|Portrait contributed by Paul Wasielewski|
The above is the information on Dr. Frank Wasielewski as of 1909. He went on to become the President of the Johnston Emergency Hospital, on the staff of St. Luke's Hospital, President of the Polish Physicians and Dentists Association, President of the Pulaski Council (a group composed of representatives of various Polish organizations), Chief Examiner of the Polish Association of America, and a Member of the Milwaukee Board of Education. On the personal side, Frank and Felice had a third son in 1912 and named him Eugene.
Relation to Nearest Featured Profile (Hattie Baranowski, Featured Profile #12): brother-in-law.Path From Nearest Featured Profile: Hattie Baranowski > sister, Felecia (Baranowski) Wasielewski > husband, Francis S. Wasielewski
Note: The above excerpt is from Volume 2 of Memoirs of Milwaukee County, edited by Jerome Anthony Watrous, and published by the Western Historical Assoc. in 1909. It contains a large number of similar sketches for other prominent members of the Milwaukee Community at that time, many of them Polish or of Polish descent. We anticipate using many of those here in the Featured Profiles. They contain a wealth of information not available from other sources. However, some of it must be confirmed. In some cases, the information in these profiles conflict not only with official documents but also with itself.
"Arrange Rites for Physician", Milwaukee Journal, February 4, 1937, pg. 8 (on Google New)
Wasielewski, Francis, Jr. in The Pinkowski Files, quoting Who's Who in Polish America