MDCR Mourns Loss of LGBTQ leader Clif Levin

By | 2019-07-10T13:23:54-04:00 July 10th, 2019|Michigan, News|

Lansing—Today Agustin V. Arbulu, Director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, issued the following statement on the passing of Clif Levin, a long time volunteer board member and advocate for LGBTQ rights in Michigan:
“MDCR joins with many LGBTQ residents in mourning the passing of Clif Levin. Clif was a decades-long servant to the community as a leader in Triangle Foundation as well as a relentless volunteer. His energy and passion and quiet leadership through action will be missed.”
Levin spent decades in LGBTQ volunteer work, including as a long time board member of Triangle Foundation, Michigan’s first LGBTQ statewide advocacy organization. He was also active in Grosse Pointe Community Theater.
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