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Former Fed board member Gramlich dies of leukemia at 68
(2007-09-05)
(wgvu) - WASHINGTON (AP) - A University of Michigan educator and former
member of the Federal Reserve board has died.
Edward Gramlich was 68 when he died of leukemia at a Washington
hospice today.
Gramlich was a distinguished economics professor and the former
dean of the School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
President Clinton named him to the seven-member Fed board in
1997.
Gramlich served until August 2005, when he resigned to return to
Michigan. He served as acting provost of the Ann Arbor school in
2005 and 2006.
Gramlich was diagnosed with leukemia after falling ill during a
trip to Africa in March. At the time of his death, Gramlich was a
senior fellow with a Washington think tank.
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