Every now and again an obituary of a local figure turns up in the Boston Globe sort of . . . er . . . late.
Previous case in point: Last year’s Globe two-week-late obituary of Joseph A. Sciacca Sr., father of Boston Herald editor in chief Joe Sciacca Jr.
Current case in point: Thursday’s Globe obituary of Monique Doyle Spencer.
Mrs. Spencer, a former business executive who wrote many opinion columns for the Globe and three books after her diagnosis [of metastatic breast cancer], died Nov. 26 at home in Brookline. She was 56.
Not to get technical about it, but that was over a month ago.
She was one of your own, Globeniks. What took you so long?