The Detroit Free Press marks the passing of one of Detroit’s leading citizens, who rose from obscurity to serve as president of the Edison Illuminating Company and the Michigan Savings Bank, and who is also known for his many philanthropic deeds. One imagines Peck’s life will continue to inspire a century hence.
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