NJ.com writes that Clifford M. LeMay, variously reported as 56 or 57, died Tuesday morning when he fell from the roof of the Glenpointe building near I-95 in Teaneck.
Although the investigation is ongoing, township police Chief Robert Carney thinks the incident was a tragic accident and not the result of foul play.
Mr. LeMay may have been checking the roof for storm damage. An open question is whether he was blown off the roof by strong winds.
The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office was on scene for many hours investigating the scene.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises owns the office and hotel complex. David Sanzari, the president and CEO of that firm, stated LeMay was an experienced manager and valued coworker.
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