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Stanley Michael Noszka, Sr.


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
1967 38 Democrat
1968 38 Democrat
1969 38 Democrat
1970 38 Democrat
1971 38 Democrat
1972 38 Democrat
1973 38 Democrat
1974 38 Democrat
1975 38 Democrat
1976 38 Democrat
1977 38 Democrat
1978 38 Democrat
 Counties   Allegheny

Biography

09/19/1920 - 11/15/1991

Stanley Michael Noszka, Sr. (D38) Allegheny (Part) County 1967-1978

Early Life:

Stanley Michael Noszka, Sr., born September 19, 1920 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; married, Jozef and Mary Kozubal Noszka; Duquesne University, 1943; ensign, United States Navy, WWII, 1943-1946,  lieutenant junior grade, United States Navy, 1946-1953; married, sons, Stanley Michael “Bub” Noszka Jr., Michael Allen, Daniel Joseph, Jeffrey; daughters, Gloria Hauck Noszka, Diane, Linda, and Nancy Noszka, Ginny Reiner, Amy Ford; died, November 15, 1991 (aged 71) heart attack, Veteran Affairs Hospital, Aspinwall, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; interment, Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Politics:

Secretary, Pittsburgh City Council, personal secretary Pittsburgh Mayors, David L. Lawrence, Joe Barr. 53rd Mayor of Pittsburgh, Joseph M. Barr was once Pennsylvania State Senator Joseph M. Barr 43rd district, Allegheny (Part) County, 1941-1959.

Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 38th district, Allegheny (Part) County 1967-1978.

Legacy:

Inducted Duquesne Sports Hall of Fame, 1971; the 6’1” basketball guard (1940–1943) played, Youngstown Bears, National Basketball League, 1945-1946; Basketball Association of America, Pittsburgh Ironmen, 1946-1947; Boston Celtics, 1947-1948, 1948-1949.

Cited:

Cox, Harold. "Senate Members N"Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.

Stan Noszka NBL stats"basketball-reference.com.

"Stan Noszka NBA stats". basketball-reference.com. 

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Sunday, November 17, 1991, page 22.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Tuesday, November 19, 1991, page 18.