Anthony Buzz Andrezeski (D49) Erie County (part) 1980-1996
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.
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.
Doukas, O. (Ed.). (1987-1988). The Pennsylvania manual, 108. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 79 and 101.