The City of Mukilteo will be honoring Charlie Pancerzewski during the February 6th City Council Meeting, which begins at 6 PM at City Hall.
Mr. Pancerzewski was one of the most engaged citizens the City of Mukilteo has ever seen. For over 50 years, he attended Council Meetings and provided meaningful insight to the Mayor and City Council. Additionally, he served on the City Council twice, as well as serving on the Board of Adjustments.
At the February 6th City Council Meeting, the City will dedicate a plaque on the public speaker podium in Council Chambers to honor the legacy of Mr. Pancerzewski. The Mayor will also read a proclamation honoring him. All members of the public are invited to attend this memorable Council Meeting.
Mr. Pancerzewski passed away in December from complications of coronary artery disease at the age of 83. The longtime resident was the youngest person in the State of Washington to become a CPA and work as an auditor for many years. He and his wife Gayle lived in Mukilteo for 53 years.