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Preceded by  Joseph Zazyczny
Name  Joan Krajewski
Resigned  January 2, 2012
Children  Three
Party  Democratic Party
Political party  Democratic
Died  August 29, 2013
Succeeded by  Bobby Henon
Role  Politician

Joan L. Krajewski
Born  May 31, 1934 Port Richmond, Philadelphia (1934-05-31)
Profession  Politician, Union official

Joan L. Krajewski (May 31, 1934 – August 29, 2013) was a Democratic politician and former Councilwoman representing the Sixth District on the City Council of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She defeated Councilman Joseph Zazyczny for the seat, and served on Council from 1980 to 2012. Krajewski was, prior to her election, an active union official who served as President of Local 1660-School Board Employees, District Council 33, and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees’ Union. She was also an investigator for the City Department of Revenue. Krajewski was also the Ward Leader of the 65th Ward Democratic Executive Committee since her election to the position in 1978. Krajewski died on August 29, 2013, after recently being diagnosed with COPD.

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In 2007, Aaron Krolikowski, sketched a day in the life of the Councilwoman. Following her from the City Council chamber to her office. Where she was interviewed by the Inquirer's Jeff Shields.

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Joan L. Krajewski Wikipedia


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