NEWPORT NEWS — Carol Capó, former opinion editor at the Daily Press and director of the Newport News Public Art Foundation, died Thursday following a lengthy illness with lung cancer. She was 66.
Daily Press Publisher Digby Solomon cited her wit as one of the things he most appreciated about her.
"She had a sharp wit, a courageous pen and a noble heart, and we will miss her," Solomon said Thursday. "Carol spent 10 years on the Daily Press editorial board, finishing her career with us as opinion editor before going on to commission public art for Bobby Freeman's arts organization."
As executive director of the Newport News Public Art...