|Schuette, left, Greenlee, right|
By Brandon Hall
Scott Greenlee, a top aide to Attorney General Bill Schuette, is retiring from the AG's office to return to the private sector.
Greenlee announced the move via Facebook this morning:
"TGIM and Announcement! For three years I have been very fortunate to work in the Executive Division of the Michigan Attorney General's Office for a great friend and mentor, Bill Schuette - and I will always be a part of Team Schuette! That said, in 2016 I will depart the office and my official State of Michigan role to have a sole focus on my company, Greenlee Consulting Services with a couple of corporate clients, some international business opportunities, printing service...s, and I am sure a few other projects in the election year. It has been an absolute honor to work formally with Attorney General Schuette who I have known since 1989, as well as the team of excellent professionals in the Department - so many good people who have become great friends! Most importantly...I plan to still be the starting pitcher on the office's softball team and play in the golf outing #AlwaysOnDuty #LookingForwardToBBQSeason"
Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.
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