Edward S. "Red" Zelazo (May 27, 1924 – March 9, 2008) was a lawyer and state politician in Massachusetts.Early life and education
Edward Zelazo was born in Adams, Massachusetts to the late Stanley and Susanna (Siara)
Zelazo. Zelazo attended schools in Adams during his childhood, and graduated from the former Adams High School in 1942, where he played basketball, football and baseball. Zelazo then entered the military during World War II, serving with the United States Navy aboard a destroyer in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. Upon his honorable discharge, he entered the University of Massachusetts at the Fort Devens branch to pursue his law degree on the GI Bill. He later transferred to the Boston University School of Law, where he graduated in 1951.Professional career
Zelazo returned to Adams after graduating from Boston University, and established his own law practice. He served on the Adams School Committee from 1952 to 1954, and the
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