Auburn Hills Celebrates Paul Landsberg’s Milestone Birthday

The Auburn Hills’ Council Chambers were more tightly packed than usual for last Monday’s City Council Meeting on July 25th.

Family and friends filled the Auburn Hills City Hall Monday evening to celebrate Paul Landsberg’s 100th Birthday.

The Landsberg Family

From 1922 to 2022, Mr. Landsberg has provided enough service to his community to last several lifetimes. Beginning in 1943 until 1946, Mr. Landsberg served his country when he volunteered for submarine service in the United States Navy during World War II. Then, upon retiring in 2001, Mr. Landsberg served his community in Auburn Hills as an active volunteer, serving in organizations like the Optimist Club, Library Board, Tax Abatement Board, and the Tax Increment Finance Authority Board of Directors.

Mayor Kevin McDaniel reads proclamation in recognition of Paul Landsberg’s 100th birthday

The City of Auburn Hills is proud to recognize Paul Landsberg for a life well lived and the many achievements in his life. Please join us in wishing Mr. Landsberg a happy 100th Birthday.

Councilmember Brian Marzolf, Councilmember Eugene Hawkins, Mayor Pro Tem Bob Kittle, Councilmember Henry Knight, Mayor Kevin McDaniel, Paul Landsberg, Councilmember Cheryl Verbeke, Councilmember Tim Carrier, City Manager Tom Tanghe

Andrew Hagge, Management Assistant