Kathleen Wojcik

Kathleen Wojcik REPRepublican

politician

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Kathleen WojcikREPRepublican politician
85
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23
Years of Experience
ILResidence (state)

Kathleen L. "Kay" Wojcik (née Zorger) (born July 15, 1936) is a former American businesswoman and politician. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Wojcik went to William Rainey Harper College. She was in the real estate business and lived in Schaumburg, Illinois. In 1968, Wojcik served as Schaumburg Township clerk. Wojcik served in the Illinois House of Representatives from 1983 to 2003. Wojcik was appointed to succeed Doris Karpiel in the Senate. Paul Froehlich was appointed to succeed Wojcik in the Illinois House. She then served in the Illinois Senate from 2003 until her retirement in 2005. She was a Republican and served as a central committeewoman on the Illinois Republican Party elected by Republican precinct committeemen from what was then Illinois's 6th congressional district.

Education3 - 3 of 1
William Rainey Harper College
Attended
Past Positions1 - 5 of 5
Senator
Illinois State Senate
2003 - 2005
Representative
Illinois State House of Representatives
1982 - 2003
Clerk
Schaumburg
1968 - 1982
Experience
Small Business Owner
Experience
Real Estate Broker
Other Experience1 - 17 of 17
Experience
Citizen's Council on Women
Experience
Veterans of Foreign Wars Women's Auxiliary
Experience
Sarah's Grove Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution
Experience
Roselle and Hoffman Estates
Experience
Northwest Suburban and Bloomingdale Chambers of Commerce
Experience
Girl Scouts Council
Experience
American Legion
Experience
Boy Scouts of America
Experience
Schaumburg Park Foundation
Experience
Republican Organization of Schaumburg Township
Experience
Illinois Coalition
Past President
Township Clerks of Illinois
Past President
Township Officials of Illinois
Rotary
Past Member
Trustee
Alexian Brothers Medical Center
Experience
Schaumburg Post 2202
Experience
Intergovernmental Cooperation Commission