Michael Saucier, of Phoenix, writer, news editor, at 46

Obituary of former Boston Herald copy editor Mike Saucier. Courtesy of the family

Boston Herald

Michael P. Saucier, 46, of Phoenix, Ariz., a journalist and public relations consultant, died Nov. 1, at home and with his family by his side, after a short and valiant battle against pancreatic cancer. He was the husband of Fernanda Santos Saucier and father of Flora Santos Saucier.

Mr. Saucier wrote stories for a living. In Phoenix, he was the founder and owner of Soss Communications, a consulting business, and the proud editor of Frontdoors, a magazine that focused on philanthropy.

Prior to moving to Arizona five years ago, Mr. Saucier worked as a press secretary in the administration of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg in New York, as foreign and city editor at The New York Sun, and as a copy editor at TheStreet.com, the Boston Herald and Naples Daily News in Florida.

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