Meet Marie Pyznar: District 4 Candidate for Town Council

Marie Pyznar, 2017 Enfield Republican Candidate for District 4 Town Council.

Marie Pyznar, of 25 Roy Street (860-741-3432; mpyznar@sbcglobal.net), is running to represent District 4 on the Enfield Town Council. Marie graduated from Enfield High School in 1974 and is married and has two children and one grandchild. Marie is an Insurance Agent for Allstate Insurance and has been owned two small businesses in town. Marie is very active in the community as the Founder of Children Helping Children and as a volunteer for the Amy Romano Field Hockey Annual Scrimmage. Marie also serves on the Economic Development Commission and the Finance Committee of St. Patrick’s Church.

“Marie understands the important issues facing our town,” says Mayor Scott Kaupin. “She is will prepared to be part of the town council and provide her experience and enthusiasm for the community. Marie is a strong volunteer and will be a strong voice for District 4 residents.”

Faith, family values and a commitment to Enfield drive Marie Pyznar to serve. Whether helping to bag hunger in support of local food banks or being part of the organization of the Amy Romano Annual Field Hockey tournament, service is a quintessential part of Marie’s character. Amy Romano was an outstanding teacher and a wonderful field hockey coach” says Marie. “She always brought out the best in people. Amy coached my daughter and we both miss her to this day. I am proud to help out with this event in her memory and I will for many years to come.”

Marie Pyznar volunteering for the Amy Romano Annual Field Hockey Tournament.

From 1996 to 2006, Marie was the Chairperson of Children Helping Children, an organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for local children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. “We were able to help with medical bills, or special needs for these children and it warmed my heart to see how Enfield helped so many of these kids who were struggling. I felt it was the least I could do,” said Marie.

Marie Pyznar and Chris Rutledge (Board of Education) helping to bag hunger at ShopRite.

Being on the economic development and revitalization commission Marie found a place for her passion. These are two areas that are her top priorities. “We need to look at the Mall with fresh eyes. When it was built 50+ years ago, it was a new idea that has now run its course. Today the Mall needs some new and invigorating prospects and having been involved with the economic development commission I am confident there are opportunities waiting, ” says Marie.

Maryie Pyznar with her husband and daughter.

To Marie, serving on the Town Council is a natural extension of her life-long commitment to Enfield. “I’ve lived in Enfield my whole life. Raised my children and got involved with their school activities. I had my business here and today the work I do allows me to interact with so many people who are more than customers, but friends. These circles of people have given me an intimate understanding of the needs and concerns of town, ” explains Marie.

Marie Pyznar (left) with fellow Town Council candidates Donna Szewczak (Dist. 3), Lori Unghire (At Large) and Kelly Hemmeler (Dist. 2) at a recent event.

With Marie Pyznar representing District 4 on the Town Council, Enfield will be getting a Councilor who genuinely cares about her community. Marie knows how important family is and sees Enfield as part of her extended family. She is the type of person who residents trust to be in their corner.

On November 7th, the residents of District 4 will have a candidate who has their best interests at heart. Marie Pyznar will be a positive vote for District 4. She is a person who listens, learns, and reacts in a positive and forthright manner. Add her to the rest of the Republican team for Town Council, and Enfield will have one powerhouse of a team to solve the problems we see coming out of Hartford.


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