Not long after Stephen Reed left office in 2010, after 28 years as Harrisburg’s mayor, he disappeared almost completely from the public eye.

There were exceptions to his relative silence—that April, he sat for a three-and-a-half-hour interview for a history project marking the city’s sesquicentennial—but as the months passed, and the city descended into fiscal crisis, he became known as a recluse who rebuffed interview requests and made few public appearances.

Hank Hockeimer represents Stephen Reed.

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