1999 - 2000 LEGISLATURE
January 4, 1999 - Introduced by Representative Colon.
AJR1,1,1 1Relating to: the life and public service of Representative Joseph C. Czerwinski.
AJR1,1,32 Whereas, Joseph Czerwinski was born on February 15, 1944, in Milwaukee and
3died on August 14, 1998, in Milwaukee; and
AJR1,1,44 Whereas, he graduated from Boys Tech High School in 1963; and
AJR1,1,65 Whereas, Mr. Czerwinski was elected to the Wisconsin assembly in 1968 at age
624; and
AJR1,1,87 Whereas, during his 12 years in the legislature, Mr. Czerwinski stood
8courageously in favor of open housing and civil rights; and
AJR1,1,119 Whereas, Mr. Czerwinski focused much of his energy in the assembly on health
10care matters, helping to shape state health policy and serving as chairperson of the
11Health and Social Services Committee from 1971 to 1980; and
AJR1,1,1312 Whereas, Mr. Czerwinski was well-respected by his colleagues and maintained
13friendships with them long after he left the legislature in 1980; now, therefore, be it
AJR1,2,2 14Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That the members of the
15legislature of the state of Wisconsin commend Joseph C. Czerwinski's years of

1dedicated public service and extend their condolences to his family and friends; and,
2be it further
AJR1,2,5 3Resolved, That the assembly chief clerk shall provide copies of this joint
4resolution to Mr. Czerwinski's son, Jonah; to his daughter, Meghan; and to his
5brother, Tom.
AJR1,2,66 (End)