|51st Mayor of Ottawa|
|Preceded by||Pierre Benoit|
|Succeeded by||Marion Dewar|
31 December 1933
|Died||30 June 1999
He graduated from Lisgar Collegiate in 1952. He was one of the founding members of Minto Developments Inc., but left the company in 1960. While mayor, Greenberg was a proponent of community-based planning.
He died of heart failure in 1999 at the Ottawa Heart Institute, aged 65.
- "Former mayor Greenberg dies". Ottawa Citizen. 1 July 1999. p. A1.
- Bell, Pat and Adam, Mohammed (1 July 1999). "Ex-mayor loved his city". Ottawa Citizen. p. C1.
- Downey, Donn (6 July 1999). "Ottawa mayor was known for his stunts (Lives Lived: Lorry Greenberg)". The Globe and Mail. p. A19.
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