Wendell Ellsworth Hulcher (b. November 3, 1922, d. May 6, 1999) was a businessman, politician, and government bureaucrat. He served as Republican mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan from April 1965 to April 1969.

Hulcher ran as a Republican for mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1965, defeating Democrat Eunice L. Burns, who was attempting to become the city's first female mayor. Hulcher won reelection to the mayor's office in 1967, defeating Democrat and anti-war activist Edward C. Pierce, who would go on to win a mayoral election in 1985. Hulcher decided not to run for a third term in 1969.



Wendell E. Hulcher was Republican mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan serving from 1965 to 1969. He had previously served as a city councilman, 1960-1964. After leaving office in 1969, Hulcher served as deputy director in the US Office of Intergovernmental Relations, 1969 to 1971, and as a staff member of the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. From 1979 until his retirement in 1993, Hulcher was a professor of business and economics at Florida Southern College. Wendell Hulcher died in 1999.

This page is a "seed"

This biography page is a placeholder and may have little to no useful information. You can help Arborwiki by clicking the edit button and adding as much as you can. If you think this article has reached the point where it's grown beyond being a first start, please remove {{deceased-stub}} from the article.