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Anthony J. Szuszczewicz

bank executive

Anthony J. Szuszczewicz, American bank executive. Certified pharmacist, Pennsylvania. Recipient Athletic Appreciation award Northeast Catholic High School, 1995; named Man of Year, Polish Heritage Society Philadelphia, 1989, Man of Year, Polish American String Band, 1999; fellow National Science Foundation, 1961-1962.

Background

Szuszczewicz, Anthony J. was born on November 19, 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Anthony Joseph and Marie Sitko Szuszczewicz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Philadelphia College Pharmacy & Science, 1962. Master of Science in Pharmacy, Philadelphia College Pharmacy & Science, 1964.

Career

President Frank J. Sitko, Inc., Philadelphia, 1971-1998, Fairmount Pharmacy, Inc., Philadelphia, 1990-1996. Vice president Pen Ryn Mansion, Inc., Bensalem, Pennsylvania, since 1994. President Polonia Bank, Huntingdon Valley, since 1995.

Achievements

  • Certified pharmacist, Pennsylvania.

Membership

Treasurer Congressman Robert A. Borski, Philadelphia, since 1988. Member advisory board Frankford Hospital, Philadelphia, 1985-1997. Vice chairman American Center Polish Culture, Washington, since 1994.

Member American Lung Association, Philadelphia, 1996-2000, Northeast Catholic High School Advisory Board, Philadelphia, since 1996, Northeast Young Men’s Christian Association, Philadelphia, since 1998, Nazareth Hospital Foundation, Philadelphia, since 1998. Member American Community Bankers, Pennsylvania Association Community Bankers (chairman legislation committee), Philadelphia Association Retail Druggists, Union League Philadelphia, Torresdale-Frankford Country Club (treasurer), Wildwood Golf and Country Club, Port Richmond Lions Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf.

Connections

Married Mary Ann Schneider, September 14, 1963. Children: Ruth Ann, Donna Marie.

father:
Anthony Joseph

mother:
Marie Sitko Szuszczewicz

spouse:
Mary Ann Schneider

children:
Ruth Ann Szuszczewicz

Donna Marie Szuszczewicz