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Anthony Buzz Andrezeski


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1981 49 Democrat
1982 49 Democrat
1983 49 Democrat
1984 49 Democrat
1985 49 Democrat
1986 49 Democrat
1987 49 Democrat
1988 49 Democrat
1989 49 Democrat
1990 49 Democrat
1991 49 Democrat
1992 49 Democrat
1993 49 Democrat
1994 49 Democrat
1995 49 Democrat
1996 49 Democrat
 Counties   Erie

Biography

11/08/1947 -

Anthony Buzz Andrezeski (D49) Erie County (part) 1980-1996

Early Life: 

Anthony Buzz Andrezeski, born November 8, 1947, city of Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania; son of Anthony F. and Esther Walczak Andrezewski; Gannon University, 1970 (B.A.); Gannon University Master’s degree, Guidance and Counseling, 1974; chaired Erie County Council, 1980; councilman 2nd District, 1978-80; chaired, Erie County Election Board, 1979-80; Democratic Committeeman; vice-chair Bayfront Urban Action League; Erie employment Task Force; Erie Conference on Community Development; board director, Preservation Project of Erie; elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1980-1996; married, Kathleen Knecht, children, Anthony Edward, Jonathan Gabriel, Rachel Marie; married, Daniela Gabor-Andrezeski.

Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:

Member, Saint Peter’s Cathedral Ushers Society; member, East Side Federation of Polish American Societies.  

Pennsylvania Politics:  

Chaired, Erie County Council, 1980.

Councilman, 2nd District, 1978-80; chaired, Erie County Election Board, 1979-80.

Democratic Committeeman; vice-chair, Bayfront Urban Action League; Erie employment Task Force; Erie Conference on Community Development; board director, Preservation Project of Erie;

Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1980-1996; minority chair Aging and Youth Committee; member Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, Finance and Game and Fisheries Committees.  

Cited:

Doukas, O. (Ed.). (1987-1988). The Pennsylvania manual, 108. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 79 and 101.