A former Hanford Advisory Board member, Abe Greenberg, 76, died Sunday after wrecking his motorcycle in Prescott, Ariz., according to The Daily Courier.
Greenberg may have had a heart attack, resulting in the accident, said Jim Watts of the Tri-Cities, a friend of Greenberg.
Greenberg served on the Hanford Advisory Board, representing the city of Kennewick, in the late '90s and the early '00s, according to Herald files.
He was a retired manager for Hanford contractors, including Fluor Daniel Hanford, where he was project manager for the transfer of Hanford's 3000 and 1100 areas to the Port of Benton.
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Watts said Greenberg was brought out of Poland during World War II by an uncle, but most of his family perished in Nazi gas chambers.