Harper WoodsJune 18, 2012
Harper Woods city manager dies
By April Lehmbeck
C & G Staff Writer
Harper Woods City Manager James Leidlein died over the weekend at the age of 60.
He had been battling cancer and had been out for the last several months on medical leave from his position as the city’s chief administrator.
The Michigan Municipal League wrote a memorial story, which included Leidlein, for some of the leaders who had died in recent days on its website.
Leidlein had been in public administration for 35 years and had served in a number of other capacities, including as a former trustee for the Michigan Municipal League Board, according to the MML website.
For more on this story, see the July 4 issue of the Advertiser Times.
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