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Leonard F. Skonecki

librarian , radio personality , writer

Leonard F. Skonecki, American writer, radio personality, librarian. Recipient Excellence in Media award, American Association Homes and Services for Aging, Washington, 2002. Secretary Fostoria Area History Society, since 1999; chairman Fostoria Area Vistors Business, 2003—2004; charter member Fostoria Rail Preservation Society, since 2004; volunteer Good Shepherd Nursing Home; Member of Son.s of America Legion.

Background

Skonecki, Leonard F. was born on June 10, 1950 in Fostoria, Ohio, United States. Son of Leonard F. and Clara M. (Tomczak) Skonecki.

Education

Bachelor in American Studies, University Toledo, 1974. Master of Arts in Library and Information Service, University Toledo, 1978.

Career

Library. Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments, 1975—1976, Dayton Mental Health Center, 1980—1995. Writer Fostoria (Ohio) Focus, 1996—1998. Library Kaubisch Memorial Public Library., since 1998.

Freelance writer, since 1994. Substitute radio show host Station WFOB, Fostoria, since 2004.

Membership

Secretary Fostoria Area History Society, since 1999. Chairman Fostoria Area Vistors Business, 2003—2004. Charter member Fostoria Rail Preservation Society, since 2004.

Volunteer Good Shepherd Nursing Home. Member of Son.s of America Legion.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, history, baseball, tennis.

Connections

father:
Leonard F. Skonecki

mother:
Clara M. (Tomczak) Skonecki