Ken Krawchuk, 64, was born and raised in the Feltonville
section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He
and his wife Roberta have lived in Abington since 1981, a Philadelphia suburb, and have three daughters and three grandchildren (so far). Mr. Krawchuk is an avid whitewater canoeist, year-round backpacker, and railroad enthusiast.
He graduated with honors
from Cardinal Dougherty High School in 1971, and in 1975 received
a B.S. in Physics from St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Additionally, Mr. Krawchuk is a graduate of the Abington Citizens' Police Academy.
Mr. Krawchuk is also a freelance writer and a guest columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper. His first novel, Atlas Snubbed, is a pastiche parody sequel to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. It presents, as fiction, a new political concept:
The Separation of Society and State, which is the central theme of the Krawchuk campaign.
For more biographical information about Ken Krawchuk, please refer to his detailed resume.