Ursula Irene Cauffiel (Zulka)

Polish community leader

Born Jan. 18, 1925, Toledo (OH), U.S.; daughter of George and Tekla (Kwasek); married Lowell Cauffiel; children: Lowell, Ursula, John.

Career: co-founder, coordinator, spiritual director, Bedford Polish Culture Club, Temperance (MI), 1976-90; past chairman, Toledo - Poznan (Poland) Sister Cities Organization, board directors member, trustee, Toledo - Poznan Alliance, 1991 -, chairman, Holiday House - Fund Raising for Orphanage in Poznan; vice president, 1994-95, president, 1995 -, Lourdes College Auxiliary, Sylvania (OH).

Author: article in Toledo-Poznan Alliance Newsietter, 1992.

Member of: vice president, Polish American Congress (P.A.C.) Ohio chapter; supporting member, Kosciuszko Foundation; lector, St. Anthony's Church, Bible Study, Temperance; in Toledo - life member, International Institute, supporter of Polish related events, fund raiser, St. Hedwig's Church (board directors member, 1984-85), The Echoes of Polish Folk Song and Dance Ensemble, Toledo Opera Guild, Toledo Symphony League.

Affiliation: Catholic

Languages: English, Polish

Hobby: family

Home: 3231 W. Temperance Rd., Temperance, MI 48182.

From: "Who's Who in Polish America" 1st Edition 1996-1997, Boleslaw Wierzbianski editor; Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, New York, NY, 1996