Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted by the Washington Post in their obituary for Carl Levin, the six-term Democratic senator from Michigan. He died July 29 in Detroit of lung cancer. In the Post’s words, Levin was “an influential leader on national security and whose intellect and integrity made him one of the most widely respected lawmakers of recent times.” He was also the longest-serving senator in Michigan history.
“Levin today is looking even better in retrospect,” said Thompson. “He was a model of what a legislator was supposed to be. He was a consensus builder; he was intellectual, and he was not reflexively ideological.”
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