Joseph L. Wroblewski, of Forty Fort, Pennsylvania, USA, served as president of The International Association of Lions Clubs after his inauguration at the association's 68th Convention held in Dallas, Texas, USA, June 19-22, 1985.
A member of the Ashley Lions Club since 1954, Lion Wroblewski has served as a leader at the club, district, multiple district, and international levels. His leadership roles include: a 100% District Governor Award (1967-68), election to the International Board of Directors (1976-78), appointment to the Association's Long Range Planning Committee (1987-present), appointment as Chairperson of the Lions International Convention Committee (1988-present), appointment as Chairperson of the Coordinating Committee for China Affairs (1997), and Lions Liaison to the United Nations (1987-present).
For his service on behalf of the association, Past President Wroblewski has received numerous awards which include 20 International President's Awards, an Extension Award, Advancement Key Award and the Ambassador of Goodwill Award, the highest honor a Lion can receive. He is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
Active in his community, Past President Wroblewski is a past president of Northeastern Heart Association, past president of Pennsylvania Association of Personnel Services, past president of National Employment Association, past member of the board of directors of the Catholic Youth Center and a member of the Pennsylvania and National Funeral Directors Associations.
Past President Wroblewski is a businessman. He and his wife, Normajean, have four children; Lisa (Paul), Joseph (Genevieve), Eric, and Marla (Bryan); three granddaughters; Gennie, Bryanna, Christa; and four grandsons; Eric, Brett, Matthew and Erik.