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  McHugh, Connie
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AffiliationRepublican  
 
NameConnie McHugh
Address229-A McClellan St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148, United States
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Born December 08, 1938
Died September 20, 1997 (58 years)
ContributorRBH
Last ModifedMr. Matt
Jan 27, 2012 02:24pm
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InfoConnie Black McHugh
Former Pennsport Civic leader.

From House eulogy...
In 1993 she was named a legislative assistant to Representative John M. Perzel and in 1994 she returned to the court system as a trial commissioner. She began her career as a court crier for the Common Pleas Court in the early 1970s, sewing for nearly twenty years. Her civic involvement gradually led her into politics and she became an ardent campaigner for the late Mayor Frank Rizzo; and WHEREAS, Ms. McHugh will always be remembered for her firebrand leadership in South Philadelphia's Pennsport section. She led the fight in the early 1970s against a planned ramp to Interstate 95 at Front Street and the ramp was eventually redesigned to accommodate the residential area it would have affected. She also helped secure the Ralph Rizzo ice rink; was a founder and board member of the Mummer's Museum; and raised funds for the senior citizens of the community."


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  11/03/1992 PA State House 184 Lost 38.22% (-23.25%)
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