Historical marker on Courthouse Street in Doylestown, PA. (photo by Peter J. Obst)
Casimir A. Sienkiewicz
(1890 - 1974)
economist, banker and executive officer
Prominent economist and banker who emigrated from Poland in 1906. He was an advisor to federal, state and local governments, an active civic and community leader, and he was also a well-known impressionist painter. In 1964, he was named the first chairman of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), one of the largest urban mass transit agencies in the nation. He resided here [on Courthouse Street in Doylestown, PA], 1938-1974.
From: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Marker (2006)