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city official

Clyde Cleveland was American city official.


Cleveland, Clyde was born on May 22, 1935 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.


Student, Wayne State University.


Public aid worker City of Detroit, 1958, 60-64. Supervisor community service Mayor's Committee Human Resources Development, Detroit, 1965-1968. Community planner Inner City Business Improvement Forum, 1968-1971.

City councilman City of Detroit, 1974—2001. Retired, 2001.


In modern culture the ability to make decisions and choose the right path in life has extremely high value. But through the faith believers voluntarily surrender to God in love and joy.


Baptist churches should celebrate the racial, cultural and theological diversity witnessed within its membership.


Responsibility for parenting is to encourage social, economic, and religious efforts to maintain and strengthen relationships within families in order that every member may be assisted toward complete personhood.


Delaware Democratic National Convention, 1980. Former vice chair Michigan State Democratic Party. Co-campaign manager Jesse Jackson Victory in Michigan, 1988.

Vice chair Southeastern Michigan Council Governments. Community organization specialist New Detroit, Inc., 1971-1973. Served in the United States Army, Korea.

Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Elks, People's Community & Civic League, Association Study Negro Life & History, Booker T. Washington Business Association, Shriners, Masons.


Married Mary; 1 child.