Paul Schell, right, high-fives with his brother, the Rev. Joel Schlachtenhaufen, after being sworn in as Seattle mayor in January 1998. Mayor Schell shortened his name from Schlachtenhaufen while working at a Wall Street law firm.
Former Seattle Mayor Paul Schell, a visionary whose single term in office was marked by multiple crises, died Sunday. He was 76.
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