Roy Levy Williams, a former auto executive who also worked for three Michigan governors, has died at his suburban Detroit home. He was 83.
Williams died Feb. 11 in Grosse Pointe Woods following a brief illness, according to a release from his family.
Williams served as an aide under governors William Milliken and John Engler, both Republicans and Democrat James Blanchard, his family said.
He later started a management consulting firm and spent nearly two decades with the then-Chrysler Corp. where he oversaw community relations.
He also was president and chief executive of the Detroit Urban League and a member of the Detroit Board of Police Commissioners.
Roy Levy Williams Cause Of Death
According to reports, Roy Levy Williams died on Friday at his home in Grosse Pointe Woods after a brief illness, with his family at his bedside.
He is survived by his wife, Patricia, two children; Malik Marc-Levy and Lauren, siblings; Carl and Donna Williams Jackson, and many nieces and nephews.