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Mayors and Postmasters of Mt. Clemens, Michigan


Mayors of Mt. Clemens, 1879-2009 (may be incomplete!)
Joshua B. Dickinson 1879 George M. Crocker 1879-81 Spencer B. Russell 1881-83 Judson S. Farrar 1883-85 John E. Van Eps 1885-87 George W. Robertson 1887-88 William J. Daley 1888-89 Thomas M. Crocker 1889-91 Andrew Bliss Chapin 1891-92 William C. Tennant 1892-94 Andrew Trew Donaldson 1894-98 W. D. Wilson 1898-99 Reuben C. Ullrich 1899-1901 William F. Berry 1901-02 Martin Crocker 1902-03 Albert A. Parisot 1903-04 John H. Westendorf 1904-06 Varnum J. Bowers 1906-09 Paul J. Ullrich 1909-11 Varnum J. Bowers 1911-12 Duncan B. Hubbard 1912-13 William F. Nank 1913-16 Varnum J. Bowers 1916-17 Albert A. Parisot 1917-18 A. Frank Sarns 1918-23 William M. Streit 1923-31 Charles R. Ullrich 1931-34 Donald R. Westendorf 1934-45 Albert A. Wagner 1945-51 Philip T. Mulligan 1951-55 Harold Lindsey 1955-57 Harry T. Diehl 1957-61 Abraham S. Levine 1961-73 Bert VandeVusse 1973-81 Ada Davis Eisenfeld 1981-85 Jeanne T. Nelson 1985-87 Quinnie E. Cody 1987-99 Harry T. Diehl 1999-2001 Quinnie E. Cody as of 2002 Barb R. Dempsey as of 2007-09

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1880 Apr 5: George M. Crocker (Dem), elected.
  • 1900 Apr 2: Reuben C. Ullrich (Rep), elected.
  • 1902 Apr 7: Martin Crocker (Dem), elected.
  • 1903 Apr 6: Albert A. Parisot (Rep), elected.
  • 1904 Apr 4: John H. Westendorf (Dem), elected.
  • 1906 Apr 2: Varnum J. Bowers (Dem), elected.
  • 1907 Apr 1: Varnum J. Bowers (Dem), elected.
  • 1908 Apr 6: Varnum J. Bowers (Dem), elected.
  • 1910 Apr 10: Paul J. Ullrich (Citizens), elected unopposed.
  • 1912 Apr 1: Duncan B. Hubbard (Rep), elected.
  • 1913 Apr 7: William F. Nank (Rep), elected.
  • 1914 Apr 6: William F. Nank (Rep), elected.
  • 1915 Apr 5: William F. Nank, elected.
  • 1931 Apr 6: Charles R. Ullrich, elected; William M. Streit, defeated.
  • 1933 Mar 6: Charles R. Ullrich, nominated; Robert G. Peltier, nominated; Herman W. Timpf, defeated in primary; A. B. Allen, defeated in primary.
  • 1933 Apr 3: Charles R. Ullrich, elected; Robert G. Peltier, defeated.
  • 1935 Apr 1: Donald R. Westendorf, elected unopposed.
  • 1949 Apr 4: Albert A. Wagner, elected; R. Roy Shook, defeated.
  • 1967 Apr 3: Abraham S. Levine, elected unopposed.
  • 1987 Sep 15: Quinnie E. Cody, nominated; Michael J. Shamaly, nominated; Jeanne T. Nelson, defeated in primary.
  • 1987 Nov 3: Quinnie E. Cody, elected; Michael J. Shamaly, defeated.
  • 1989 Nov 7: Quinnie E. Cody, elected unopposed.
  • 1991 Nov 5: Quinnie E. Cody, elected unopposed.
  • 1993 Nov 2: Quinnie E. Cody, elected unopposed.
  • 1997 Nov 4: Quinnie E. Cody, elected; Salisbury, defeated.
  • 1999 Nov 2: Harry T. Diehl, elected unopposed.
  • 2009 Nov 3: Barb R. Dempsey, elected; Steven Ferdig, defeated.


    Postmasters at Mt. Clemens, 1871-1911 (may be incomplete!)
    James H. Snook as of 1871 George W. Snooks as of 1881 J. Otto as of 1883 F. G. Kendrick as of 1887 William Jenney as of 1891 Edward G. Folsom as of 1901 Frank E. Nellis as of 1911

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