William Michael Edward Mellen (April 6, 1848 – May 14, 1906) was an American physician and politician who served as the fourth Mayor of Chicopee, Massachusetts.
Mellen was born in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Mellen received his medical diploma from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1876.
After he graduated from medical school Mellen practiced medicine in Northampton, Massachusetts for a year, then in Chicopee, Massachusetts from 1878 until his death in May 1906. In 1880 Mellen was admitted as a Fellow of the Massachusetts Medical Society. In 1890 Mellen was chosen a delegate to the Tenth International Medical Congress in Berlin.
In 1883 Mellen married Kate M. Burke of Chicopee, they had one child, a daughter.
Mellen died in Chicopee, Massachusetts of a cerebral hemorrhage, on May 14, 1906.
H. H. Harris
| 4th Mayor
of Chicopee, Massachusetts