By Becky Bohrer
JUNEAU — Bill Sheffield, a former Alaska governor whose term in office was roiled by an impeachment proceeding, has died. He was 94.
A statement provided by friends of Sheffield said he died Friday at his home in Anchorage.
John Pugh, a friend who was the state health commissioner under Sheffield and among those who spent time with him before his death, said Sheffield regularly talked about ways to move Alaska forward. He “had all kinds of ideas, even in the last few months as he was really declining, on economic development in Alaska,” Pugh said.
Sheffield, who was governor from 1982
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