|Name||Alexander Joseph Brunett|
|Date of Birth||January 17, 1934|
|Place of Birth||Michigan|
Alexander Joseph Brunett was born on January 17, 1934 in Michigan. He died on Jan 31, 2020 (age 86). Prelate of the Roman Catholic Church from the United States who held the position of Archbishop of Seattle from 1997 to 2010.
When he was a child, he helped assist his financially suffering family by selling copies of the Detroit Times. In recognition of his efforts to challenge stereotypes held by Jewish people and to bring together the Catholic and Jewish communities, the Temple Beth El bestowed upon him in 1989 the Leo Franklin Award in Human Relations. He is one of thirteen brothers and sisters that he had growing up.