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Thaddeus M. Buczko

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Thaddeus M. Buczko
Justice of the
Essex County Probate and Family Court[1]
In office
February 4, 1981 – 1996.[1]
Nominated byEdward J. King
19th Massachusetts Auditor[2]
In office
September 24, 1964 – February 1981
GovernorEndicott Peabody
John Volpe
Francis Sargent
Michael Dukakis
Edward J. King
Preceded byThomas J. Buckley
Succeeded byJohn J. Finnegan
Massachusetts House of Representatives
10th[3] Essex District
In office
1959[3] – 1964[2]
Member of the
Salem, Massachusetts[3]
City Council[3]
Personal details
Born (1926-02-23) February 23, 1926 (age 93)[3]
Salem, Massachusetts[3]
Political partyDemocratic[3]
Alma materNorwich University, 1947
Boston University Law School, 1951
AwardsMeritorious Service Medal, 1975, Legion of Merit, 1979, U.S. Army
Military service
AllegianceUnited States of America
Branch/serviceUnited States Navy
RankColonel, Major
Battles/warsWorld War II
Korean War

Thaddeus M. Buczko (born February 23, 1926[3]) is an American politician who served as a Salem, Massachusetts city councillor, a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and as Massachusetts Auditor.[1] Additionally, from 1981-96, Buczko served as a Justice of the Essex County Probate and Family Court; Buczko, retired in 1996.[1]


  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1961-1962 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, p. 110, (1961).
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1967-1968 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, p. 25, (1967).
  • Wierzbianski, Boleslaw.: Who's Who in Polish America 1st Edition 1996-1997, (1996).


  1. ^ a b c d "EX-JUDGE NETS PENSION PAYDAY; Loophole ups yearly benefits by $20G". Boston, MA: Boston Herald. August 15, 2007. p. 6.
  2. ^ a b Pidgeon, Norman L. (1967). "1967-1968 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts". Boston, MA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. p. 25.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Hayden, Irving N. (1961), 1961-1962: Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, p. 110
Political offices
Preceded by
Thomas J. Buckley
19th Massachusetts Auditor
September 24, 1964 –1981
Succeeded by
John J. Finnegan
Legal offices
Preceded by
Justice of the Essex County Probate and Family Court
February 4, 1981 – 1996
Succeeded by

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