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Michigan State Sen. Marty Knollenberg says his father died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer disease. He died at a memory care facility in Troy, where he lived for 2 and a half years.
Knollenberg exemplified what we should expect from our elected leaders, said longtime Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. every time we had an issue. He was a real friend of Oakland County who represented his constituents well. He will be sorely missed. After getting a bachelor degree and serving in the Army, he started working in insurance and transferred to Michigan.
Knollenberg was elected to Congress in 1992 his first elected office. He had been chairman of the Oakland County Republican Party, a district chairman and president of a local GOP club. Rep. Mike Bishop, the Republican from Rochester. epitomized what it means to be a true public servant. Army and his legacy of community service will forever serve as an example for us.
his sixteen years of service in Congress, Joe worked tirelessly to represent the people of Southeast Michigan, Peters said in a statement. cared deeply about his country and his state, and he remained active in his community even after his service in Congress ended. Joe was a true statesman and a well respected gentleman exactly the kind of person you want to see in public service.