Times for 30 years.
Al Cabral (1925 – 2010)
Cabral was a cartoonist and sports illustrator for the Standard Times, who featured his sport germ characters and his comic strip Dr. Pett the Vet.