Lombard Resident Hasn't Slowed Much in Six Years
Byline: Sena Krieg
This week marks the beginning of my seventh year writing this column.
To celebrate, I decided to revisit the subjects of my first two columns, Earle and Joy Hoyt and Anna Weselak, as topics for my next two columns. They still live in Lombard and are as active as ever.
Weselak has been a major force in Lombard since she served as president of the Lombard Newcomers Club in the 1970s. Her community involvement from that time includes a majority of Lombard civic- and PTA-oriented organizations. She served many of them as president and was on national boards.
A former teacher, she had learned to put every moment of her life to good use, balancing civic involvement, home and family. As her three children grew up, she added a job.
She had joined the staff of Lombard's Pioneer Child Care Center when I wrote that first article in 1991.
Today she is an entrepreneur.
After Pioneer, she worked for a printing firm, then founded her own home-based business, Weselak & Associates, a corporate training and consulting company presenting seminars on interpersonal relations and communication. …