Edward Koronkiewicz was born in 1954 in Southwest Philadelphia, PA. He lived in St. Mary of Czestochowa Parish where he also attended elementary school. He graduated from West Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys in 1972. After a year as an Aspirant, he joined the Christian Brothers and received his habit in July 1973. He graduated from La Salle College with a B.A. in Secondary Education/Social Studies in 1976 and later earned a Master’s in Educational Administration at Villanova University. He has taught Social Studies at Bishop Walsh High School in Cumberland, MD, Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor, PA, and West Philadelphia Catholic High School. He was also the Disciplinarian and later, Vice-Principal at Archbishop Carroll where he led the transition of the school from co-institutional to co-educational. Before he came to La Salle he spent twelve years at West Catholic. The first year he served as Vice Principal of the Boys School and managed the merger of West Catholic Boys and West Catholic Girls into one school. When the schools were joined he became the Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs. In June 2000, he became the Associate Registrar at La Salle University and remains in that post today. In his free time Brother Ed enjoys cooking, walking, reading, spending time with family, and relaxing at the Christian Brothers house in Ocean City, NJ.
Koronkiewicz, Edward FSC and Behan, John J., "Interview of Edward Koronkiewicz, F.S.C." (2017). All Oral Histories. 113.
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